One of the hottest feuds in professional wrestling right now is between Adam Cole and Chris Jericho, with tensions between the two stars boiling over in recent weeks. Jericho orchestrated an attack on Cole’s real-life girlfriend, Britt Baker, which has only fueled the flames of their rivalry.

While many fans are eagerly anticipating a showdown between the two at the upcoming Double Or Nothing pay-per-view, Cole himself isn’t sure that they will make it that far. In a recent interview with the Sports Guys Talk Wrestling podcast, Cole stated, “I don’t even know if we’ll make it to Double or Nothing.”

“Oh my goodness. I’ll tell you now, every single week that I see Chris Jericho, I’ll do everything in my power to make sure I get my hands on him. For anyone who checked out Dynamite the week before [May 3]. I was in an eight-man tag team match and the second the match was over, I made my desires known at that point in time. So Jericho better be ready because I don’t even know if we’ll make it to Double or Nothing.”

Cole is focused on making Jericho pay for his past actions, whether it’s at Double Or Nothing, a future AEW Dynamite event, or somewhere else entirely. He is determined to get his hands on Jericho and is doing everything in his power to make it happen.


“If it happens at Double or Nothing, great. If it happens in Austin, great. If it happens in a couple of days here in Detroit for AEW Dynamite, great, but nonetheless, Jericho dug his own grave, and he’s gonna pay for it.”

The feud between Cole and Jericho has been one of the most exciting storylines in professional wrestling in recent months, with fans eagerly anticipating their eventual showdown.

While it remains to be seen where and when the match will take place, one thing is for certain: when these two stars finally do collide, it will be a must-see event for wrestling fans everywhere.

What do you think will be the outcome of the ongoing feud between Adam Cole and Chris Jericho in AEW? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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