Pro Wrestling Since 1997

Menu

Adam Cole



adam cole

Real name: Austin Jenkins
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 190 lbs.
Date of birth: July 5, 1989
Hometown: Panama City, Florida
Pro debut: April 2008
Trained by: Jon Dahmer, DJ Hyde, Al Snow, Les Thatcher
Finishing move: Figure Four Leglock

AUDIO: Gerweck interviews Adam Cole: The ROH product, CM Punk’s future, goals, and more

Biography

– In his early career, Cole occasionally competed as Adam Carelle
– On August 7, 2009, Carelle defeated Qeenan Creed to win the MCW Rage Television Title
– On November 6, 2009, Carelle defeated Rich Swann to retain the MCW Rage Television Title
– On November 7, 2009, Cole defeated VSK to win the WXW Ultimate Hybrid Title
– On November 21, 2009, Cole defeated Eric Enders to win the GBW Battle of Gettysburg Tournament
– On February 27, 2010, Cole defeated Ryan McBride in a Last Man Standing Match to win the MCW Rage Television Title
– On May 8, 2010, Cole defeated Sabian to win the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On June 12, 2010, Cole defeated Ryan Slater to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On July 10, 2010, Cole defeated Sonjay Dutt to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On July 18, 2010, Cole defeated Ryan Sawyer to win the WORLD-1 North American Title
– On August 7, 2010, Cole defeated Ryan Slater to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On September 10, 2010, Cole defeated BLK Jeez to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On October 9, 2010, Cole defeated AR Fox to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On November 6, 2010, Cole defeated Zack Sabre Jr to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– At Survival of the Fittest 2010, Cole made his first official ROH appearance. He qualified for the main match but lost out to Eddie Edwards
– On December 5, 2010, Cole defeated Ryan Sawyer to win the Shinya Hashimoto Memorial Legacy Cup
– On December 11, 2010, Cole defeated AR Fox & Tyler Veritas in separate singles matches to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On January 7, 2011, Cole defeated Ruckus to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On February 26, 2011, Cole defeated Joey Hayes to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On April 9, 2011, Cole defeated Sami Callihan to win the CZW Best of the Best Tournament. He had previously defeated Zack Sabre Jr, Jonathan Gresham & Akuma to reach the final
– On April 10, 2011, Cole defeated Rich Swann to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On May 14, 2011, Cole defeated AR Fox to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On June 11, 2011, Cole defeated Jonathan Gresham to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On August 6, 2011, Cole defeated Shiima Xion in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match to win the RCW Cruiserweight Title
– On September 10, 2011, Cole defeated Greg Excellent to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On September 25, 2011, Cole defeated MK McKinnan to win the FCP Junior Heavyweight Invitational
– On October 1, 2011, Cole defeated Chuck Taylor to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On October 9, 2011, Cole defeated AJ Curcio to retain the CZW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On June 29, 2012, Cole defeated Roderick Strong to win the ROH Television Title
– On July 7, 2012, Cole defeated Delirious, Josh Daniels, Ricky Reyes, Ruckus & Sami Callihan to win the Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup
– On July 18, 2012, Cole defeated Chris Rockwell to win the vacant DREAMS Universal Title
– On August 3, 2012, Cole fought Michael Elgin to a no contest to retain the ROH Television Title
– On September 2, 2012, Cole defeated Michael Elgin to win the PWG Battle of Los Angeles Tournament. He had previously defeated Sami Callihan, Eddie Edwards & El Generico
– On September 15, 2012, Cole defeated Mike Mondo to retain the ROH Television Title
– On October 13, 2012, Cole defeated Eddie Edwards to retain the ROH Television Title
– On November 3, 2012, Cole defeated Kyle O’Reilly to retain the ROH Telvision Title
– On November 30, 2012, Cole defeated Caleb Konley to win the PWX Heavyweight Title
– On December 1, 2012, Cole defeated Kevin Steen to win the PWG World Title
– On January 5, 2013, Cole defeated BJ Whitmer to retain the ROH Television Title
– On March 23, 2013, Cole defeated Drake Younger to retain the PWG World Title
– On June 15, 2013, Cole defeated Sami Callihan in an Iron Man Match to retain the PWG World Title
– At Best In The World ’13, Cole defeated Roderick Strong by countout
– On August 9, 2013, Cole defeated Drake Younger & Kevin Steen in a Guerrilla Warfare Match to retain the PWG World Title
– On August 23, 2013, Cole defeated Chris Vice & David Storm in a 3-Way Match to win the NHPW Art of Fighting Title, but lost it back to Vice the next day
– Cole defeated Michael Elgin on September 20, 2013, at Death Before Dishonor XI in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the finals of the tournament for the vacant ROH title
– Over the next month, Cole would defend the ROH World Title against Mark Briscoe and Roderick Strong
– On October 19, 2013, Cole defeated Kyle O’Reilly to retain the PWG World Title
– On November 15, 2013, Cole defeated Jimmy Jacobs to retain the ROH World Title
– At Final Battle ’13, Cole defeated Jay Briscoe & Michael Elgin in a 3-Way Match to retain the ROH World Title
– On December 20, 2013, Cole defeated Chris Hero to retain the PWG World Title. He retained the belt against Johnny Gargano the next night
– At ROH’s 12th Anniversary Show, Cole defeated Chris Hero to retain the ROH World Title
– On March 7, 2014, Cole defeated Matt Taven to retain the ROH World Title. He defended the belt against Chris Hero the next day
– On March 28, 2014, Cole defeated Candice LeRae to retain the PWG World Title
– At Supercard of Honor VIII, Cole defeated Jay Briscoe in a ladder match to become the undisputed ROH World Champion, retaining his title and taking over Briscoe’s unrecognized “Real World Title”
– On April 18, 2014, Cole defeated Delirious to retain the ROH World Title
– At ROH/NJPW Global Wars, Cole defeated Kevin Steen to retain the ROH World Title
– At ROH/NJPW War of the Worlds, Cole defeated Jushin Thunder Liger to retain the ROH World Title
– On June 6, 2014, Cole defeated ACH to retain the ROH World Title. He retained against Tommaso Ciampa the next night
– On November 8, 2014, Cole defeated Adam Page, Hanson, Matt Sydal, Roderick Strong & Tommaso Ciampa to win Survival of the Fittest
– In late 2014, Cole suffered a shoulder injury, which would rule him out for several months

Post Category: ROH

Tags: , ,

Comments are closed.

Sponsors

Polls

Greatest Female Wrestler tournament - Final Four

Loading ... Loading ...

Should Tony Schiavone be inducted into the GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame?

Loading ... Loading ...

Greatest Female Wrestler tournament - Final Four

Vote View Results

Loading ... Loading ...