Former WWE NXT star Adam Cole who is a former WWE NXT Champion and a former WWE NXT North American Champion recently talked about his desire to give voiceover to a video game character. He also discussed his plans for life after pro wrestling.
Adam Cole was one of the most famous names of the Independent Circuit. He was a true indie darling. He worked in the indies for almost a decade before he joined WWE in 2017. His extreme wrestling style was loved by the fans since his days from the Combat Zone Wrestling.
Adam Cole Wants To Voice Video Game Character
Cole joined WWE NXT in 2017 as mentioned above and he has been one of the most famous wrestlers of the brand since then. He formed a stable upon his debut along with Bobby Fish and his current rival Kyle O’Reilly. Later, Roderick Strong joined the stable. Together they were known as The Undisputed Era.
Adam Cole is the inaugural NXT North American Champion. He is also the longest reigning NXT Champion in the history of NXT so far. He is working as a singles star in NXT star after The Undisputed Era was dissolved and he is going really amazing.
Adam Cole who is a former WWE NXT Champion recently spoke to The Zaslow Show on 790 The Ticket (Miami) where he talked about his desire to give a voiceover to a video game character. He also discussed his plans for life after pro wrestling. He said;
“That is a scary thing sometimes for wrestlers is deciding when you get to a certain age and you realize your body can’t go through it anymore. It’s like, what am I going to do?
“Don’t get me wrong, I love pro wrestling, and I think in some capacity I’m going to be involved, whether it be behind the scenes or running a school, I think I’m going to be involved for the rest of my life, but I do like the idea of having something else to do when wrestling is finished.
“I get excited at the idea, I’ve told the chat so many times that I want to voice act in a video game. Not play myself, but play another character or commentating an e-sports event. I want to stick my toe into more stuff in the gaming world.”
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