Adam Cole’s Return Delayed Due to Complexity of Injury

Adam Cole's Return Delayed Due to Complexity of Injury

Adam Cole’s Return Delayed Due to Complexity of Injury – Adam Cole has been on the path to recovery since suffering a broken ankle during AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam. The injury occurred when he rushed to the ring during the World Title match between MJF and Samoa Joe, jumping off the entrance ramp to the floor and injuring his ankle, which caused him to limp.

Originally scheduled to defend the ROH Tag Team Titles with MJF at AEW WrestleDream, Cole was unable to compete. MJF proceeded with the title defense in a handicap match and successfully retained the titles. Despite his injury, Cole continued to make television appearances, including segments with Roderick Strong at Strong’s home.

Following his reveal as “The Devil” at Worlds End, Cole’s TV appearances became sporadic until he eventually disappeared from screens. He resurfaced briefly to attack MJF after losing the World Heavyweight Title, but MJF retaliated at Double Or Nothing by assaulting his former tag team partner.

According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter by Dave Meltzer, Cole’s recovery has been progressing, although the injury’s complexity has kept him out of action longer than expected.

“Because of the complexity of the injury, there’s still a little time left out of action, but he hopes it’s not much longer.”

The good news is that Cole is now able to walk and is focused on regaining full mobility as he continues his rehabilitation.

Fans and colleagues alike are undoubtedly wishing Adam Cole a swift and complete recovery as he works towards returning to the ring.

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Adam Cole’s Return Delayed Due to Complexity of Injury

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