Eddie Kingston’s Response to AEW Talent Reductions, Skye Blue’s Journey in Wrestling, and Averno’s Involvement with MLW

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Major League Wrestling has announced that CMLL wrestler Averno will appear at MLW ‘Azteca Lucha’ in Chicago, IL on May 11.

In a recent appearance on the “Kicking Out” podcast, Skye Blue revealed what inspired her to become a pro wrestler. She said,

So my parents have been wrestling fans their whole lives, so I kind of grew up with it on in the house and I remember watching, I’m pretty sure it was a hardcore match one day, and I was like, ‘hey mom, I’m gonna do that.’ And she was like, ‘no you’re not’, and i was like, ‘okay, watch me’ and here we are. So I kind of just wanted to prove her wrong, and I fell in love with wrestling. So I’ve been wrestling since 2017. I debuted, and, yeah, so here we are.”

As we previously reported here on eWn, AEW released ten wrestlers on Monday including Parker Boudreaux, Anthony Henry, Stu Grayson, Dasha Kuret, and The Boys.

In a recent appearance on the “Unlikely” podcast, ROH World Champion Eddie Kingston reacted to the talent cuts. He said,

You know what I’m more concerned about, I’m not going to front, are the people that lost their jobs. Honestly, that’s what I’m more worried about. I’m more worried about Dasha and Anthony Henry and Stu Grayson. Sorry if I didn’t mention your name, no disrespect, but I’m more worried about them. My heart goes out to them. I know how it feels to lose a job. A job. Wrestling or not, it’s still a job. That’s how you feed yourself and your family. My heart goes out to them. That’s what I’m more concerned about than what Phil said. The people that got let go did work for us and now they have to find another way to make ends meet. That’s what concerns me more. Whether I knew them, because some I knew very well, some I didn’t. Still, my heart goes out to them. I’m not saying it’s right or wrong, it’s the business. People get hired and fired daily. It’s part of it. Still, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t leave me heartbroken that some of the people like Dasha, that I won’t see every week, who I love seeing every week, who put a smile on my face every week I saw her. That’s what I’m more concerned about. I care about that more.”

Major League Wrestling (MLW) has recently announced that CMLL wrestler Averno will be making an appearance at MLW ‘Azteca Lucha’ in Chicago on May 11. This exciting news has generated a lot of buzz among wrestling fans, as Averno is known for his impressive skills and captivating performances in the ring.

Averno, whose real name is Renato Ruíz Cortes, is a Mexican professional wrestler who has gained recognition for his time in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). He has been a prominent figure in the Mexican wrestling scene for many years and has built a strong fan base with his unique style and charisma.

MLW’s decision to bring Averno to their event in Chicago showcases their commitment to providing fans with top-tier talent from around the world. Averno’s presence will undoubtedly add an extra level of excitement and anticipation to the already stacked card of ‘Azteca Lucha’.

In addition to the announcement of Averno’s appearance, there have been recent developments in the world of professional wrestling that have sparked conversations among fans and industry insiders. One such development is the release of ten wrestlers from All Elite Wrestling (AEW), including Parker Boudreaux, Anthony Henry, Stu Grayson, Dasha Kuret, and The Boys.

These releases have not gone unnoticed, and many wrestlers have expressed their concerns and support for those who have lost their jobs. Eddie Kingston, the current ROH World Champion, recently shared his thoughts on the talent cuts during an appearance on the “Unlikely” podcast.

Kingston expressed his worry and empathy for the wrestlers who were let go, emphasizing that losing a job, regardless of the industry, is a difficult experience that affects one’s livelihood and their ability to provide for themselves and their families. He specifically mentioned Dasha Kuret, expressing his admiration for her and how her absence will be felt in the wrestling community.

Kingston’s heartfelt response highlights the camaraderie and support that exists within the wrestling industry. Despite the competitive nature of the business, wrestlers understand the challenges and uncertainties that come with the job and are quick to show compassion and solidarity when their colleagues face adversity.

The wrestling world is constantly evolving, with promotions like MLW and AEW making headlines with their talent acquisitions and releases. These developments not only shape the landscape of professional wrestling but also serve as a reminder of the dedication and passion that wrestlers bring to their craft.

As fans eagerly await MLW ‘Azteca Lucha’ in Chicago on May 11, the addition of Averno to the event promises an unforgettable night of high-flying action and intense rivalries. Meanwhile, the wrestling community continues to rally around those affected by recent releases, demonstrating the resilience and unity that defines this beloved sport.