Adam Cole and Britt Baker are one of the most popular pro wrestling couples going right now, but Cole has to give his girlfriend a massive amount of credit along the way. Baker holds down two primary careers at the same time and continues excelling in both worlds. That is no easy task to undertake, but she is “killing it” if you ask Mr. Bay Bay.

While speaking to the Into the Danger Zone podcast, Adam discussed the crazy schedules that he and Baker have. Then he praised his girlfriend for doing so much work at an insane degree. She is a legit dentist and keeps up that practice despite her blossoming pro wrestling career. He had to admit that she is “killing it” through all the pressure that life throws their way.

“She’s been killing it. I think people forget with Britt that Brit has only been wrestling for like five years. Which is insane. Again, I am a nervous wreck and I’ve been wrestling for almost 14 years. Like, at a high level for a really, really long time.”

“I’m still like, ‘Oh my god, this is a lot of pressure.’ I think about stuff that she is going through right now. Only five years in, plus having a full-time dental job. Because it’s crazy that people still don’t know that she legit actually does that. Seriously, she works all day Tuesday, and then we’ll drive right to the airport. Does AEW Wednesday, flies home as early as possible on Thursday, to work a full day in the dental office on Thursday and Friday. She’s a maniac. She works so hard. But that’s a side note.”

Britt Baker openly stated that she would have been happy for Adam Cole whether he picked AEW or decided to stay with WWE. That was a choice he made on his own, but you have to know she is happy to have an All Elite boyfriend now. That won’t slow down Baker’s drive as she continues her career in dentistry and carrying the AEW Women’s World Title at the same time.

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