Kane might have just been sworn in as mayor of Knox County, but it appears as though Kenny Omega might have a bright political future as well. At the ALL IN press conference, Omega did a perfect job of seeming to answer a question while actually leaving the door open to doing whatever he wanted.
It has been rumored that the WWE will be looking to sign Omega, Cody, and the Young Bucks when their contracts expire and Omega was asked about possibly competing at the G1 Supercard event:
“Will I be at Madison Square Garden? A sold out affair, we’re all very excited about it, a joint project between New Japan and Ring of Honor. If it wasn’t already sold out I would say ‘how else could you sell it out?’ But it’s already sold out so all I can say is I will probably be there. Whether I’m needed there or not, I don’t know, but I would love to be… I would love to have a physical presence at that show, yes.”
— Justin Barrasso (@JustinBarrasso) September 1, 2018
While Omega expressed his desire to be at the show, he didn’t say with any certainty that he would be. With Omega’s contract set to expire on January 31 of next year, that may be the biggest hurdle to clear before we have a definitive answer. As of now the answer isn’t yes or no, it’s probably.
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