Eddie Kingston Questioning Decision To "Quit" AEW

Eddie Kingston moved from AEW to ROH last week

Eddie Kingston has been questioning his decision to quit All Elite Wrestling and make the jump to Ring of Honor. 

The Mad King tweeted: "Did I do the right thing leaving did I always do what I always do and self implode. Is ROH the right thing, time will tell. People are turning on me again. Munkey, Ruby, Penta Mox all have turned I must move forward."

Kingston then posted lyrics from Busy Bein' Born by Middle Class Rut, writing: "Maybe I sacrifice to feel like I'm alive. Penniless, it's all the same. At least I'll die with a name."

Kingston quit All Elite Wrestling in storyline in a social media video following last week's episode of AEW Dynamite. The decision came after Kingston had brawled with former friend Ortiz to begin the Face of the Revolution Ladder Match. Kingston had expressed his unhappiness with AEW management in recent weeks too. 

Following his storyline exit, Kingston showed up on ROH TV on Thursday, March 2. He looks set to challenge Claudio Castagnoli for the ROH World Championship at Supercard of Honor. 

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