Kenny Omega knows a WWE alternative is a good thing for wrestling.
Much has been made about Omega's next move as his NJPW contract is set to expire in January 2019. Many expect WWE to throw a big offer his way when his contract is up. But if Omega's comments leading up to and after All In are any indication, a move to WWE isn't currently on his mind.
“Fans, wrestlers, and even the general public have been conditioned to believe that there’s an enormous skill gap between WWE and everyone else,” Omega told Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated. “A major league and a minor league. It’s either you’re there or you’re just not good enough. While it’s true their collection of talent is undeniable, a small group of us have bet on ourselves and on the unique alternative vision we have for pro wrestling. What they can offer in flash, we can offer in substance. While their writers produce TV for a certain demographic, we’re producing stories for fans that want something a little different.”
Previously Omega stated that wrestlers "can have their best years without WWE" and that "alternatives can be just as good."
All In proved to be a massive success this past Saturday, selling out the Sears Center with 11,263 fans. Cody and The Young Bucks have openly shared their passion to continue down the path they've blazed with All In. Cody has said that whatever move the Bullet Club makes next, they will make together.