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Adam Copeland Thinks He Could Have Pulled Off AEW Double or Nothing Cage Dive in His Younger Days

Posted By: Ben Kerin on Jun 19, 2024

Adam Copeland Thinks He Could Have Pulled Off AEW Double or Nothing Cage Dive in His Younger Days

Former AEW TNT Champion Adam Copeland suffered a fractured tibia while wrestling Malakai Black in a Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match at the AEW Double or Nothing 2024 pay-per-view event. As a result, he vacated the title and underwent surgery.

In a new interview with Freddie Prinze Jr., Copeland discussed the injury sustained during the cage dive. He said,

“Only what I know is that it’s not [ready] for weight bearing for eight to ten weeks, which is by far the most frustrating part. This is the same leg I tore my Achilles on, so I kinda know what it is and it’s just a whole lot of doing nothing. Once I get walking again, that’s when I can have a better gauge of, oh this is going to be a six month or eight month. I guess it was just a bad area, you never want to break your leg, but it was just above the ankle joint, which I guess is called a pilon fracture. There’s more that comes into it in terms of the healing process with the tissue, with the blood flow — and I’m 50, so I have to be a realist and understand that my body is gonna play some limitations on myself that weren’t there before. Hence, why I got hurt. I truly think when I was 30, I could have pulled it off.”

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— Ben Kerin Jun 19, 2024 05:53PM

Tags: #aew #adam copeland #edge #double or nothing

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