Adam Copeland says he has ticked off a bucket list item after Full Gear.
At the event, Copeland teamed with Sting and Darby Allin to take on The Patriarchy in a trios match that featured Christian fleeing the arena rather than face Adam Copeland.
On Instagram, Copeland reflected on the match, noting that it wass a bucket list item for him.
I’m 50 years old. In the second and not really supposed to be happening, final act of my wrestling career. Last night I felt like the 17 year old kid stepping into that concrete like boxing ring at Sullys Gym back in 91. To feel so excited and have so much fun at this stage of my career is such a gift. To perform in The Great Western Forum for the first time, see names like Jimi Hendrix and The Doors painted on the entrance wall, man. To team with @darbyallin who is one insanely(key word insane) talented dude, who by the way hopped on a redeye after this match to go train in Nepal to climb Mount Everest, is invigorating. To team with one of my idols @stinger in his last match in California. To share the same space and be a peer of his, well 12 yr old Adam wouldn’t be able to fathom that. Hell 50 yr old Adam doesn’t. LA, you brought it. That was a bucket lister. Thank youAdam Copeland
Ric Flair also featured at the event, accompanying the babyface team to the ring.
In the end, the babyface trio would capture the victory.
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