Kenny Omega shows visible bite mark in Capcom TV appearance

Kenny Omega shows visible bite mark in Capcom TV appearance
Kenny Omega shows visible bite mark in Capcom TV appearance

Kenny Omega shows a visible bruise.

Omega is in Japan for the Tokyo Game Show and made an appearance on Capcom TV on September 18. During the stream, fans noticed a visible bruise on Omega’s left forearm.

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Omega was allegedly bitten by Ace Steel during an altercation following CM Punk’s AEW All Out media melee where he aired his grievances with The Elite (Omega & The Young Bucks), Hangman Page and Colt Cabana. After their scrimmage, Punk and Steel had a run-in with Omega and the Bucks. With Steel biting Omega, Punk would throw punches and Steel would throw a chair.

On September 16, Fightful Select reported: “Those we spoke to say it would be difficult to avoid the bite marks on Omega’s left forearm if Omega were photographed anytime in the weeks following the situation. We were told it was ‘unequivocally’, it was a mouthful.”

AEW is reportedly investigating the altercation and the parties involved as well as Michael Nakazawa, Pat Buck, Christopher Daniels and Brandon Cutler have been suspended. Nakazawa, Buck, Daniels and Cutler have since returned to their AEW duties but Punk, Steel and The Elite remain suspended.

Omega, Nakazawa, and Daniels were scheduled to travel to Japan for the Tokyo Game Show to promote AEW Fight Forever ahead of the suspensions.

Omega and the Bucks won the AEW Trios Championships at AEW All Out, but the titles were vacated on the following episode of AEW Dynamite and won by Death Triangle (PAC, Rey Fenix, and Penta El Zero Miedo).

In Japan, Omega reunited with Kota Ibushi. Fans can check out photos from the reunion by clicking here.

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