Jim Ross On AEW Worlds End: It Seems Like AEW Is Resetting The Table, I Think That's Smart

Jim Ross shares his belief that AEW somewhat restarted at AEW Worlds End.

AEW began a new era at AEW Worlds End, as Samoa Joe won the world title. Elsewhere on the show, Eddie Kingston defeated Jon Moxley to win the AEW Continental Classic and the Continental Crown Championship.

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Speaking on Grilling JR, Jim Ross commented on Eddie Kingston's win at AEW Worlds End.

“I would have loved to have called that match because it just had so much psychology. I’m a big fan of Eddie’s passion and his work ethic. So good for him, congratulations to Eddie. He’s paid his dues more times than not. So I’m happy for Eddie Kingston. This maybe speaks to my ignorance, I wasn’t even aware of who Eddie Kingston was until he came to AEW. I know he’d had great career on the indies and stuff, and sometimes we don’t have the opportunity to see the results of those indie shows. They’re just not distributed…they’re better now because of streaming and things of that nature. But I wasn’t really aware of Eddie’s body of work, and then when he came in, he had a couple of really good matches to start off his run in AEW, and so he’s right place, right time. Good for Eddie. Let’s see where this thing takes us. Should be a fun little ride, no doubt. He’s just gonna always give you the great passion, no bullshit. I think he’s absolutely a gem of a find, frankly. He’s not an overnight sensation, obviously, but he certainly is deserving of an advancement. Hopefully, he’s gonna do well," Ross said.

Ross continued by noting that he felt like AEW was somewhat resetting the table or restarting. He stated that he thought this approach was smart, as the company was giving its stars new roles. Ross made it clear that he believed it was exciting, and he was happy to be a part of it.

"It’s interesting. It seems like AEW is kind of resetting the table, restarting, so to speak, maybe, and I think that’s smart. I think that’s a good deal. Give everybody a different jersey and give everybody a different role. Let’s just hope they all live up to the hype and role, and it seems like we are. It’s exciting to be a part of it, and I’m happy to be a part of it," Ross said.

Click here to see what Jim Ross had to say about Samoa Joe's title win at AEW Worlds End.

Eddie Kingston has expressed his interest in competing on the January 10 episode of AEW Dynamite. Check out his comments here.

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