Eddie Kingston isn’t afraid to share his thoughts and feelings about real-life situations and his depression, anxiety and overall mental health, boldly sharing his story with “The Players Tribune” since signing with AEW. Huh. There are critics, both fans and wrestlers alike, who believe that the past wrestling generation is tougher than the current generation that has taken over the pro wrestling business. Kingston defends the current generation of wrestlers against those who don’t believe they are tough.
“At the time they were taking more risks; they were working a lot harder outside of wrestling,” Kingston said.blind“Being in business at age 20, I grabbed the tail end of that stuff. Our generation has now left all that behind and the generation after me and the generation after me. We see stories. We saw all our favorites pass away very early in our lives. We’ve all lost a bunch of friends in business because they decided to go a certain route.”
“You can hear things like, ‘This generation isn’t tough,'” Kingston continued. “If you think so, meet me. But, because why? Because we don’t go and smell anything? Why? Because we don’t have to carry guns to defend ourselves that we’re not tough, or Just because we would prefer to hang out with our friends and be safe and play a video game instead of going to a bar and trying to start a fight? I mean, things have to change because it wasn’t working before because we There are so many great lost people who, honestly, are still getting their flowers today.”
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