Kenny Omega lambasts long-standing WWE rule
AEW star Kenny Omega likely criticized WWE’s mixed tag team fighting style in a recent tweet while looking back at one of his best matches. He reminisced about his and Riho’s duel with Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford.
The Cleaner teamed up with Riho to take on Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford in Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea match in 2020. Omega and the AEW Women’s World Champion make their first appearance as The Cleaners. how to be the winner of that match.
The former world champion claimed that the aforementioned match was a superior match of mixed group matches that the company had ever seen. He also notes that the quality of the competition has helped as the traditional “must tag” rule has been dropped.
“Best match in AEW history so far. It helps this be a real match and not the weird ‘must tag out’ rule. Those things suck.”
The former Bullet Club frontman hasn’t participated in any activity since losing to Hangman Adam Page at the Full Gear pay-per-view tournament in 2021.
You can check out the results for last week’s Rampage episode here.
Kenny Omega recently praised Roman Reigns
Omega has interacted with fans on social media and responded to fan comments which stated that WWE Superstar Roman Reigns will not be able to stick with The Cleaner inside Squared Circle.
The former IWGP heavyweight champion was quick to shut them down by saying that The Trible Chief has been WWE’s top man for a while, and if they do have a matchup, it will surprise many.
“I’m sure he can. He’s their top for a reason and works hard to be that guy. I think the match will surprise a lot of people.”
The prospect of Kenny Omega and Roman Reigns having a very interesting matchup. Who is your choice to win this dream match? Let us know in the comments section.
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