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Kenny Omega has had a consistent story throughout the year having lost a majority of the marquee matches he’s been involved in and being betrayed by his manager Don Callis, but singles competition has largely alluded him.
Omega and Konosuke Takeshita stole the show with their stellar outing at All Out in early September, while Omega’s instant classic with MJF for the AEW World Championship on Collision last month is regarded as one of AEW’s best bouts of the year.
Instead of riding that wave of momentum, he returned to the tag team division to partner up with Chris Jericho and form The Golden Jets. With their win over The Young Bucks at Full Gear, they’ve earned themselves a future shot at the AEW World Tag Team Championship.
Even if the idea is for it to be part of a program with The Don Callis Family, Omega has nothing more to prove alongside the Bucks, Jericho or anyone else. At the age of 40, he could be following in the footsteps of Bryan Danielson and intend to wind down as a full-time competitor, which is why AEW should be looking to make the most of him while he’s healthy and active.