Top AEW Star Felt Guilty About Getting Paid During Coronavirus

3 years ago by Wrestle Talk

Top AEW Star Felt Guilty About Getting Paid During Coronavirus

This week on AEW: Dynamite, top tag team Lucha Brothers returned to confront former WWE stars The Revival (now FTR) following their win over SCU.

The angle set up an awesome eight-man tag team match for Fyter Fest that will pit FTR and The Young Bucks against Lucha Brothers and The Butcher & The Blade.

This was the first time that we’ve seen Pentagon in a number of months, as the former Impact World Champion was stuck in Mexico as a result of travel bans imposed due to Coronavirus.

Dave Meltzer notes that Pentagon, who wrestled his last AEW match on the March 18 episode of Dynamite, was unhappy about getting paid by the promotion while he was unable to work.

Meltzer also goes on to note that Pentagon may be living with his brother Fenix, who currently resides into the United States, but this has not been officially confirmed yet:

“Pentagon was able too get out of Mexico. He was feeling guilty about being paid every week and not working for it. I’m not sure if he’s going to stay with his brother, who lives in the U.S.”

Over recent weeks, AEW has seen the returns of Pentagon, Stu Grayson, Evil Uno and more following the easing of Coronavirus travel bans. However, one return that fans are eagerly waiting for is PAC.

The former Neville hasn’t wrestled a match for AEW since the March 11 episode of Dynamite where he teamed with the aforementioned Pentagon and Fenix to take on Private Party and Joey Janela in a fun six-man tag team match.

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