Eddie Kingston Blames His Loss To Miro At AEW All Out On His Decision To Go For A Piledriiver

Go with what you know, says Eddie Kingston.

Eddie Kingston kicked off the historic AEW All Out 2021 event with his attempt to wrestle away the TNT Championship from Miro. While he was ultimately unsuccessful, there were some who believed that the referee could be to blame as Bryce Remsburg was in the wrong position and did not see Miro low blow Eddie Kingston before securing the victory.

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Taking to Twitter almost a week later, Eddie Kingston is saying that it is not the referees fault. Rather, it is his own fault for attempting to go for a piledriver, some thing he says he has only done once in his entire career.

Kingston and Miro both cut promos on each other on the dynamite following the pay-per-view indicating that this rivalry is not yet finished.

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