Adam Copeland thinks it’s safe to say his run with AEW will be his last as a full-time performer

Copeland kicked off his run at AEW WrestleDream. 

At the conclusion of AEW’s WrestleDream pay-per-view, Adam ‘Edge’ Copeland debuted for the company and sided with Sting and Darby Allin to fend off Luchasaurus, Nick Wayne and TNT Champion Christian Cage. 

Copeland is now full-time with All Elite Wrestling and while speaking to CBS Sports, he told the outlet that it’s safe to say that his AEW run will be his last as a full-time performer. 

I think that’s a very safe thing to say because I know how much work it’s going to take to be able to pull it off. I know that. I’m not in any way trying to fool myself into thinking I’m just going to trot through this whole thing. It’s going to be hard. It’s going to be a lot of hard work. I enjoy hard work. I always have. It’s how I’m wired. It’s what I was born with. It’s in my DNA. So that’s super fun. But I’m also a realist and I understand that I’m not going to be able to maintain it for a super long time.

Copeland is scheduled to appear on the four-year anniversary episode of Dynamite on 10/4, Collision on 10/7 and his first match is going to be against Luchasaurus on Tuesday night Dynamite on 10/10.

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