AEW Star Says They Lost Memory During A Match
Recently returned AEW star Adam Cole has admitted that they suffered some memory loss during a frightening moment in a match.
Adam Cole has not wrestled since suffering another concussion at the Forbidden Door pay-per-view in June 2022. The former NXT Champion made his shock return to AEW television on the 11th of January declaring that he was back and that it was bad news for the rest of the AEW locker room.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Adam Cole discussed his recovery from his concussion issues and says he now feels fantastic:
“I still have a little ways to go until I get to a point where I think I’m ready to rock and roll as far as going to the ring and having a 35-45 minute match, but compared to even two in a half to three months ago, I feel fantastic, I feel really good.”
Cole also explained that he suffered a bad landing during the Forbidden Door pay-per-view that caused him to suffer some memory loss:
“I took a bump where I felt a little bit weird, and it wasn’t anyone’s fault, it was a normal bump,” he said. “And I remember thinking ‘okay, that felt a little strange’. And about thirty seconds go by, and then it’s like I have no recollection or memory of what I’m supposed to do [or] what happened in the match.”
Tony Khan recently discussed Adam Cole’s recovery, explaining that people didn’t know half of what he’d been through.