Wrestlers from either company are welcome to come to Adam Copeland if they any assistance.
Now a part of AEW, many rising stars in WWE will not see The Rated R Superstar on a week-to-week basis and get to sit under the learning tree. However, Copeland has made it clear that just because he is wrestling for a different promotion he is not off the grid entirely.
Speaking on the Masked Man Show, Copeland revealed his process of giving wrestlers advice if they ask for it and how that holds true for those who are in the company he was signed to for 25 years:
“Generally, what I’ll do, if it’s something that I saw, I’m like, ‘That’s a good point that I can tell them.’ Usually, I’ll go back and re-watch everything without like talking to Eddie Kingston while we’re watching. Usually, I’ll sit home and properly watch something before I really dive into it because I don’t want to half-ass it. I want to make sure that I’m telling points that I saw and felt and take it for what it’s worth.
I’m not one of those guys that’s like, ‘Listen to what I say, damnit.’ You have to have that filter as to who you trust as a person you go to in terms of advice. I’ve always said I’m wide open to anybody, and that still holds true to talent in WWE and they know that,”
Adam Copeland In Amazing Shape
At nearly 50 years old, the Hall of Famer looks as good in the ring today as he ever has. During the same interview, Copeland revealed how he is still in phenomenal shape at this stage of his career.
H/t to Fightful.