Mick Foley took to his social media to comment on the controversial ending to Sunday's AEW Revolution pay-per-view.
He believes that AEW should have admittedd that the "explosion" didn't go to plan.
SAD BUT TRUE!
I should know...I've been there when the ring that was supposed to EXPLODE at the King of the Death Match tournament in 1995 underperformed in a similar manner. I feel genuinely bad for Omega and Moxley, who worked their butts off and put their bodies on the line - and for Eddie Kingston, whose act of selflessness in saving Moxley was obviously not the powerful image it could have been.
I do think AEW should have cut their losses and just admitted that things did not go like they hoped, with the promise that they would do better the next time. I am not sure blaming Kenny Omega's carpentry skills and questionable demolition expertise was the right way to go.
Let me know what you think.
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