AEW star and ROH World Television Champion Samoa Joe recently shared a cryptic message via Twitter ahead of All Out 2022.
Joe made his All Elite Wrestling in-ring debut against Max Caster on the April 6, 2022, edition of Dynamite. A week later, he won his first title under the AEW/Ring of Honor umbrella, defeating Minoru Suzuki for the ROH World TV Championship.
His last match was a successful title defense against Jay Lethal at the Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view. Recent reports have suggested that The Samoan Submission Machine could return to AEW soon after a brief hiatus.
Recently, Samoa Joe took to Twitter and stated that he is trying his best to be "more diligent about hitting people up."
You can read his entire message below:
"Doing my best to be more diligent about hitting people up I haven't seen in awhile and giving them accolades when I come across their work I've enjoyed. I find its healthy for the relationship when they know that text isn't always attached to some crazy "ask" out of the blue," tweeted Samoa Joe.
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Jim Cornette has previously slammed AEW star Samoa Joe's match against Jay Lethal at Death Before Dishonor
While speaking during an edition of Jim Cornette's Drive-Thru, the wrestling veteran expressed his dislike for the booking of the ROH World TV Championship match between Lethal and Joe.
He added that the pacing of the bout was not suitable for the vast majority of the audience:
"Whichever analogy you wanna use, they followed a shooting with a stabbing, or they c*me and then started kissing, or whatever, it took to the edge off of it for me. And the people, the last you wanna do with a hard crowd, you wanna hook 'em with a flurry of action and get 'em involved in something and the story you are gonna tell 'em."
Cornette further detailed his opinion of the contest:
"But you don't wanna go a 100 miles an hour do all the wild stuff for 5 minutes and then try to start having a match from scratch, or then you have completely sh*t the bed with the people," added Cornette.
With Samoa Joe seemingly returning to All Elite Wrestling soon, it will be interesting to see how Tony Khan books him in the company.
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