Adam Cole made his AEW debut at AEW All Out 2021 which concluded recently
Cole made his debut at AEW All Out 2021 on the 5th of September. Following the conclusion of the last match of the night, which saw Kenny Omega defeat Christian Cage to successfully defend his AEW World Championship title, Cole entered the ring.
Just as Omega and The Elite were attacking Cage (and the Jurassic Express) after the match, Cole joined the party.
He hit Jungle Boy with a superkick before going on to celebrate with the Elite. However, they were then interrupted by a debuting Bryan Danielson.
That capped off one of the best PPV shows in recent times.
Cole’s debut garnered an immensely positive response from the wrestling community. Here are a few of them:
Adam Cole was a part of WWE for four years
Adam Cole made his WWE debut on the 19th of August, 2017 at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III against Drew McIntyre.
He then went on to become one of the greatest NXT wrestlers of all time. He still holds the record for the longest-reigning NXT Champion ever. He also became the inaugural NXT North American Champion.
Cole’s last match in the WWE was against Kyle O’Reilly at NXT Takeover 36, a month ago.
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