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Kenny Omega Responds To A Fan Saying He Shouldn’t Be AEW World Champion Because He’s An AEW EVP

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• Kenny Omega Responds To A Fan Saying He Shouldn’t Be AEW World Champion Because He’s An AEW EVP

On this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite “Winter Is Coming”, Kenny Omega defeated Jon Moxley in the main event to win the AEW World Championship.

Omega hit Moxley in the head with a microphone during the match when Moxley was distracted by Impact Wrestling EVP Don Callis.

After the match, Don Callis announced that Omega will appear on next week’s episode of Impact Wrestling to explain everything.

A fan took to Twitter to complain that Omega shouldn’t be the AEW World Champion since he’s an EVP in the company.

Here’s what the fan posted:

“Hold up

Can someone tell me why The EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF AEW @KennyOmegamanX is AEW World Champion?

If this was Triple H people would be in an uproar

But Because its @AEW they are allowed to get away with it? Hell No”

Omega replied the following to this fan:

“You’ve got it all wrong. I’m just a lowly Executive Best Wrestler of all time. That’s kinda why I win everything everywhere. That’s how life works.”

The fan then tried to explain his point again:

“My Point is if you’re someone in power you should not be world champion”

Omega then gave a heel-ish reply:

“The only power I have is to make you cry.”

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