Johnny Gargano

Is Johnny Gargano In Town For Forbidden Door Tonight?

Former WWE superstar Johnny Gargano teased on social media that he’d be leaving Chicago before tonight’s Forbidden Door event. Gargano wrote on twitter, “Thank you for the fun eight hours, Chicago,” with photos of him- getting on a plane. The AEW X NJPW Forbidden Door event takes place tonight at 8 p.m. ET at The United Center in Chicago. The pre-show for the buy-in begins at 7 p.m.ET.

Due to Bryan Danielson’s injury, Zack Sabre Jr’s competitor is still unknown, but Gargano’s identity has been bandied about a lot in recent days, especially after he was spotted in Chicago at a signing event. Gargano asserted it was a coincidence and appears to be on his way out of town, and it wouldn’t be the first time a debuting wrestler went to great lengths to keep fans guessing, nor would it be the first plane-related AEW drama in less than a month.

Cesaro is just another ex-WWE Superstar who is expected to compete against Sabre Jr. at tonight’s event. The person who takes Danielson’s spot at tonight’s event will be the Blackpool Combat Club’s newest member. Gargano left WWE in December of last year after declining to re-sign with the company.

Gargano’ Future In The Company

Johnny Gargano is currently one of the most sought-after free agents in the wrestling industry. While fans speculate on where he will go next, he has not ruled out a come back to WWE. This is because he asserts he has unfinished business with the firm.

I mean, I mean, all of my options are open right now, and I am very open about it, he said. Yet, I’m not at all sure what I would like to do. It was one of those factors where I’m in a phase of my life where I’m beginning to figure it out. I’m going to figure out what my goal is, and what kind of legacy I want to leave behind. I have a lot of unfinished business in WWE that I’d like to finish.

Gargano after which glanced up to what he aspire his legacy would be in the company, confessing that his story isn’t over yet and that he wants people to recognise him first and foremost as a good human being.

He stated, “I feel like my story is very incomplete.” As you are aware, my story is not yet complete, and I am open about the fact that I despise all of my own matches. I despise everything I do. If you ask someone who lacks self-confidence if he’s alright with his tale, the answer is clearly no.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.