— Cole Karter (@ColeKarter1) April 12, 2021
Cole Karter AEW Debut
At just 20 years of age Karter gets a huge opportunity to wrestle for AEW. With his debut seemingly coming just last year under the International Wrestling Cartel (IWC) banner. Not long after he debuted Karter took on recent AEW debutant Bill Collier and even competed on an AAWPro event against IMPACT Wrestling star Rohit Raju. It’s been a quick rise through the ranks for Carter who will be looking to seize this opportunity.
Andrew Palace AEW Debut
Andrew Palace is another performer from IWC and is their current world heavyweight champion. Unlike the newcomer Karter, Palace has been wrestling for almost 10 years and picked up a number of championships along the way. He is a two-time IWC World Heavyweight champion, a two-time IWC Super Indy champion, two-time VOW tag team champion, and has held gold in at least three other companies in his career.
Both performers will be representing IWC on the big stage and will have to work together if they want to stand any chance of competing with a freak of nature like Comoroto.
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