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Orange Cassidy – ‘May Swerve Strickland Never Come For My Title Again’



On a recent edition of the “Cheesesteaks and Controllers” podcast, Orange Cassidy discussed his maiden AEW International Championship reign and his toughest opponents during that period.

Cassidy held the AEW International Title for 326 days before losing it to Jon Moxley at All Out 2023.

Cassidy became a two-time AEW International Champion on October 10, beating then-champion Rey Fenix for the title. He said,

“It is bizarre that I have had so many matches because I don’t like to wrestle. Having all these matches, I don’t like any of them, but it was an honor to be in the ring with Katsuyori Shibata. I still can’t wrap my head around the fact that he wrestled me and is wrestling now. The Wheeler Yuta matches had a place that were a little more personal. I’ve had some time to think back, and people asked me this question while it was going on, and right when it ended, and I didn’t have time to reflect. Obviously, the Jon Moxley match is still in my brain, but there is another person…the match that I had with Swerve Strickland, that one, I’m still surprised I got out of it with the championship. Swerve is…I’m very scared of who he targets next. Here’s hoping he goes after the World Title and not me.”

Cassidy teamed with Kazuchika Okada in a losing effort against the Blackpool Combat Club this past week on AEW Dynamite.

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