Eddie Kingston does his business on the low.
Eddie Kingston has been a revelation since erupting into AEW back in July 2020 when he answered Cody Rhodes’ open challenge for the TNT Championship.
Since then Kingston has shed more than his fair share of blood, sweat, and tears while earning the love of the AEW fans through his obvious passion for his work. And thankfully for them, Eddie Kingston is going nowhere.
Speaking on AdFreeShows, Kingston revealed that he has already inked a deal to remain with AEW for four more years:
“If you notice, you haven’t heard anything about me with a contract because I did my sh*t on the low. My thing was coming up, I got four more years. I’m straight.
“No one needs to know how much, no one needs to know how long. I got my f*cking sh*t. I got my sh*t and I’m going to be there for a minute because there is nowhere else I want to be.”
Eddie Kingston to live his dream at WrestleDream
Eddie Kingston is the current NJPW STRONG Openweight Champion and recently added the Ring of Honor World Championship to his list of accomplishments when he defeated his hated nemesis Claudio Castagnoli at Dynamite Grand Slam.
Kingston will put both of those championships on the line against Katsuyori Shibata at WrestleDream on October 1st in Seattle.