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Top AEW Star Says He Has 2 Years Left In Wrestling

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WWE Hall of Famer Edge aka Adam Copeland joined AEW last year because he wanted to work with his best friend Christian Cage once again before retiring.

During an interview on the Not Sam Wrestling podcast, Copeland (age 50) noted that he has 2 more years left as a pro-wrestling.

Here’s what The Rated-R Superstar said:

“I can do this for a limited time, because it is all limited. Even though it’s been 4 or 5 years back now, it’s not like I got another 4 or 5 in front of me. I know I don’t.

We’re looking at like a 2 year window here to be able to get as much done as I can get done, tell as many stories as I can, and try and help talent along the way with that and I need to be there more to do that because even still, it’s not like the schedule was back when I was riding 220 or 250 days a year.

At most, it’s two times a week and that’s very doable to still be the dad I need to be, to be the partner I need to be. I still have the time and the energy to do that because it’s not as all consuming as it was. I don’t let it be as all consuming as it used to be either.

But by the schedule, it just becomes less all consuming. I wanted to be able to do as much as I could while I could and that felt like the place I was going to be able to be allowed to do that. That’s when it really, I was like, that’s where I gotta go.”

Adam is currently feuding with Christian and defeated him at the Worlds End PPV to win the TNT Championship.

However, he immediately lost the Title back to Christian after Luchasaurus attacked him and Christian used Luchasaurus’ title match contract to have a rematch with Adam and pinned him.

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