Two-time former NXT champion Adam Cole made his AEW debut last night at the end of the All Out pay-per-view.
Cole interrupted The Elite’s celebration at the end of the show as Kenny Omega said that there is no one left at his level and no one is able to beat him. “When it comes to this AEW belt, the only people who have a chance to beat me, ever, are either not here, they’re already retired, or they are already dead.”
The lights went out and Adam Cole’s graphic came on the screen to a massive pop from the crowd. Cole was sporting an “All Elite Bay Bay” t-shirt and did his usual “Adam Cole Bay Bay” with the crowd participating along.
Cole confronted The Elite and was about to brawl when all of a sudden he super kicked Jungle Boy and embraced The Young Bucks, reuniting with his former Bullet Club members.
Cole’s WWE contract expired at the end of last month following Takeover 36 and his final match with the promotion was the 2-out-of-3 falls match against Kyle O’Reilly. Cole was offered a contract for the main roster in a meeting with Vince McMahon but the former leader of the Undisputed Era was not interested and jumped ship, joining his girlfriend in AEW.