Adam Cole, one of the newest AEW signings, is back to streaming on Twitch today (Tuesday, Sept. 7) following the success of the All Out pay-per-view Sunday (Sept. 5), in part, due to his debut and aligning with The Elite.
Cole debuted along with Bryan Danielson and Ruby Soho at All Out 2021. The show also featured CM Punk’s first match in seven years.
Cole said during his Twitch stream:
“I’m so excited for the future. Sunday was one of the greatest nights of my life. It was my favorite night of my career. It’s such an exciting time. I knew last minute, Britt (Baker) knew last minute, and Britt made sure she got Momma Chugs and B-Fresh (Adam Cole’s brother) there. It made it even cooler. Britt deserves a ton of credit for that. She surprised me, she didn’t even tell me she was going to do that.”
Cole had been inactive on Twitch for roughly a week prior to debuting with AEW. Fightful reports Cole usually streams between four and five times a week.
Following the expiration of his WWE contract, Adam Cole signed an extension to continue working for the company through NXT TakeOver 36.
The ability to stream on Twitch, something talent is no longer allowed to do without WWE’s approval, was and remains of utmost importance to the former NXT star.
“Making sure that I could keep this channel and this community was so important to me. I’m going to be streaming for a really really really long time. This stream is going nowhere,” Cole said.
As of this writing, there is no word yet on when Cole and Danielson will make their respective debuts on AEW’s weekly “Dynamite” or “Rampage” shows.
Transcript courtesy of Fightful.