WWE Hall of Famer Edge has sent shockwaves through the pro-wrestling universe with his monumental return at Royal Rumble. No one could have imagined to see him back in a wrestling ring, ever. But he made the impossible task true and thereby was back to be present on the Road to WrestleMania. It was a pleasant surprise for the fans to see him coming out of retirement.
His second appearance came on RAW the very next night, where he confirmed that WWE eventually cleared him to participate in matches, again as he could now be able to end his career on his terms.
The very next moment, Edge was attacked by Randy Orton in a vicious manner. A Con-chair-to was performed to send him straight into a hospital and write him off the TV. There’s no update on his current physical condition.
Now, it’s just a storyline angle between Edge and Randy Orton that will continue unfolding on WWE Raw. This would help to build up a huge WrestleMania match between two of the most veteran competitors of WWE history. So at any point, Edge could be coming back on WWE Raw to seek redemption. Updates are now available on when that could happen.
According to the reports of Brad Shepard, Edge is scheduled to return to RAW in March. This means the angle will be held back until Super ShowDown passes by, at least. Only then the WrestleMania angle will be carried forward. Here’s the update, given by the source,
“According to a source in WWE, Edge is currently scheduled to return to TV on the RAW from Brooklyn on March 2nd or the RAW from Washington DC on March 9th.”
As mentioned above, Edge vs. Randy Orton is currently scheduled for WrestleMania 36. It will be his first match in almost nine years. Edge’s last WrestleMania match aka the final match happened back in 2011 at WrestleMania 27. He defeated Alberto Del Rio to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. But the neck concussion forced him to take retirement from competition, right after that.
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