Eddie Kingston: I'd Go Back To ROH To Help Out Homicide

Throughout the 2000s, Eddie Kingston had an on-and-off relationship with Ring of Honor.

Kingston hasn't wrestled for ROH since 2014, working a handful of matches alongside Homicide as Outlaw Inc. He and Homicide had a bitter battle against reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O'Reilly) to close 2013, culminating at Final Battle in an ROH Tag Team Title bout.

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Appearing on a Pro Wrestling Junkies Q&A, Kingston discussed his team with Homicide in ROH and working against Fish & O'Reilly.

"Me and Homicide got to Ring of Honor, they asked us what we wanted to do and of course, we have the same attitude and if we're going to do something, it might as well be for a championship or getting a title shot. We didn't get along with Bobby and Kyle, surprise, we don't get along with other people. They know that and they don't like us either. God bless them, I'm happy for both of them and don't want to knock anybody's hustle. Competition is competition. We had the match, it was fun. I didn't like it and then we got suspended. What happened was, we went through the audience like we were supposed to and a couple of audience members decided to throw beer on us. We should have kept our cool and been more professional, I won't say that we were incident. Things got hairy, we hit people and threw things at them. We were suspended, came back, and were let go. We were never under contract, so it wasn't like they had to keep us there. We didn't want to sign contracts anyway at that time. I have nothing but love for Ring of Honor. When I broke in, it was the place to be. I'm happy for them now. Homicide is back there. It's all about a forbidden door, if I could, I would go back over there and help Homicide out," he said.

Kingston is always very complimentary of Homicide in interviews, previously calling him the King of New York.

The duo most recently teamed on television in the National Wrestling Alliance prior to the pandemic and Kingston signing with AEW.

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