Adam Cole Pulling Double Duty At NXT Takeover: New Orleans?

Adam Cole Pulling Double Duty At NXT Takeover: New Orleans?

Adam Cole was a fan favorite long before debuting in NXT and has become even more popular with a wider audience since joining the WWE. Cole has competed in two of the best matches in recent NXT Takeover history during the Undisputed Era’s victory at NXT Takeover: War Games as well as his defeat in an all-out war against Aleister Black at NXT Takeover: Philadelphia.

Since his loss to the ‘Dutch Destroyer’, it seems like it will be a while until we see the former Bullet Club member compete for the NXT Championship, which may upset long-time fans who feel Cole deserves to be at the top of the card already.


In terms of where Cole’s career seems to be heading in the meantime, he is set to compete in a historic six-man ladder match against EC3, Ricochet, Lars Sullivan, Velveteen Dream and Killian Dain to crown the first ever NXT North American Champion. This, however, isn’t the only match that Cole is currently scheduled to wrestle in New Orleans.

In what will serve as both the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic and the NXT Tag Team Championship match, the Undisputed Era is set to defend against the Authors of Pain and the exciting prospect of Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong.

Since Bobby Fish’s recent knee injury, which is expected to keep him on the sidelines for a while, it is very likely that Adam Cole will join his Undisputed Era stablemate Kyle O’Reilly in this match.

It is sure to be an amazing and unpredictable few days across WrestleMania weekend with great matches from a range of promotions the world over competing to be the most memorable. When it’s all said and done, however, Adam Cole may be walking out of New Orleans holding both the NXT North American Championship and one half of the NXT Tag Team Championships… Bay Bay!


6 years ago by Wrestle Talk



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