In the ever-dynamic world of professional wrestling, speculation is rife about the future of WWE Hall of Famer, Edge. After an enthralling performance in his hometown of Toronto during the August 18 edition of SmackDown, where he emerged victorious over Sheamus, questions have been swirling about his next move.
His bout with Sheamus is widely believed to have been his last in a WWE ring. As whispers grew louder, it emerged that Edge had been shifted from WWE's internal rosters. Initial interpretation deemed this as a sign of his departure, but later it was clarified that he was merely moved to another list within the company.
The suspense doesn’t end there. Official reports confirm that Edge's contract with WWE will come to an end on September 30. Interestingly, Edge disclosed having an extension offer from WWE but remained ambiguous about his final decision.
Edge's AEW Debut?
The wrestling community has since been abuzz with rumors that Edge might be considering a switch to AEW. With his WWE contract expiration date fast approaching, the timing couldn't be more perfect for him to make a surprise appearance at AEW's WrestleDream on October 1.
When Swerve Strickland, an AEW talent, was approached about the possibility of Edge's inclusion, he enthusiastically responded in a chat with MuscleManMalcolm. "Absolutely. I'd love to see him in AEW," he stated, revealing his admiration for the wrestling legend.
Reflecting on his collaboration with Edge's former tag team partner, Christian, Strickland shared a poignant memory of them executing a double spear move, highlighting the profound influence Edge has had on his career. As the wrestling world waits with bated breath for Edge's decision, AEW's upcoming event, WrestleDream, has more to offer.
Swerve Strickland is set to clash with Hangman Adam Page in one of the main bouts. The event will culminate with Christian Cage putting his TNT Championship on the line against Darby Allin in a gripping two out of three falls match.