Adam Cole is captivating pro wrestler who has secured a strong position on the landscape. Fans value his propensity for being accessible to them, because he often opens up on Twitch and in interviews. Adam Cole recently revealed his wild sleepwalking experiences, which may be amusing for many.

The first-ever NXT North American Champion and all-time NXT Champion, Adam Cole, is only one of the many professional wrestlers with bizarre tales and experiences, both inside and outside the ring. Cole talked about sleepwalking before he started his wrestling career on Wrestle Buddies, including where he would frequently wake up.

“I grew out of [sleepwalking]. I used to wake up on the floor, sometimes face down when I was like, 15. I was like, What am I doing down here?’ … Sometimes I would wake up mid-conversation with somebody and I’m like, ‘Oh, sorry, I’m sleepwalking,’ and they’re like, ‘Yeah, you are. Just go back to bed.’ So, I used to do it all the time.”

Many wrestlers realized that they have minimal downtime when traveling for their professions. They are continually competing, appearing in front of the public, or traveling to their next location. Even though Cole claimed that he no longer experiences sleepwalking, the former Undisputed Era leader continues to experience other undesirable side effects.


Cole, an AEW wrestler at the moment, is temporarily sidelined due to a concussion he sustained at AEW X NJPW Forbidden Door earlier this year. Cole was hurt while wrestling in a four-way battle for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship in which Jay White, Kazuchika Okada, and “Hangman” Adam Page faced off against each other.

Cole has not yet announced a return date, although he has stayed active on social media and Twitch, most recently addressing “Da Party” on Twitter. For further updates, stay tuned to Ringside News.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a student at Calcutta University, pursuing a law degree. She is an enthusiastic and determined young woman, with a passion for writing about current events and news. Muskan began writing for Ringside News in December 2021, bringing her unique perspective and insights to the world of professional wrestling. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, exploring new places, and immersing herself in different cultures.

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