Following a monumental Blood & Guts Match that left fans in awe, AEW Dynamite's aftermath triggered speculation surrounding Kenny Omega's wrestling future. The highly anticipated event occurred in Boston, centering on a spectacular showdown involving ten wrestlers battling inside two rings with a colossal cage enveloping them.
The Golden Elite, a formidable team comprising Kenny Omega, "Hangman" Adam Page, and The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) alongside Kota Ibushi, emerged victorious against the Blackpool Combat Club's formidable lineup, which included Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta, with Pac and Konosuke Takeshita joining forces.
Unexpectedly, Pac and Takeshita betrayed their team, walking out on the match and stirring up further drama. Pac's altercation with Claudio Castagnoli laid the groundwork for an upcoming ROH World Title match against him at the ROH Death Before Dishonor PPV.
With the situation escalating, Page choked out Yuta with a chain while Moxley, unwilling to see his teammate suffer, surrendered.
Kenny Omega's Intriguing Post-Show Promo
Post-show, Kenny Omega delivered a compelling promo that became the talk of the wrestling world.
He expressed his respect for the Blackpool Combat Club, signaling a potential continuation of their feud or a possible reconciliation through a handshake. Notably, Omega also showered praise on Bryan Danielson, acknowledging his sacrifices for the company and the industry, and highlighted Kota Ibushi's arduous journey to be present in Boston.
A pivotal moment he has arrived during the handshake between all involved parties as Omega made a significant statement. He admitted not anticipating such a reunion but firmly asserted that as long as he remains an active performer, he will go wherever The Young Bucks lead—hinting at the possibility of them all being free agents by year's end.
However, it's worth noting that there's an air of uncertainty surrounding The Elite's contractual situation with AEW, as negotiations for new deals are still pending. Despite the speculation, the consensus leaned toward The Elite staying put in AEW.
Omega's proclamation that Ibushi would return to AEW reinforced this sentiment, suggesting that the group would remain united until the end of the year, regardless of their contractual status. With the electrifying Blood & Guts behind them, all eyes now turn to the next major AEW event, All In, set to take place at the illustrious Wembley Stadium in London, England, with a staggering 70,000+ fans in attendance.
There's no doubt that Kenny Omega and The Elite will play a pivotal role in this monumental spectacle, potentially unveiling the next chapter of their enthralling journey in professional wrestling.