Sammy Guevara has now commented on his TNT Championship loss to Cody Rhodes on the December 25 edition of AEW Rampage.
Guevara held the gold for 87 days before his reign was ended by Rhodes on the Christmas Day show. The former champion has taken to Twitter to state that his journey still continues, writing:
“What a beautiful life, 11 years of Blood, Sweat & Scars got me here. The ups and the downs, I wouldn’t change a thing. It wasn’t my night but it doesn’t mean tomorrow won’t be. The journey continues.”
What a beautiful life, 11 years of Blood, Sweat & Scars got me here. The ups and the downs, I wouldn’t change a thing.
It wasn’t my night but it doesn’t mean tomorrow won’t be.
The journey continues. pic.twitter.com/Hpij02KiZE
— sammy guevara (@sammyguevara) December 26, 2021
Guevara had successfully defended the TNT Championship against Bobby Fish, Ethan Page, Jay Lethal and Tony Nese before the title change. With Rhodes’ win, the AEW EVP began his third reign with the gold.
Rhodes recently confirmed that his future is with AEW, noting that he plans to move towards ‘undiscovered terrain’, and create moments that have never happened before.
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