It was prompted by some comments Andrade made in an interview about an incident that may or may not have happened between the two men earlier this year. It also prompted a lot of eye rolling and questions about what exactly is going on behind the scenes in Tony Khan’s company.
We don’t have enough information to do anything but speculate about possible solutions. But two guys that have been in the locker room from the jump shared a few ideas yesterday (Oct. 4).
Ricky Starks deleted his (although the above pic he posted in their place is worth the proverbial 1,000 words), but that doesn’t mean they didn’t contain sage advice:
And that wasn’t even Tricky Ricky’s best idea...
As for why Starks deleted his tweets. Well, there’s the obvious reason. But Absolute’s is better:
My tweets are an museum exhibit. It only last so long— Ricky Starks (@starkmanjones) October 4, 2022
Evil Uno’s tweets aren’t a museum exhibit, but that doesn’t mean the longtime Dark Order captain doesn’t have a quality way to solve TK’s problem...
In 2023, Evil Uno will be the only pro wrestler allowed to use Twitter.— EVIL UNO is SPOOKY (@EvilUno) October 4, 2022
And if you fear that might cost you one of Wrestling Twitter’s best tweeters, fear not!
Don’t worry! Evil Uno will tweet for Nyla Rose in the third person.— EVIL UNO is SPOOKY (@EvilUno) October 4, 2022
So while you may have let out a deep sigh yesterday when the Andrade/Sammy story broke, just know that there are creative problem solvers on the AEW roster. Don’t give up hope for peace in the locker room.