Is Daniel Bryan in AEW?
Bryan Danielson (formerly known as Daniel Bryan in WWE) and Adam Cole arrived in AEW at All Out. ... Danielson joins AEW just five months after main eventing WWE's WrestleMania. His contract with WWE expired following a match against universal champion Roman Reigns on SmackDown this April. Sports IllustratedBryan Danielson, Adam Cole Make AEW Debuts at 'All Out'
Is Adam Cole in AEW?
Austin Jenkins (born July 5, 1989) is an American professional wrestler currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW), where he performs under the ring name Adam Cole. ... He is also known for his tenures with WWE and Ring of Honor (ROH) under the same name. wikipedia.orgAdam Cole
WWE released Bray Wyatt from his contract and that was a big shock for everyone in the pro wrestling world. WWE’s third party partners were also dumbfounded to discovery that such a valuable Superstar was let go. Pro wrestling fans shouldn’t be too worried about Wyatt’s future, because there is a plan in place.
Ringside News has learned that, unless things change, the current working plan is for Bray Wyatt to debut for AEW. He is still under his 90-day non-compete clause, but we were told by a source that “there have been talks.” No contract can be offered until his 90-day non-compete clause is up.
Windham Rotunda’s WWE non-compete clause won’t expire until the end of October, but AEW Full Gear is right around the corner. As Ringside News reported, the company moved that date to November 13th and a new venue has yet to be announced.
Rotunda could offer a lot to AEW and there are also some obvious connections within the company as well. Many fans are already making memes about Wyatt’s impending arrival, especially after CM Punk, Ruby Soho, Adam Cole, and Bryan Danielson ended up in Tony Khan’s company.
AEW isn’t the only company who is interested in Bray Wyatt. Impact Wrestling is reportedly trying hard to rope him in as well. The Forbidden Door might allow both of those things to happen eventually.
You never know how plans can change in pro wrestling, but if all things go according to plan, Windham Rotunda will soon be All Elite as well.
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Kris Statlander Says She Hopes To Learn From CM Punk, Talks Her Goal If She Becomes Women’s Champion
08 September, 2021 - 06:20pm
AEW star Kris Statlander recently appeared on the Women’s Wrestling Talk podcast to discuss a wide range of topics, including her thoughts on CM Punk’s arrival in the promotion and how she hopes to learn from the Chicago Savior down the line. Highlights from the interview are below.
Says when she becomes champion she wants to defend the title every week:
“When I become the champion, I don’t think the locker room really needs any differences or changes. I think I just want to defend my belt more than most people have in the past. It was always very, like, slow, like, once a month maybe. And I want to be the champion that’s defending it every single week. I want to give that title purpose, I want to show why I’m the champion week in and week out. That’s my one thing that I would do.”
On CM Punk’s arrival in AEW and what she hopes she can learn from him:
“I was there for it. I think it was never really 100% confirmed until it was there. And we all knew that it was happening, like, we all knew it, just no one officially was like, ‘Oh, CM Punk is coming.’ But we are all like, we know it’s gonna happen. I would definitely want to learn from him. I’m always willing to learn from any and everybody. And people have all had their own experiences with their own careers that you can always take something from.”
(H/T and transcribed by Wrestling Inc.)
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