Stephen Amell performed admirably in his WWE in-ring debut. Arrow star, Stephen Amell was the fan favorite going up against Stardust to settle their score. The “Green Arrow” as he is popularly known, teamed up with Neville, also know as the “Red Arrow” in a tag-team match against King Barrett and Stardust. Stephen Amell came in his Green Arrow costume, but instead of fighting criminals on rooftops in leather suits, he was fighting Stardust and Barrett. For a star, he took quite a beating, but eventually got up and proved his athleticism. He even landed an arm drag, which was like” What the f**k, how did he do that?”
Well that wasn’t it right? Stephen Amell posts videos of his workout and boy they are ones to watch. He proved that he doesn’t use body- doubles in those videos, as he gave a flying enziguri kick to Stardust. Stephen Amell was literally assaulted by Stardust and Barrett for sometime, until he passed over to Neville.
For the final “Hurrah!”, The Arrow flew from the ropes and took a dive on his opponents, which set up the match. Neville pinned down Barrett and that was it.
STEPHEN AMELL: 1 | BUM (also known as Stardust) : 0
In a post-match interview, Amell said he wasn’t sure if his feud with Stardust was over, leaving the window open for another match. After the match Amell tweeted a photo depicting some real damage he sustained during the fight.
Another noteworthy thing, was that Stephen Amell raised over $150,000 for charity using the hype created around this fight by selling merchandise. Way to go Stephen!
He has been a lifelong WWE fan and he proved that he can fight. He didn’t have any time to train for the fight, but he proved that he isn’t a contemptible person.
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