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Johnny Gargano Rips Adam Cole Before NXT Takeover: In Your House

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Former WWE NXT Champion Johnny Gargano recently took part in a Global Press Conference for this weekend’s NXT Takeover: In Your House event.

The panel featured the 5 men who will be in the main event of the show tonight. Karrion Kross will be defending his title against Pete Dunne, Johnny Gargano, Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly.

During the conference, Johnny Gargano discussed Adam Cole, one of the men he will be facing to try and win the belt.

‘There’s always revenge on my mind” Gargano began, speaking on Cole. “I am very loyal to the people that are loyal to me, but if you spite me, I do not forget. I always remember.”

Johnny Gargano on Adam Cole

“But we’re talking about something that happened two years ago” Johnny Gargano added. “Part of me thinks I should thank Adam Cole, because I sat back and I watched him go to Cleveland, Ohio, with the NXT Championship.”

“Go to my dad’s restaurant. I watched that happen. Then what did people do? They still cheered for him” Gargano noted. “That taught me that people, they’re not loyal. They still cheered a piece of garbage.”

“Yes, Adam Cole is a piece of garbage, but I respect his accomplishments. I respect what he is capable of in that ring ’” but that was almost two years ago” Johnny Wrestling noted.

“Looking around this room, after what Adam Cole has pulled the last two weeks, after he threw a chair in my face, I think everyone here in that 5-Way wants to kick Adam Cole’s teeth down his throat” Gargano stated.

Johnny Gargano would then make reference to Adam Cole’s partner, AEW Women’s Champion Dr Britt Baker D.M.D. “Monday morning, I think he is going to be very happy he knows a good dentist” Gargano concluded.

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