Adam Cole reacts to the conversation of how he’s presented in AEW, thinks fans have a lot to be excited about

Adam Cole weighs in on the conversations surrounding his presentation in All Elite Wrestling since arriving to the company

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Adam Cole gives his take on his presentation in AEW.

At AEW Revolution, Adam Cole unsuccessfully challenged Hangman Adam Page for the AEW World Championship but this coming Wednesday on Dynamite, Cole and Page will sharing the ring again as a part of a six-man tag match.

Heading into the Revolution event, Cole sat down with Comicbook.com’s Connor Casey for an interview and he was asked about the conversations surrounding his presentation in AEW. Cole expressed that he’s aware there are people who are happy with his direction and others who are not happy. He went on to add that there are good things coming in his future.

I don’t know [if the program with Hangman Adam Page will quiet the talks about how I’m used in AEW]. I think some people look at it and they think it’s really, really exciting to finally be able to get the chance to step in there with a guy like Hangman, who I respect dearly. He’s a great AEW World Champion and then at some extent, I know some people — at the end of the day, I guess what I’m trying to say is I know some people will be happy with the direction of where I’m going and some people won’t be happy and that’s just the reality of our situation and the pro wrestling business. I do think fans have a lot to be excited about; I think especially where we’re going and what’s about to happen so, trust me when I tell you there’s some good things coming for Adam Cole bay bay.

Since arriving to AEW in September 2021, Cole has tallied up a 17-4 record and he’s undefeated in singles competition.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Comicbook.com with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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