Adam Cole discusses fearful experience

Adam Cole, the popular star in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), is finally on his way back to the ring. He was last seen in June 2022 at Forbidden Door, where he suffered his second concussion of the year and has not been in the ring since. In March 2022, Cole had also suffered an injury to his labrum and rotator cuff heading into his Revolution main event with the then-AEW World Champion, Hangman Page. Cole’s injury record in pay-per-view events has been a concern for his fans, and rumors about his health swirled after Forbidden Door.

In a recent interview with Wrestling Observer Radio, Cole shared the worrying complications he faced during his recovery. He revealed that he completely lost his memory in the middle of a match and had no idea what he was supposed to do. He stated, “The memory stuff is the really, really scary part to me, when you’re in the middle of a ring and there’s thousands of people around you, and I have no idea what I’m supposed to be doing. That was really scary.” Cole’s symptoms continued to worsen in the months after the injury, and the recovery process proved to be much longer than expected.

Despite the challenges, Cole has made a remarkable recovery and was quick to praise AEW for handling his medical care. He is now passing many of the cognitive tests he initially struggled with last year. Although an official date has not been confirmed, many signs seem to point towards Revolution next month as the event for Cole’s in-ring return. Fans are eagerly waiting to see the former Undisputed Era leader back in action and are hopeful that he will make a full recovery.

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