He's known as the "King of Diamonds". He is the "Last of a Dying Breed". He's made his name across the Northeast and the Midwest, and he's not planning on stopping there. His name is Eddie Kingston, and this Thursday, he gives an interview like none other, on RadioDDT, on XND Radio.
Kingston holds no punches in this extended interview, speaking his mind on the world of wrestling, with absolutely no limits. Learn more about the wild card out of Yonkers, along with his uncensored thoughts on Chris Hero -- a man whose drawn tensions with Kingston over four different promotions -- as well as the current CZW-ROH feud. Find out what he thinks of different styles of wrestling, from strong style to lucha libre to deathmatches. Find out what it was like to train under Mike Quackenbush, and how that helped him adapt to all of the above styles. Hear his thoughts on the internet -- the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Eddie Kingston joins hosts Ape Boy and Michael Z this Thursday, March 9th, on RadioDDT on XND Radio at our regular weekly time of 10PM EST, right after the on RocketBusta Radio replay. Kingston will discuss all of this and much more. If you have never heard Eddie Kingston speak -- or if you HAVE had the pleasure of hearing him tell a story -- this is a must-hear interview for you.
Catch it live on Thursday, March 9th at 10PM EST on XND Radio!
That's gonna be a good interview, if Kingston brings his intensity to interviews. Kingston does some great promos, including a great one released this week pertaining to the big CZW/ROH "deadly" doubleheader this Saturday (and I'll be there...whoo). Eddie is not my favorite wrestler per se, but he makes up for it in every other aspect of his character.
His match on Saturday should be great as well with his team of BlkOut as they face Generation Next (Roderick Strong, Austin Aries and Matt Sydal) at the CZW night show. Hopefully Kingston will properly promote that match well enough to get CZW a good rub off of ROH.
Did any of you guys get one? It's awesome, as far as a promotional brochure for an event goes. It's 22 pages long, has interviews with McMahon, Flair, Torrie Wilson (bah) and Cena, and has history on every Wrestlemania. I'm impressed.