Ahead of Sunday’s AEW All Out pay-per-view, Eddie Kingston appeared on The PWI Podcast to talk about his mental health, what he’s doing in AEW, and his thoughts on names he’s not particularly fond of.

Kingston was asked how he’s doing with his mental health issues:

“It’s an everyday struggle. It’s not like I could tell you, ‘Look at me. I’m finally mature and everything is great and dandy.’ No, there’s still days. There’s still moments. Instead of holding on to things, now I’m able to sort of let go. It still takes me a while to let go of stuff. With Punk, I don’t know if I’m ever going to let go. Stuff with Claudio, I’m trying to let go. Stuff with Bryan, I’m trying to let go. There’s a lot of history. I’m trying to be a better person everyday and I’m not a finished product yet. I tell everybody that my final form or my final product is when I’m in the grave.”

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