Sammy Guevara Addresses Reports About His Attitude

Sammy Guevara addresses rumours about his professionalism in AEW

Sammy Guevara and Eddie Kingston made the rounds recently, after it emerged that the pair had a physical confrontation backstage in AEW, with Kingston receiving a suspension for his part in the altercation.

Reports at the time suggested that Guevara had become ‘difficult to work with’ in AEW, and Guevara has responded to these claims, saying the following on his Vlog:

"I just have a couple of things to get off my chest. There's been so much random drama, random stuff that has been said in the past week or so. It's exhausting. It's exhausting to see blatant lies said about me or shade being thrown. I've read so much random to where it's like, 'where are they getting this?' It's just people making up so much stuff. I saw something that said, 'I'm difficult to work with. Not a lot of people want to work with me.' I know it's not true. The problem is, because of the internet, people don't know the difference. When people spread these rumours, regardless if they're true or not, no fact checks. These things are taken as fact. They can affect me. I guess that's why I'm on here now because I'm not going to try to convince people that I'm a good person. People who already have their mind made up of me, they're not going to change their mind. It's insane. What I will say, and that's why I wanted to get on here, you read so much of this stuff, then you start to question yourself, which I did. I start to wonder, am I a piece of s***? Am I this person that everyone is painting me out to be? I was starting to feel pretty down. I do try to do my best to be the best I can. I try to help people when I can, I try to be as nice as possible and respectful to everybody, no matter where they are on the card or what their position is in life, I try to treat everybody the same.

“Last Wednesday I was reading a bunch of s***, and I was starting to feel a little down. Before I left, a guy who was an extra there actually came up to me and he said ‘hey I just wanted to tell you, you were one of the only people who said hi to me today, and it made me feel welcomed’ and he just thanked me for doing that. That made me feel good, man. Little things that people don’t even understand, where it could change someone’s mindset. I was feeling pretty down, feeling like maybe I’m a bad person, then this person comes up to me, tells me this, and it’s like ‘okay, the internet is not real, I know what’s real,' and I’m just gonna keep doing what I’m doing. I’m gonna keep pursuing my destiny, and keep working towards it until I get it.

"Thank you to the people who support me, thank you to the people who are on my side. I know it seems like there is always some drama every-so-often with me. That's what happens when you're chasing greatness. People want to see you do good, but people don't want to see you do great. Thank you to the people who see what's real. Just know, I'm not gonna stop. I appreciate you guys."

Kingston took responsibility and apologised for his actions, and Guevara later released a statement of his own about the incident. Guevara was originally scheduled to face Kingston at AEW All Out 2022 but the match has been pulled.

H/T: Fightful

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