Jim Ross impressed by Kingston's performance: I'd love to have called that match

"I'm a big fan of Eddie's passion and his work ethic, so good for him."- Ross said.

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Jim Ross impressed by Kingston's performance: I'd love to have called that match
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In the recent Continental Classic finals, Eddie Kingston faced off against Jon Moxley, and it was a match that got a lot of attention from AEW fans and the wrestling community. Eddie Kingston ended up winning the tournament. What made this match stand out was its psychological aspect, which even caught the attention of Jim Ross. He highlighted how impressive the mind games and strategy were between the wrestlers.

Jim Ross seemed really pleased with Kingston's performance, emphasizing his skills and the direction his career is taking. It's clear that Kingston's win showed everyone how great he is. With this victory, it's likely that bigger opportunities are on the horizon for Kingston in the wrestling world.


"I'd love to have called that match. It just had so much psychology. Sound and believable psychology. I'm a big fan of Eddie's passion and his work ethic, so good for him. ... He's paid his dues more times than not, so I'm happy for Eddie Kingston."-Ross said, as quoted by wrestlinginc.com

Jim Ross on Kingston's qualities

Ross was initially not familiar with Kingston's qualities after joining the company. However, after only a few matches, he realized that this is a great wrestler who has the prospect of doing great things in AEW. The fact is that the AEW leaders have several plans for him in the future, and we have no doubt that Kingston will handle any role.


"I wasn't even aware of [who] Eddie Kingston was until he came to AEW. He had a couple of really good matches to start off his run in AEW. ... So he's in the right place at the right time. Good for Eddie. Let's see where this thing takes us."

Overall, AEW is preparing great things this year. As before, their goal is to impress all wrestling fans and to prepare what no one expects.

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