Adam Copeland (Edge): I've Never Wrestled At Wrestle Kingdom, How About A Match With Kazuchika Okada?

Adam Copeland speaks about the world of possibilities now that he is in All Elite Wrestling.

Adam Copeland arrived in AEW at AEW WrestleDream and at the subsequent press conference said that he feels "free." While Adam harbors no ill will toward WWE, for the first time since 1998 he is wrestling for a new promotion, and that opens up the chances for a wealth of new opportunities.

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Speaking with Sports Illustrated, Adam spoke about his desire to potentially wrestle at Wrestle Kingdom in the Tokyo dome for the first time ever, remarking that a match against Kazuchika Okada would be something he'd be interested in.

Copeland also broke down all of the other possibilities that interest him in AEW including teaming with Darby Allin, potentially battling Eddie Kingston on the microphone, and more.

“I’ve never wrestled at Wrestle Kingdom,” said Copeland. “I’ve never wrestled at Tokyo Dome. How about a match against Kazuchika Okada? That would be pretty cool. I’m pretty excited by that. How about Jon Moxley? Hell yeah. A singles match in AEW against Bryan Danielson? Miro? Claudio Castagnoli? Kenny Omega? Will Ospreay? Adam Page? Chris Jericho? Malakai Black? FTR in a tag? Teaming with Darby against the Young Bucks? Facing Darby? Facing Sting? A promo battle with Eddie Kingston? The possibilities, they’re keeping me awake at night. These new matchups are all super exciting. It all starts next week against Luchasaurus.”

Copeland also says that the realization of all the new opportunities he faces really hit him at WrestleDream, when he was staring Sting eye to eye in a wrestling ring for the first time ever.

“The realization fully hit when I was staring at Sting in the ring,” said Copeland. “I know WWE like the back of my hand. I know Edge. I don’t know AEW. It’s new to me. That is very exciting for me. It’s like starting from scratch, but with a lot more experience.”

While his in-ring career starts on October 10 at AEW Dynamite: Title Tuesday, he will make his official debut and address the audience on October 4.

Fans can read more about his decision to join AEW at this link.

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