It would appear that “The Green Arrow” has not vanquished his foe from WWE.
They continued to field questions from the audience, but each time Amell began to answer a question, Stardust would interrupt and provide answers of his own. After some more banter between the two, he would then challenge “The Green Arrow” to a match one-on-one.
They would then each sign the “Slammy” award that they won for “Moment of the Year” in 2015, before both Stardust and Eden would throw water in Amell’s face as they were walking off the stage.
Several tweets were sent out regarding the altercation this afternoon:
— WWE (@WWE) February 14, 2016
— Stephen Amell (@amellywood) February 14, 2016
— Matt Fowler (@TheMattFowler) February 14, 2016
Stardust and Amell first competed against each other at “Summerslam” last year, when Amell teamed up with Neville to take on the team of Stardust and King Barrett. “The Green Arrow” held his own in the match, and his team ended up being victorious.
Although Amell stated that his match was going to be his only appearance in a WWE ring, this tweet that was sent out might suggest otherwise:
“If he wants a singles match, all he has to do is ask.” – @amellywood
— Dallas Comic Con (@dallascomiccon) February 13, 2016
The mystery behind Stardust’s character has increased dramatically over the last month. He has sent out conflicting tweets saying the Stardust character is gone, but also that Cody Rhodes is 100% dead.
You can watch the whole video of today’s altercation here:
Surprisingly, I would be interested in a match between Amell and Stardust. Amell held his own quite well in the ring at “Summerslam,” and displayed a high level of athletic ability and wrestling prowess. Perhaps these two could compete at WrestleMania, to bring some mainstream attention to the event?