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Current ROH Champ Talks Wanting a Wrestlemania Moment

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Ring of Honor heavyweight champion, Adam Cole did a recent interview with United Kingdom based website, Metro and commented on many items including whether or not he’s interested in working for the WWE.

“This is the most honest answer I can give because ask that question all the time. If I was to tell you that I don’t want to have a Wrestlemania moment someday I would 100% be lying to you. I see that for myself one day, but timing is so important in a career like this. For me right now, after just winning the ROH title again and starting my career in NJPW, I need to focus all my energy on this right now, because if I start focusing on wanting to go to WWE, I’m not going to be focusing on what I have in front of me. Honest to God I’m not even thinking about WWE right now, I’m focused totally on the next few months with my ROH contract and with NJPW, and when the time comes to think about what happens next, a lot of options will be weighed out.”

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