Former IMPACT And NWA Star Eddie Kingston Signs With ALL ELITE WRESTLING
Following his unforgettable debut against Cody for the TNT Championship several weeks ago, former Impact Wrestling and NWA star Eddie Kingston has officially been signed to All Elite Wrestling. Check it out!
Eddie Kingston has officially been signed to AEW.
Following his star making debut against Cody several weeks ago on Dynamite, AEW confirms that the 18-year veteran is now apart of the All Elite Wrestling roster.
Kingston was a top independent talent who competed in nearly every big named promotion such as NWA, EVOLVE, All American Wrestling, and Ring of Honor. Known for his hardcore/brawler style, the New York native has been competing inside the squared circle since 2002.
Kingston is mostly remembered by fans from his time in Impact Wrestling. Originally, the 38-year-old made his debut in 2016 alongside Bram and former TNA World Heavyweight Champion James Storm as a member of The Death Crew Council. The faction was short-lived, and Kingston disappeared from Impact television for a bit.
He made his return to Impact television as King, a new member alongside Santana and Ortiz of the previously named LAX. In arguably one of the best feuds of 2018, King turned on his fellow crew members and sided with Hernandez and Homicide to form The OGz. Following their loss to LAX at Bound For Glory 2018, Kingston disappeared from Impact television and was released later on. Since then, he’s been mainly working for EVOLVE and NWA.