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Austin Jenkins (born July 5, 1989), is an American professional wrestlersigned to WWE, where he performs in NXT under the ring name Adam Cole. He is known for his work in Ring of Honor (ROH). When he performed for ROH, he became a three-time ROH World Champion, and was the first wrestler to achieve this feat. In addition, he is a one-time ROH World Television Champion. He is also known for his time in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW).» Continue Reading


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  2018/06/14
NXT Results-June 13th,2018
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We see the Undisputed Era outside of Full Sail while Kyle O’Reilly gets ready for his match. They see the camera and Adam Cole tells the cameraman to leave.

Match Number Four: Kyle O’Reilly versus Pete Dunne for the WWE UK Championship

Kyle goes for the injured leg but Dunne avoids him. Kyle with a kick to the leg. They go to a Greco Roman Knuckle Lock and Kyle goes to the mat and he takes Dunne to the mat and gets a near fall. Dunne with a bridge and he goes for a double wrist lock but Kyle escapes and goes for an arm bar. Dunne with a hammer lock but Kyle escapes. Dunne with a cartwheel and then he pulls at the fingers for some joint manipulation and then he applies a head lock and stomps on the hand.

Dunne with a clothesline and Kyle tries to go to the floor but Dunne stops him. Kyle with elbows and he goes to the floor but Dunne kicks the left arm. Dunne with an X Plex onto the apron. Dunne sends Kyle back into the ring and he applies a surfboard with a fish hook. Dunne works on the left hand and then drives the knees into the mat. Kyle with an Irish whip and Kyle kicks Dunne in the back of the leg as he tries to flip out of the corner.

Kyle with kicks to the injured leg and he sends Dunne to the mat with a running kick to the leg. Kyle works on the shoulder and he hits an atomic drop to the knee adn he applies an Achilles Lock. Dunne goes for Kyle’s ankle and they both release the hold. Dunne slaps Kyle but Kyle kicks Dunne in the injured hamstring. Dunne with an enzuigiri and both men are down. Dunne with punches to Kyle as he backs the challenger into the corner.

Dunne flips out of the corner and he goes for a German suplex but Kyle with a standing switch. Dunne lands on his feet on the German suplex and he kicks Kyle in the back. Dunne with a sit out power bomb for a near fall and Kyle with a triangle after kicking out. Dunne gets a near fall when Kyle’s shoulders are on the mat. Dunne with a kick to the arm and he goes for a double wrist lock and body scissors. Kyle counters with a head and arm triangle. Kyle with a kick to the chest and he gets a near fall. Kyle with a brainbuster for a near fall.

Kyle kicks Dunne in the head and Dunne knocks the kicks away. Kyle kicks Dunne in the injured leg and follows with a punch and knee to the head. Kyle misses a leg sweep but Dunne connects with a forearm and it sends Kyle into the corner. Dunne goes for Bitter End but Kyle counters into a guillotine and body scissors. Dunne goes for the wrist lock and he sets for an X Plex into an arm bar. Kyle escapes and applies an ankle lock.

Kyle misses a punch and Pete has the hands and Dunne with a head butt and both men are down. They back into each other and they both connect with punches. Kyle with a knee but he misses a stomp. Kyle with an axe kick but Dunne with an enzuigiri. Dunne with a forearm to the head as O’Reilly charges at him. Both men are down. Dunne grabs the fingers and he punches Kyle but Kyle punches back. Kyle tries to pick up Dunne but he sends him back to the mat with forearms. Kyle takes Dunne’s mouthguard out and Dunne hits Bitter End for the three count.

Winner: Pete Dunne (retains Championship)

After the match, Strong and Cole attack Dunne and kick him.

Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch make their way to the ring and they take care of Strong and Cole. Dunne with punches to Strong and Cole pulls Dunne to the floor to save Strong. Dunne with forearms and punches to Cole as they go to the back. The four men who will be battling for the tag titles brawl in the ring until Burch and Lorcan send them to the floor.

 
  2018/06/09
NXT North American Champion Adam Cole to defend title at EVOLVE ...
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Proving to be a fighting champion, Undisputed ERA’s Adam Cole will defend the NXT North American Title at the EVOLVE 107 wrestling event in Melrose, Mass., later this month.

The Panama City Playboy’s opponent will be announced this Monday.

Presented by the WWN and EVOLVE Wrestling, EVOLVE 107 takes place at the Melrose Memorial Hall on Sunday, June 24. In addition to the NXT North American Title Match, the event will include a title defense by WWN Champion Austin Theory, as well as bouts featuring former UFC fighter and reigning EVOLVE Champion Matt Riddle, renowned Austrian powerhouse WALTER and more.

Cole’s title defense is the latest example of WWE’s working relationship with EVOLVE, one of the world’s leading independent wrestling organizations. EVOLVE has hosted WWE luminaries, from NXT General Manager William Regal and WWE Performance Center coach Robbie Brookside to Sami Zayn and NXT Champion Aleister Black, at its events in the past. EVOLVE wrestlers also competed at this year’s WrestleMania Axxess in New Orleans, featuring title defenses by then-WWN Champion Keith Lee and EVOLVE Tag Team Champions Chris Dickinson & Jaka.

Click here for ticket information and other details about EVOLVE 107, and follow EVOLVE on Twitter for further updates as the event nears.

 
  2018/05/24
NXT Results-May 23rd,2018
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The Undisputed Era are in the back and Adam Cole says that last week was a fluke. The funniest part of last week was that they will hang their hats on that victory their entire careers. Roderick says they should not be facing them at Takeover. Kyle says it is Pete Dunne’s fault for giving them false hope. They didn’t even know who they were. Bobby says the charade comes to an end in Chicago. Roderick says he has no patience and he waits for no man. He wants Mr. Number Two Daniel Burch. He will show Burch that last week was a fluke and they are way out of their league.

 
  2018/04/06
Adam Cole: I want to have the biggest personality in the room an...
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Before Adam Cole heads to the Smoothie King Center for NXT TakeOver: New Orleans, this Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on WWE Network, I chatted with him about how much he’s learned during his time in NXT, what makes the NXT crowds special and what it was like to meet Shawn Michaels.

About a year ago you said that if you made the jump to WWE that you would want to start off in NXT as opposed to going right to the main roster, flash forward to now and you’re an established star in NXT. Is this part of your journey everything you thought it would be?

“Yeah for sure. When I come into a situation, especially like this one in NXT, my goal is to get to perform in front of these fans, to get to wrestle with these guys, who are in my opinion, some of the best wrestlers in the entire world. I felt like I could fit really well in this environment and I think I have. To get the chance to do what I’ve done here so far has been a total blast and so much fun.

But at the same time it’s exceeded my expectations in many ways. I’ve gotten to do things in NXT, and even WWE, that I didn’t imagine I would get the chance to do. Very happy with the journey so far.”

In what ways have you grown as a performer since coming to WWE?

“There’s just such a better understanding of who I am actually as a performer. You fall kind of into … I don’t want to say a routine because you’re always trying to improve and get better, but when you wrestle for certain organizations time-and-time again, you kind of fall into this routine of performing a certain way and having matches a certain way. Also, after a while you’ve wrestled everyone over-and-over again.

Getting to come here and getting to wrestle a bunch of new talent, some guys I’ve met before and some guys that I’ve never met before. It puts you in a situation where you learn to adapt and change, whether it be character wise, things that you do in the ring. It just gives you new challenges.

I’m teaming a lot more with Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly, so that throws me into a different situation as far as learning to wrestle as part of a team as opposed to working solo most of the time.

Also the fans, I’ve noticed in each and every promotion, even though there are a lot of similarities in many different ways, NXT is a totally different animal.

Overall, adapting has been the biggest growing point for me.”

Interesting, in what ways are the NXT crowds different from the other promotions you’ve worked for.

“The NXT fans to me are in love and so infatuated with the characters. So to me when you see a guy like Velveteen Dream or No Way Jose and the way that they’re so invested in them as performers, not even necessarily with what they’re doing between the ropes, but in their entrances.

I feel the connection with the audience is just so much greater than anything I’ve felt before. It’s pretty incredible, especially when you’re at TakeOver events.”

When I watch the backstage segments with you, Kyle, and Bobby, they come off like old school nWo style promos. Obviously the music playing in the background, which sounds like a new age nWo theme, and the camera angles help, but it’s the natural chemistry you guys have on camera because it seems like you’re just having fun and being yourselves on camera. I would imagine it has to be awesome to just bounce off of each other while filming those.

“Oh man yeah, it’s so much fun. I think that’s exactly why it comes off that way. Me, Bobby, and Kyle are as close as it gets. That’s not just a performance. I’ve known Kyle O’Reilly since 2009 and I was in his wedding. I’ve known Bobby Fish for years and years, we used to travel together all of the time. We talk every single day.

So when we’re there and we’re talking in front of the camera, that’s just us having a good time and I think that’s a big reason why the group works so well. It’s very natural because it’s very real. So I think in turn how we project ourselves comes off as fun because we are genuinely having a great time together.”

Speaking of coming off natural, you come off so natural on the microphone. I talked with Ronda [Rousey] this week about where she’s at in terms of speed while talking in front of the live audience and then I asked Roman [Reigns] about it and he talked about how he was able to process the idea of taking his time to make sure he stopped rushing through his material.

Is the speaking part of the business something that you were able to gravitate towards and get comfortable with quickly?

“I think so. There is a constant growth process. I think that’s why I love this job so much. There’s no such thing as completely perfecting every area of it, you’re always trying to get better at it.

For me, I picked up the promo aspect of pro wrestling much faster than the actual wrestling part of it. I was always fairly athletic and I could do things even from the beginning of my career, when I was 18 and 19 years old. I was always the guy who could always string words together and found what I was saying to be actually believable however I was trying to come across, whether that be somewhat likeable or somewhat of a jerk.

I don’t know why that is, but I remember as a kid just being so fascinated by guys who were good talkers. Even in movies. I used to love the way James Bond villains would act and how cool they came across and how awful they seemed, but what they were saying was so believable.

I’ve always been fascinated by guys, especially bad guys, who were able to talk a certain way, tell stories with their words and just paint this beautiful picture for that you just completely rode along with. I’ve focused a fair amount of time on making sure that promos were something I really focused on.”

Your in-ring style is very interesting to me. You’re a smaller guy, but you work a style that is similar to a lot of bigger guys and it’s because of this slower pace that the spots actually mean something, especially when you build up to the climax of a match. Is that a pace that you’ve always had, or was there a certain point where you were like, OK I need to slow down now and figure out what works for me?

“That was something I developed over time. When I first started, I was definitely a guy that was doing every move under the sun and I was going a million miles an hour and just trying to wow the fans as much as I could. I thought that was the way to get them invested in me. Don’t get me wrong, that style is very impressive, but I on purpose work a certain style. It’s very important for me to do that.

It’s obvious that I’m not the biggest guy in the world, but I want to have the biggest personality in the room and part of that personality isn’t just on the microphone. That’s the way I have to project myself in the ring as well.

All of my favorites in this business really took their time. They made everything they did mean something. Every movement they made had a purpose and that’s the type of performer I’m most comfortable being and that’s the type of performer I want to be too.”

There are so many performers doing unbelievable things we’ve never seen before on what feels like a weekly basis now, but after 20, 30 minutes go by and the match ends, I’ve seen so many big spots that it just feels like a blur, where as your matches build up to a few big spots that are easy to remember.

For instance, I watched your match with AJ [Styles] in Ring of Honor recently and you guys worked such a slower pace, but it built up to a huge finishing spot that is going to stick with the viewer. When I come across a match like that one it just feels so different in comparison to a lot of the matches we’re seeing nowadays.

“Sure, sure. You bring up AJ and he’s the king of that. AJ is a guy that can do anything under the sun. He’s one of the most athletically gifted guys there is, but AJ is able to place his stuff and put it in situations where he has the fans completely in the palm of his hand.

He knows he can do anything, but he knows that the biggest reaction he’s going to get from the audience is working a certain style and taking them on this ride by building a story within the match.

Doing a million things is very impressive, but if you forget 90 percent of it, it’s kind of a shame.”

How many times has someone come up to you at the Performance Center and said you look like Shawn Michaels?

“(Laughs) More times than I can count. Whether that be at the Performance Center, whether that be fans. I think I get at least five or six tweets a week about how I look like Shawn Michaels. To me it’s just a giant compliment.”

Has he said that to you?

“Yeah! When we first met he said, ‘A lot of people tell me that you and I look alike and now that I met ya I see what they mean.”

Who is somebody in NXT that you haven’t had the opportunity to work with yet that you’re looking forward to getting in the ring with?

“I’ll tell you what, I would love the chance to have any sort of a program with Velveteen Dream. I think that guy has so much potential. He’s so good now. His understanding of the industry for his age is unbelievable. His natural talent is the same. I watch him, I’m captivated by what he does, so to get the chance to be in there with him in some capacity would be great.”

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  2018/03/15
NXT Results & Media -March 14th,2018
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Match Number Four: Adam Cole (with Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish) versus Pete Dunne for the WWE UK Championship

They lock up and Dunne backs Cole into the corner but Cole with a clean break. Dunne goes after Kyle on the floor and Bobby tells Dunne to stay back. Dunne returns to the ring and Cole kicks Dunne. Cole with a front face lock and Dunne gets to the ropes. Dunne with a forearm and he tells Kyle and Bobby to come into the ring. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he pulls at the fingers and then puts the hand on the mat and stomps on the elbow. Dunne puts the hand on the mat again and Dunne kicks the elbow this time. Cole goes to the apron and Dunne follows. Dunne with a waist lock but Cole with a back elbow. Dunne goes to the turnbuckles and comes down with a boot to the injured arm.

Dunne with a suplex throw onto the apron and then they return to the ring. Kyle and Bobby get on the apron and Cole pushes Dunne off the turnbuckles and Cole pushes him to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Dunne with an X Plex. Cole and Dunne with forearms and Cole with a kick. Cole with an Irish whip and Dunne flips over Cole and hits an enzuigiri. Dunne with a boot to the elbow from the turnbuckles. Dunne with a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he sets for the Bitter End but Cole escapes and hits a lungblower. Both men are down on the mat.

Cole goes for a suplex but Dunne counters into a guillotine and a double wrist lock with a body scissors. Cole gets out of the hold and hits a bicycle kick and an Ushigoroshi for a near fall. Cole taunts Dunne and pie faces him. Cole with a forearm but Dunne with a forearm that sends Cole into the corner. Fish and O’Reilly check on Cole. Dunne blocks a super kick and Cole with an enzuigiri. Cole with a super kick. Dunne with an enzuigiri. Dunne comes off the turnbuckles with a moonsault but Cole with a kick to the head and Cole gets a near fall.

Cole misses the Shining Wizard and Dunne hits a German suplex. Dunne goes for the Bitter End but Fish and O’Reilly get on the apron. Dunne takes care of them. Cole with a super kick and Cole hits Last Shot but Dunne kicks out at two. Dunne pulls at the fingers and Cole misses a round kick. Dunne tries for Bitter End but Kyle hits Pete from behind and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Pete Dunne (by disqualification)

After the match, Kyle and Bobby attack Dunne and Cole with a super kick. Roderick Strong comes out and he goes after Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly. The numbers are too much for Strong. Dunne recovers and Strong and Dunne clean house.

Strong offers his hand to Dunne but Dunne does not shake it. Dunne leaves the ring.

 
  2017/10/19
NXT Results-October 18th,2017
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In the parking lot, The Undisputed Era tries to speak with Roderick Strong. We can’t hear any auto of the confrontation but Strong doesn’t seem to be interested in whatever Adam Cole is selling.

Six Man Tag Match: The Undisputed Era vs SAnity

Fish kicks Wolfe in the leg. Fish tries it again but Wolfe catches Fish’s foot. Wolfe decks Fish. Fish tags in O’Reilly. Wolfe picks up O’Reilly and toss him clear across the ring. Young tags in and hits an elbow. Dain is in. Dain splashes O’Reilly in the corner. Running elbow by Wolfe. Fish distracts Young long enough for O’Reilly to land a flurry of strikes. Fish sends Young into the corner. Young grabs Cole by the throat Fish kicks Young in the back of the head. Young falls to the outside. After a short break, Cole is raining down punches on Young. Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly take turns working over Young. Double suplex by Fish and O’Reilly. O’Reilly knocks Wolfe off the apron with a running boot. O’Reilly charges at Young but Young moves out of the way.

O’Reilly crashes into the corner. Young crawls to tag in Dain. Fish cuts Young off but Young escapes and tags in Dain. Dain clear the ring. Dain blast O’Reilly with a front dropkick. Dain lands on Fish in a senton. Dain Samoan drops O’Reilly and fall away slams Fish at the same time. Senton splash by Dain. Dain hits a Vader Bomb on Fish but Cole breaks up the pin. Young and Wolfe hit a leaping neck breaker/back suplex combo on O’Reilly. Fish and O’Reilly are down so Cole is all alone. SAnity surrounds Cole. Dain brings Cole back into the ring by his head. Young, Wolfe, and Dain set Cole up in what looked to be a double powerbomb/leg drop combo. Before SAnity can hit their finish, The Authors of Pain’s music hits. The AoP and Paul Ellering storm down to ringside. Wofle runs right into a big boot by Rezar. Young dives through the ropes but Akam sends Young into the ramp face first. Akam and Rezar double team Dain then hit the Supercollider on Wolfe and Young. Ellering hands Akama and Rezar the tag titles as Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly look on in terror.