Ultimate Wrestling Q&A: AEW Women’s Division, Eddie Kingston, The Crockett Cup & More

Tossing Salt Presents:
Ultimate Wrestling Q&A

AEW Women’s Division, Eddie Kingston, The Crockett Cup & More
March 9, 2022

With more turns than the Big Show, it’s the Ultimate Wrestling Q&A. Let’s do this.

Do you think the new Mox, Danielson, and Regal stable will lead to a Kingston feud? I could see that being a great path to Mox proving himself to Regal further.

Based on what was shown on AEW Dynamite last night, I don’t think we’ll be seeing Kingston interacting with The Regal Elite Squad anytime soon. Eddie, Santana & Ortiz will be dealing with the newly formed Chris Jericho faction, the Jericho Appreciation Society, consisting of Jericho, Jake Hager, 2point0, and Daniel Garcia instead.

What are your thoughts on how AEW can improve the attention/push for their women’s division?

Allow other women besides Britt Baker and Jade Cargill to be developed and pushed as strong characters, plus maybe add a few more experienced women to the AEW roster, such as Taya Valkyrie, Chelsea Green, and Tessa Blanchard if possible. AEW has bodies, but to be honest, most are not very good and need experience and a chance to build their characters to mean something. WWE may suck when booking the Women’s Roster sometimes, but you at least know who everyone is. With AEW, that isn’t always the case and it matters.

If you could book one horrible storyline to make it better, which one would it be?

Here’s an easy one, The Anonymous Raw General Manager was revealed to be Hornswoggle. There was no explanation given and it just really sucked as just to way to say, “It’s over” rather than have a payoff. So how about instead of Hornswoggle being used, how about if the revelation was former WCW manager turned WWE Diva Terri Runnels. Terri could come out to reveal that she learned about hacking while in WCW as Alexandria York, and on a whim, decided to one day hack into the WWE system. It was so easy and she just started having fun with it. Vince and WWE tracked her down and asked her to stay on as the Anonymous GM. She did it as a favor for Vince to shake things up. Then, long story short, Terri Runnels is the new RAW GM for a bit and the whole Anonymous Raw GM bit comes to an end. Not a great ending, but better than what we got, right?

Who do you think should be the one to beat Jade for the TBS Championship?

Former Impact Champion Tessa Blanchard, managed by her father, the now-former manager of FTR, Tully Blanchard. Bring her in, let her daddy manage her, and bring some strong talent to the division. Works for me.

Who are the top 3 talkers in the business at the moment?

At the moment, Paul Heyman, CM Punk, and William Regal.

Would you rather fight two Rey Mysterio-sized Great Khalis or one Great Khali-sized Rey Mysterio?

If I had to fight them, the two Rey-sized Khalis. Except for the size thing, Khali wasn’t really all that and a good steel chair or a run-in by my bro-son could take out two mini-me versions. Rey, at any size, would be a threat and a fight. Khali, not really so much.

Just wondering who your pick is to win the Crockett Cup this year?

Them boys, the Briscoes.

Do you think Eddie Kingston should be given a title run (either tag team or TNT championship) in the future and if so, how do we get there?

Honestly, I don’t see Kingston as a champion, especially not in AEW where there are so few actual titles to go after. If Kingston was to team with Santana and Ortiz to win a Trios Tag Team Title, that would be acceptable and cool, but other than that, I just don’t see it.

And there you go. My thanks for reading. Comments, thoughts, and any questions you may have are welcome and appreciated. Until the next time, take care and be safe. I’ll see you at the Gorilla position.


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