Britt Baker Reveals Whether She & Adam Cole Are Planning To Have Kids


Adam Cole will be making his in-ring return on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

In a recent interview with TV Insider, the AEW wrestler commented on why he chose Daniel Garcia for his return match, the reason why he decided to participate in AEW All Access, and more.


In the same interview, Britt Baker D.M.D. opened up on the possibility of her and Adam Cole starting a family.

You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On why he chose Garcia: “I’ve wanted to wrestle Daniel Garcia for a long time. When I look at him, he is one of the bright young stars in AEW. There is no doubt in my mind someday he can be the guy running the show in AEW. I think he is that good. For me to come back, I wanted to test myself against one of the best. I’m excited and thrilled and honest to god, it’s the first match back.”

On deciding to participate in AEW All Access: “The process was intimidating getting that private, especially at such a low point in my career and my life. The crazy amount of support from so many fans who had no idea what I was going through meant the world to me. I think the idea of capturing the ups and downs of the entire process, where the fans could go along for the ride and understand what happened. I’m glad we did it.”

Britt Baker on if they are planning to have kids: “We’ve been getting that question since the first week we started dating. I have the mindset of when you know and forever is forever. You don’t need to rush that. We are so incredibly busy right now with wrestling and everything else. We live in Florida. Our entire family is in Pennsylvania. It does not make sense right now. Someday yes, but we don’t have the time. There are some weeks I’m only home two days out of the week and then for the whole month. It logistically doesn’t make sense right now.”

Baker on what impact the show will have: “What I love about this show is it really is all-access. It goes into wrestling and what goes into making a wrestling show, but it goes into us as wrestlers and people. It humanizes us. I hope it shows the brutality and how wrestling hurts. There is nothing fake about it. The whole first episode we talk about this whole career-ending head injury and I’m getting a shot in my back. It’s not a fake shot. I hope we add a little more respect to the pro wrestling business.”

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