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WWE Hall Of Famer Edge returning to the ring?

Never say never when you talk about wrestling returns but it seemed like Edge would never step in the ring again due to his neck issues.

However, as reported in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Edge got a new deal from WWE by “negotiating with both sides” (assumed to be AEW) and he ended up with a significant offer to stay with WWE.

Edge did a spear during the SummerSlam Kickoff show, the first thing he’s done in the ring in years since he couldn’t be cleared to take bumps and he has been training hard and is in great shape. Dave Melzer noted that the idea of Edge wrestling again has been talked about privately but it is not known if he can get cleared by WWE doctors.

Meltzer also noted that people in creative are under the impression that he will never wrestle again. It should be noted that they would not know anything since it would be kept a secret from most people in the company if he were to wrestle again.

Edge recently left the Edge and Christian podcast and Christian hinted that you haven’t seen the last of Edge and you never know what he will do next.

On his last podcast, Edge said, “To be perfectly honest, I think I could do a match tomorrow. I might be blown up but I’d be OK. It’s just from what I know with the WWE medical staff, they won’t allow. It is what it is, right?”

He also said that he’s been considering getting stem cell therapy. Rey Mysterio credits stem cell therapy for healing his knee issues and Kevin Nash says he feels better than he has in years due to stem cell therapy. Edge also said that a doctor told him that his neck could be “relatively healthy” within five years.

Edge said the following about wrestling one more match: “Just from the stuff I’ve experienced in the last eight years and the things I’ve done physically, it’s like ‘I could pull off one.’ I’m not saying I go back and do a year’s worth.”


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