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Jim Cornette: AEW has wasted Adam Cole

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Former WWE on-screen personality and outspoken wrestling commentator Jim Cornette has stated that AEW has wasted Adam Cole in his early run with the company.

Speaking on The Jim Cornette Experience, Cornette outlined why he sees what All Elite have done with Cole as being wasteful of the top talent.

‘Adam Cole was one of the best performers in the world in NXT. I looked forward to his matches and interviews, and now he is doing bad skits with jobbers and mascots” Cornette began.

“Adam, I don’t know if you are embarrassed to be doing what you are doing with interacting with these clowns, but you should be!” Cornette continued.

‘They [AEW] have completely wasted Adam Cole. I just saw something that said that Kyle O’Reilly is not going to re-sign with NXT, and they have already got Fish.

“The only thing, and they better hurry, because if they reform The Undisputed Era, this fanbase would especially love it that this group is in their swimming pool” Cornette stated.

“That can be the only thing that can rehab poor Adam Cole from being seen as one of these silly f*cking play children, and they better do it quick” Cornette concluded.

Jim Cornette on Adam Cole

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