Dax Harwood loves all you people.
After putting on an excellent match with Adam Cole in a Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Quarterfinal match on this past Wednesday's Dynamite, Dax Harwood received a standing ovation from the Long Island crowd for his valiant performance that left him just short of a victory.
In a new Twitter video, Harwood expressed gratitude for the ovation and talked about people still loving him despite his many "flaws".
After my match with Adam Cole on Wednesday night, Long Island decided to give me a standing ovation. I’ve never felt anything like that in my career.— Uncle Dax FTR (@DaxFTR) May 13, 2022
Y’all made all this happen. Not some kind of “push”. Not a “turn”. It was y’all. The appreciation you’ve shown isn’t unnoticed. pic.twitter.com/AkxqHdifqH
Despite losing to Cole in the first round, Harwood remained positive about his situation in AEW going forward, citing that he wouldn't give up on the fans.
In the past, Harwood has documented his struggles with depression, anxiety and body dysmorphia. Wrestlers across the world have began to be more open about these sensitive subjects, as mental health becomes one of the most important topics in the world.
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