Ricky Starks Says Of Ex-WWE Guys: ‘I Don’t Give A S**t Who You Are’

11 months ago by Amanda Savage

Ricky Starks Says Of Ex-WWE Guys: ‘I Don’t Give A S**t Who You Are’ AEW

According to AEW star Ricky Starks, he literally doesn’t care who you are, you aren’t going to disrespect him!

Starks recently chatted with Nick Hausman of Wrestling Inc. and shared his thoughts on the plethora of former WWE talent that have joined AEW after he signed with the promotion, saying:

“I don’t believe in having a chip on my shoulder because that makes me a whiny little bitch. But what I do believe in is, these people who come in and the attitude of a higher-than, and we are a less-than, you get what I’m saying? I think it should be noted that there’s a reason those people don’t work there anymore, and we should look at the facts of why.”

“So when they get in the ring, and they stand across the ring from me or Hobbs, we have proven to people, by contrast, exactly what they left or why they got kicked out or whatever happened. We have proven that me and Hobbs, the people who have been here through the pandemic, man, who came in around the same time, we proved exactly that me and Hobbs are better, if not levels, I mean levels, above these guys. I don’t care who you are. And you can put this in the headlines of the dirt sheets. I don’t give a s**t who you are. You can’t come in here and act like you’re way better than me or Hobbs. It ain’t gonna happen, Jack. Not as long as I got breath in my lungs.”

You heard him, Jack. It ain’t gonna happen!

Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs participated in what could be considered by a some to be a certified banger in a “Triple or Nothing” three-way match for the AEW World Tag Team Championships.

Starks and Hobbs made a valiant effort taking on defending champs, the Young Bucks and the eventual winners, Swerve in Our Glory in Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee who are the new champions.

Transcription via Fightful

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