Tony Khan Comments On Adam Copeland’s Health Following Double Or Nothing Cage Dive

Tony Khan Comments On Adam Copeland’s Health Following Double Or Nothing Cage Dive

Adam Copeland and Malakai Black went all out during their barbed wire cage match at Double or Nothing in an attempt to steal the show. However, the big talking point coming out of the match wasn’t the surprise appearance by Gangrel but instead, the elbow drop Copeland did from the top of the cage, which appeared to injure his ankle or knees on impact.

And now, during the post-show media scrum, AEW’s head honcho Tony Khan would tell those in attendance that the WWE Hall of Famer was meant to be sat with him participating but wasn’t due to being “really beat up.

“We are checking him out, that was an amazing barbed wire cage match. I am knocking on all the wood and crossing my fingers he is okay. I was hoping he would be sitting with Tanahashi-san and me right now, he is really beat up. I hope he’s okay and it was a hard-hitting barbed wire cage match.”

Tony Khan

Copeland parted ways with WWE last September despite the company’s offer of a new deal. His decision was driven by a desire to conclude his career on his own terms, choosing to work for AEW, where he would have more creative freedom. He would go on to debut at the promotion’s WrestleDream pay-per-view in October, immediately initiating a feud with his long-term tag partner and friend, Christian Cage. Yet with their program concluded, Copeland began working with the House of Black.


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