AEW Full Gear Results: Kingston emotional after Akiyama’s dream match
Eddie Kingston’s dream weekend continues tonight (Nov. 19). “Zero Hour” pre-show For AEW Full gear. AD has been to talk about something Taking on one of his heroes, Jun Akiyama – a key player in All Japan Pro-Wrestling in the 1990s, where Kings Road Style Kingston Reverse was perfected for many years.
last night riotHe and Ortiz lost to Akiyama and The just signed Konsuke Takeshita. Tony Khan gave Eddie the singles match he wanted before the PPV, and the two men delivered a good match with an emotional finish as the Mad King survived the best the veteran had to offer, delivering his backfist finisher twice for the win.
The Yonkers native was emotional, making it clear how much the moment meant to him. He and Akiyama exchanged gestures of respect.
Kingston then received a time check and thanked the fans, Akiyama and the Japanese stars who inspired him to become a pro wrestler. He also gave the best PPV sales I’ve ever heard:
“It’s 7:53 and 40 seconds. Order the goddamn PPV.”
Love yes, Ed.
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