AEW Champion Kenny Omega spoke about Triple H and the possibility of collaboration between AEW and WWE. He did not put the possibility out of the way if the time ever called for it.
OMEGA SPOKE ABOUT TRIPLE H’S STATEMENT
Speaking to Tom McCarthy of TalkSport, “The Cleaner”, who is one of the Executive Vice Presidents of All Elite Wrestling (AEW) was asked if Triple H’s statement of being open to work with other promotions was honest enough. To it, Omega’s answer hinted towards the affirmative.
He said that when he spoke to Triple H, he felt that the WWE icon understood much of his thought process and the idea of unifying different promotions of pro wrestling in some way or the other.
“People change from day-to-day. You could have a bad day and completely change your mind on a topic. But from when I did speak at length with Triple H, it really felt like he understood a lot of my thought process and not only was I looking to unite and unify the world of professional wrestling and all of that, but he definitely got it,” he said.
HE UNDERSTOOD WWE’S WAY OF THINKING AS WELL
Omega added by stating that he understood WWE’s process as well. His belief said that there was no true right or wrong in the world of pro wrestling. If fans enjoyed a way more than the other, then that automatically became the correct way.
He reminded everyone of the fact that when he was not suited up for a meeting, he did not have to check day-to-day details of management, as he, the reigning World Champion of the promotion, was a performer as any other.
HE ADMITTED THAT TRIPLE H’S STATEMENT WAS PROBABLY HONEST
Omega admitted that Triple H had the same intention as he had: making fans happy through the art of pro wrestling. Thus, if he stated about such a possibility, it might very well be a honest statement.
“So, when he does say things like he’s ‘open for business,’ I do think if there is a situation which could maybe eliminate some of the worries and fears from the other people that have a say in making these things happen, I do see it being a reality,” he said.