Kenny Omega Tells Tony Khan To “Stop Letting The Inmates Run The Asylum”

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After another assault by the Blackpool Combat Club, Kenny Omega has reached his breaking point.

In the main event of the April 26th episode of Dynamite, Omega teamed with Konosuke Takeshita to defeat The Butcher and The Blade. However, after the match things went quickly downhill for The Elite.

Bryan Danielson came to the stage and tried to get Takeshita to join the BCC. This paved the way for the group to jump Omega and Takeshita from behind before the Young Bucks ran in. As Danielson urged Takeshita to help Jon Moxley, the Japanese star stopped Omega from using a screwdriver on the former World Champion. With Takeshita conflicted the BCC stood tall alongside him, but he refused to stand with them.

Yuta hit Takeshita with a low blow before Moxley attacked him with a screwdriver as the show went off the air.

Addressing fans, the BCC, and Tony Khan after the show ended, a fired-up Kenny Omega said it was time to stop running and start fighting. He seemed to hint that a Blood and Guts match might be the only way to end the rivalry.

“You’re really entertained, aren’t you? This is what you wanted, isn’t it? Get your pound of flesh, run away with your tail between your legs. How about we make a deal?

Hey Tony, instead of letting the inmates run the asylum for a change, how about you lock these guys where they can’t run, where they can’t hide, and you take on me? You want to see how tough I can be? You think we’re just kids, huh? You think we can’t fight? You think we can just wrestle? I’ll show you. Hope you’re listening, Tony. This is far from over. You hear me? This is far from over. Moxley, no more running, no more hiding. No more. Goodbye, goodnight,”

Another Major Rival Could Soon Confront Kenny Omega

The heated rivalry between Kenny Omega and Will Ospreay is no secret, and it also appears that it’s far from over.

After winning the 1PW World Heavyweight Championship, Ospreay posed with his newly won gold writing that “I’m a war that you’ll never win.” In response, Don Callis shared a photo of himself celebrating with Omega after the AEW had defeated Ospreay at Wrestle Kingdom 17.

Unsurprisingly, the British star didn’t take the slight lying down, branding Callis a “d*ckhead,” warning that the war isn’t over.

H/t to Fightful