Booker T opens up on Adam Cole's status

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Booker T opens up on Adam Cole's status

Adam Cole joined WWE in 2017 when he made his debut in NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III. He was also the leader of one of the most dominant factions in the young history of the gold and black brand, namely 'The Undisputed Era'

Cole once held the NXT Championship, as well as being successful in maintaining his title for a record 403 days. According to reports from numerous insiders, the contract that binds Adam to WWE should expire immediately after SummerSlam.

The biggest pay-per-view of the summer will be staged in Las Vegas on August 21, in the hope that no further restrictions due to the pandemic will take place. As part of his 'Hall of Fame' podcast, Booker T analyzed Cole's situation in detail.

The former WCW World Heavyweight Champion believes Adam shouldn't make hasty decisions at this point in his career.

Booker T reflects on Adam Cole

Booker T thinks it wouldn't be a smart move by Adam Cole to leave WWE and join AEW in the near future.

Adam Cole's contract will reportedly expire later this month after the SummerSlam weekend. “Surely All Elite Wrestling would be interested in talent like Adam Cole, obviously if he were to break free. I think he needs to work as hard as he can as long as he's under contract with WWE, then eventually he'll think about what comes next.

I advise him to do his job to the best of his ability, without focusing too much on what might be his future destination. I think Adam Cole worked very hard to get to the top, he doesn't have to throw everything in the bin within a few weeks.

Everything you hear on social media is ridiculous, I hope he can stay away from all the rumors about him,” explained the two-time Hall of Famer. In the opinion of Sean Ross Sapp, a well-known correspondent for 'Fightful', WWE is not at all pleased that the situation regarding Adam Cole's contract has become public knowledge.

The sirens of AEW echo in the mind of Adam, who would also find his girlfriend Britt Baker (current women's champion) and his great friend Kenny Omega there. McMahon also doesn't have the best track record with superstars of smaller stature like Adam Cole.

When looking at AEW, there are a few competitors who have seen new heights of success in their career with the company despite not being the biggest superstars. A lot of these stars are also very young in their careers, with Jungle Boy being among the most popular.