Ricky Starks, known as “The Absolute One,” recently expressed his frustration about missing out on AEW All In. During an interview at Starrcast VI, Starks, who was suspended from action in a storyline, shared his disappointment in not being able to participate in the historic event at Wembley.
Starks didn’t hold back his emotions, stating, “What’s on the horizon, honestly, I’m still pretty pissed off. I’m a very scorned individual because nothing has seemingly gone my way. I was suspended, and that kept me out of All In, which sucked because I had to watch from home, and I want everyone watching this to understand, that shit fucking sucked, and I don’t want to do it again. To come back into the ring, now, after the suspension is up, I don’t know. I’m going to still do what I did before I left, but there is a lot more visceral anger that I’m still holding onto, and rightfully so.”
While Starks’ absence from AEW All In was undoubtedly frustrating for him, it also raised questions among fans about his future plans. Will he continue to pursue his career in professional wrestling with the same determination and passion? Only time will tell.
Wrestling Headlines, who covered Starks’ appearance at Starrcast VI, promises to bring more updates on his thoughts and feelings. Fans are encouraged to stay tuned for further developments.
Source: Wrestling Headlines