AEW’s first pay-per-view of the year, Revolution 2022, is less than 24 hours away. The event will feature ‘Hangman’ Adam Page defending the AEW World Title against Adam Cole. Cole took to Twitter to make a bold statement ahead of the fight.
A few weeks ago, Cole came to the ring to congratulate Page after the latter successfully defended his world title against Lance Archer in a Texas Death Match. Cole then told Hangman that he would always be “the other Adam” in AEW. Page and Cole shook hands, but it was a trick as reDRagon attacked the AEW Champion from behind. This led to Tony Khan making the game official for Revolution 2022.
Prior to their fight, Cole took to Twitter to insinuate that he would leave Revolution as world champion while listing his major titles won in different promotions. Cole added that his resume would speak for itself:
Adam Cole was last in action on AEW Dynamite
Adam Cole’s last match was at an edition of AEW Rampage, where he teamed up with Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly to defeat Adam Page, Alex Reynolds and John Silver.
After the match, Cole and reDRagon took out Silver and Reynolds and tied Hangman to the ring ropes with duct tape. Cole then hit Hangman with The Boom and placed the World Title on Page’s shoulder.
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