Could Beth Phoenix Join Adam Copeland In AEW?

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Adam Copeland is All Elite and he addressed the possibility of his Hall of Fame wife Beth Phoenix joining him in AEW.

The AEW debut of Adam Copeland (formerly known as Edge) took place at last night’s WrestleDream PPV in Seattle when he arrived at the end of the show. Copeland teased working with his best friend Christian Cage, but instead, he attacked Christian’s buddies Luchasaurus & Nick Wayne while Christian escaped.

It wasn’t a total surprise because there was a lot of speculation that Copeland would appear in AEW. After 25 years in WWE, Edge is gone and now there are questions about his wife as well.

During his most recent WWE run from 2020 to 2023, Adam teamed up with Beth a few times, including a victory over Finn Balor & Rhea Ripley at Elimination Chamber earlier this year.

They are both Hall of Famers with Phoenix retiring as a full-time wrestler over a decade ago, but she does wrestle sometimes. The couple has two daughters together who were shown at ringside on WWE TV watching their parents in action.

Adam Copeland doesn’t know if Beth will be All Elite

While speaking at the AEW WrestleDream post-show media scrum, Adam Copeland was asked if his wife Beth Copeland would be joining him in WWE. It’s not known if she is under contract with WWE or if she is a free agent like he was. Adam did his best to answer that question.

“I mean, any time I get to be close to Beth obviously I’m gonna be super excited about that. I don’t know about the possibilities of that in the foreseeable (future), but I love being around her obviously, and we’ve had a blast when we did get to work together.

“But where she will be instrumental without everyone knowing it is she’s my sounding board. So if you’ve seen me do something, or you see something that you think worked, it was always bounced off Beth and then she always gives me better ideas back.

“It’s kind of amazing to be married to a Hall of Famer, it’s pretty cool… who can suplex you.”

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