At 50 years old, Adam Copeland has a retirement date in mind; knowing his current AEW run will be the final one of his storied career.
Adam Copeland Knows Retirement Date After AEW Run
Adam Copeland knows this is the final run of his pro wrestling career. Therefore, he needs to enjoy the ride.
Instantly, he entered into a feud with his longtime friend, Christian Cage. Basically, that angle has been going on for a few months and shows no signs of slowing-down.
As for Copeland, he knows his time inside the ring is not long. Speaking with Sam Roberts, Copeland thinks the next two years, maybe less now considering he has been with AEW for months, is all he has left competing.
“I can do this for a limited time because it is all limited,” said Copeland. “Even though it’s been four or five years back now, it’s not like I got another four or five in front of me.”
“I know I don’t. We’re looking at like a two-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 and to do that and I want to be there more to do.”
He noted the current schedule is more bearable. Back in the peak of his WWE run, he was the road around 250 days each year.
Basically, that was common and remains similar today.
Then, going as Edge, “The Rate R Superstar” was forced into retirement. The WWE Hall of Famer did get cleared from injury and spent several years again in WWE.
So, will Adam Copeland spent another two years for AEW before retiring or will he stick around longer?