Sammy Guevara has addressed the backstage drama which seems to have followed him in recent months.
Throughout 2022 Sammy Guevara has been no stranger to controversy. His real life turn on-screen partnership with Tay Melo caught backlash from fans early in the year before the Spanish God became embroiled in a whirlwind of issues with Eddie Kingston.
With the two set to meet at All In, Guevara cut a promo on an episode of Rampage where he branded the Mad King a “fat piece of sh*t.” The promo was cut before the show aired. The comments didn’t sit well with Kingston who believed his rival had gone too far, while he proceeded to have it out with Guevara backstage.
This led to a suspension for Kingston, with the pair eventually making peace and squaring off at AEW Rampage Grand Slam.
Then just to top things off, Guevara has now clashed with Andrade El Idolo. The two men traded insults on social media throughout October 4th after Andrade accused the former TNT Champion of complaining about being hit too hard.
Speaking on the latest edition of his vlog Guevara avoided addressing Andrade directly, but did comment on the constant drama being tiring.
There’s just so much drama that goes on in wrestling, it’s really exhausting,” Sammy continues. “It’s tiring. Seems like every couple of weeks is something I’m minding my own business, on vacation, and then, you know, people want to start drama with me.
It is what it is. It’s the life I signed up for, I suppose. But it’s definitely tiring and maybe I’ll need to go on another vacation next week because… [sighs] stressful. Either way, for the people that actually support me, for the people who watch these vlogs, part of the Vlog Crew, I appreciate you.”
On the upcoming Dynamite anniversary special Sammy Guevara is set to team with Chris Jericho to take on Bryan Danielson and Daniel Garcia.
H/t to Fightful for the transcription.