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Adam Cole Reveals How He Kept His AEW Debut A Secret, More

Immediately after the AEW World Title Match at AEW’s All Out PPV last September 5, Adam Cole made his promotional debut for the company, when he made his way down to the ring and got into a face-off with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and teased a potential showdown between the two, but Cole proceeded to superkick Jungle Boy, who made his way down to the ring to help IMPACT World Champion Christian after he was being beaten down. Cole then hugged The Elite and said they are the most dominant group in the history of pro wrestling.

Adam Cole would then make his AEW in-ring debut against Frankie Kazarian during last night’s Dynamite episode, where he would beat The Elite Hunter in Singles action. Cole would then grab a mic after the match and issue a challenge to Christian Cage, Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy for a huge Trios Matchup on next week’s episode of Rampage against himself and the Young Bucks, which would be made official.

Speaking with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Adam Cole revealed the entire details of how the company and himself kept his AEW debut a secret. Cole revealed that he flew into a different city and not Chicago the day before All Out and how didn’t even stay in the same hotel than Danielson. He also revealed that he only showed up in the building while the show was going on and not even the stars in the locker room knew about his debut with the company until the last possible moment and this was the most secretive debut he has ever been involved in.

This is what Adam Cole said:

“I didn’t even fly into Chicago [the site of All Out], I flew into a different city the day before.” “I didn’t even stay in the same hotel as Bryan. We showed up to the building while the show was going on, and we waited outside in a trailer. The locker room didn’t even know until the absolute last moment.”

“It was the most secretive debut I’ve ever been involved in, and Tony Khan took every measure to make this as big of a surprise as possible.”

Adam Cole also talked about how his decision to sign with AEW only happened two days prior to All Out and how when he was imagining being involved with AEW he got so excited and he loved the feeling that he then knew what he needed to do.

This is what Adam Cole said:

“My actual decision was literally only a couple days before [the pay-per-view].” “I was awake in bed, it was close to 1 in the morning, and I was imagining being involved in AEW. That thought gave me such an excited feeling. I was so giddy I couldn’t even sleep. I loved the idea of coming to All Elite Wrestling, and that’s when I knew what I needed to do.”

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