Jim Cornette isn’t holding back on the topic of Kenny Omega.
Longtime professional wrestling promoter and personality, Jim Cornette isn’t known to pull any punches when speaking about the current state of pro wrestling, especially All Elite Wrestling.
In case you somehow missed it, Kenny Omega was involved in a physical scuffle with former AEW World Champion, CM Punk as well as his (Omega’s) The Elite stablemates, Matt and Nick Jackson following Punk’s controversial comments about The Elite after the company’s All Out pay-per-view.
When speaking on his ‘Jim Cornette Experience‘ podcast, Cornette questions how involved Omega truly was during the altercation between he, The Young Bucks and Punk:
“Yes, I saw him at a table it looked like he was signing autographs possibly he was on television sitting at this table I don’t know but I’ve seen the enhance, some people were kind enough on Twitter to do the the Telestrator thing where they circle it with a you know a coloured circle so you can see it he’s got a bite on the inside of his left forearm.
A little about halfway in between the the crook of the elbow and the the meat of the inside of the arm which would obviously be the perfect place for somebody to bite you if you were in the process of trying to put a fucking rear choke on him. So I don’t see how he got bit by saving the dog, wouldn’t you need both arms to pick up a dog and carry it to safety from a burning building or a locker room brawl?
The dog didn’t bite him. At least Larry Talbot has not been accused of biting him. So how in the world did Ace Steel manage to get his teeth right there inside Kenny Omega’s forearm? I wonder unless Kenny Omega’s forearm was being wrapped around his head at the time.”
This isn’t the first time that Cornette commented on the infamous AEW All Out brawl, as the outspoke former promoter’s original comments on the spat can be found by clicking here.