Matt Hardy: Darby Allin, MJF, Sammy Guevara, And Jack Perry Can Benefit From Wrestling Adam Copeland

Matt Hardy names some young AEW wrestlers that he believes would benefit from working with Adam Copeland (Edge).

Adam Copeland is now All Elite and for the first time in 25 years, he is wrestling outside of WWE. This means there is a wealth of fresh matchups for Adam to partake in.

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Matt Hardy, someone who knows Adam very well and someone who made the jump from WWE to AEW himself in 2020, recently commented on The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast that he believes younger talents, of varying in-ring talents, will be able to learn a lot from working with the WWE Hall of Famer.

Hardy named the four young pillars of AEW, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara, Jack Perry, and Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) has four names that come to mind who would truly benefit from working with The Rated-R Superstar.

"The first people that come in my mind are just younger talents that continue seasoning and work with different people with different styles. I'd say like Darby Allin, I'd say Sammy Guevara, I would say Jack Perry. I even think MJF would be so into a program with Adam Copeland. I think his creativity would be off the charts when it comes to doing stuff with Adam Copeland. Their promo interactions would be amazing. I think their match would be amazing. Those younger guys that are AEW originals, I think those guys would benefit the most being in the ring with Adam Copeland," he said.

Copeland has already worked with Darby outside the squared circle as Darby helped Adam shoot his AEW debut vignette.

One name that Adam wants to work with is Kazuchika Okada. Fans can read Adam's comments about a potential match with Okada at this link.

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