Eddie Kingston wanted violence when he enter caged double rings during the main event of AEW‘s Blood and Guts.

He took the door with a Tommy Dreamer-style Kendo Stick in his hands and kept swinging it, mostly against Christ Jericho’s head, until it literally shattered in his hands like a sword in Breath of the Wild. From there, Kingston brawled with pretty much everyone in the ring save his teammates – which in and of itself was a bit of a surprise – before taking to the top of the cage in reckless pursuit of his least favorite person on the other team – though maybe not in the match: “The Wizard.”

But unlike Blood and Guts I, where Jericho and MJF brawled on the roof of the cage and the former fell to his presumed death onto a crash pad, this above-the-ring ordeal featured a full-on crowd, as Sammy Guevara, Claudio Castagnoli, and even Matt Menard made their way high above the ring inside the Little Caesars Arena for a little extra curricular activity.

Kingston, unwilling to get outnumbered or overshadowed by “The Spanish God,” quickly leveled the playing field by, and you may have to see this to believe it, literally throwing Guevara off the top cage to knock him out of the bout for the remainder of the match.

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Goodness, you certainly don’t see that every day.

In the end, Team Eddie won but it was Claudio, not Kingston, who got the tap-out by “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard, which totally won’t play into the deep-rooted feud between the two former Chikara performers.