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Adam Copeland Believes He Could’ve Pulled Off Cage Dive When He Was Younger

Adam Copeland

Adam Copeland, the ex-AEW TNT Champion, broke his shin bone during a match against Malakai Black in a Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match at the AEW Double or Nothing 2024 pay-per-view.

Due to this injury, he had to give up his title and have an operation. During a recent interview with Freddie Prinze Jr., Copeland discussed the cage match.

“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.”

H/T to Fightful for the transcription

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