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Why Adam Copeland Doesn’t Buy Into The Idea Of ‘Legacy’ In Wrestlin

One Big Thing

Despite his impressive accomplishments in the wrestling industry, AEW star Adam Copeland doesn’t believe in building his own legacy. Instead, he attributes his success to the people around him, including those who create video packages and book matches.

Key Points

  • Copeland has won 33 championships in WWE and AEW, and main-evented WrestleMania.
  • He believes that legacies are created by the people who make the video packages and book matches, not the wrestlers themselves.
  • Copeland stated, “Is there really a legacy, I personally don’t look at it that way … I don’t buy it.”
  • He considers raising good human beings to be his true legacy, not what he does in the ring.

Why It Matters

Copeland’s perspective on legacy challenges the conventional notion that a wrestler’s accomplishments alone define their impact on the industry. His view emphasizes the importance of the people behind the scenes who help create and shape a wrestler’s image and success.

Looking Ahead

Copeland has revealed that he still has time left on his current AEW contract and expressed his desire to work with many more wrestlers before it expires. He recently won the AEW TNT Championship from long-term friend and rival Christian Cage.

What do you think about Adam Copeland’s perspective on legacy in wrestling? Do you agree or disagree with his view? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts!

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