In recent years, Edge had dedicated himself to cinema and the world of TV series, since his work in the world of pro-wrestling now seemed hopelessly done because of a very serious neck injury. After almost ten years of forced retirement, the Rated R Superstar had miraculously managed to return to the scene with the WWE, after receiving the okay from the doctors of the federation, who had reconsidered his situation, seeing clear improvements and thus favoring the desire of the athlete to return to fight on the television screens of the federation.
In the last period, Edge has had very important feuds, first with Randy Orton, then with Seth Rollins and finally with AJ Styles, with the Canadian of the WWE Hall of Fame, who in recent weeks has also decided to build his own very personal stable all composed as a heel, to which in the last ppv staged just 48 hours ago, Wrestlemania Backlash, Rhea Ripley was also added, after Damian Priest joined Wrestlemania.
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Although only a few hours have passed since Rhea Ripley joined the stable called Judgment Day of Edge, WWE would have in mind to insert a fourth member to the heel faction of the Rated R Superstar, with Edge that in fact could soon have another henchman to take with you to the company rings.
According to what was reported in the last few hours by the well-known website PW Insider, in fact: "There has been some discussion about adding a fourth member to the Edge faction, Judgment Day." At the moment, no names have been announced.
We will see if in the next few days the name of this elusive fourth member will emerge or if the WWE will present him directly on stage, without AJ Styles being able to expect anything from his opponents and understand everything after the fact.
The Hall of Famer's new stable, Judgment Day, revealed its second acquisition at WrestleMania Backlash. At the recently held premium live event, Rhea Ripley joined forces with the Rated R Superstar and Damian Priest. The Nightmare helped her leader win his match against AJ Styles by pushing the latter from the top rope to the mat.
Ripley first turned heel against Liv Morgan after failing to win the Women's Tag Team Titles. She has been feuding with her former partner ever since. After cutting her promo on RAW, she took on Morgan in a match. After a back-and-forth contest, the heel came out on top.