Adam Cole achieved a lot of success during his 4-year run on NXT and many fans would agree with that notion. He helped elevate the black and gold brand to the next level and had some of the best matches in recent memory as well. It seems Adam Cole is more than happy working in AEW as well.

Since his debut in AEW back at AEW All Out last year, Adam Cole has largely been involved with The Young Bucks and competed in mid-level matches. He is currently engaged in a feud with Adam Page for the AEW World Championship.

While speaking to Alex McCarthy of TalkSport, Adam Cole revealed that working in the same company as Britt Baker is a blessing and for that reason working in AEW has been better in every way for him compared to working in WWE.

“It really is a lot better and again, working in different companies was still an awesome thing. You know it was great to be able to drive home and give her a call, she was home. Where we’re about to do, you know. But again, now be in a situation where we get to fly to the town together, stay in the same hotel, talk about what we will be doing that day together, and then to me the most special thing is if she has a match or a promo, or if I have a match or a promo, and walking back through gorilla position and seeing her as the first person there or being able to be the first person there for her is honestly just the best.


It’s better than FaceTime. It’s definitely better than a phone call while you are driving or while you are in your hotel room about to fall asleep. So yeah, it really has been nothing short of amazing getting to work alongside her again for sure. And yeah, we still talk a ton of wrestling all the time so working in the same company has been wonderful, it’s been better in every way.”

We will have to wait and see whether Adam Cole will be able to defeat Adam Page for the AEW World Championship at AEW Revolution on March 6th or not.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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