In the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, we saw WWE Rated R Superstar Edge return to having a much shorter haircut look than she recently had. Already a few years ago, during his forced retirement from wrestling, Edge had decided to cut his hair, leaving the fans who followed him from afar literally shocked, loving him even though he could no longer fight for his neck injury.
From one day to the next, Edge thus showed up in the rings of Monday Night Raw and then in the WWE rings, with a completely different cut than before, with fans of the WWE Universe who were a little surprised by what, as the previous look was fine with the character that Edge is currently bringing to the stage, as the leader of Judgment Day.
Obviously, this new look has been accepted by the management of the Stamford company, which always has a moral and physical code, to bring about certain changes, such as that of the look. In the past, in fact, several athletes have been recalled and even fined, for having changed their look without the consent of the company, which in the meantime had already prepared posters, billboards, action figures and so on with the old look of these Superstars.
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With regard to this matter, it has emerged in the last few hours thanks to the microphones of the Fightful Select, the list of Superstars of WWE Raw and Smackdown, who are allowed to cut their hair in the backstage of the various TV tapings, with the other young stars of the company who instead they must ask permission from the company, maybe even weeks before, before changing their look or being able to go only to the hairdresser.
Let's see who these names are: Raw: - AJ Styles, Bobby Lashley, Cody Rhodes, Damian Priest, Dolph Ziggler, Edge, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, The Miz, Randy Orton, Riddle and Seth Rollins. Smackdown: - Drew McIntyre, Happy Corbin, Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Kofi Kingston, Madcap Moss, Paul Heyman, Ricochet, Roman Reigns, Sami Zayn.
Sheamus and Xavier Woods. These are therefore the only ones who can get their hair cut backstage, with the hairdressers making WWE available for its Superstars. All the others, on the other hand, must have their own personal hairdresser and obviously must always ask the WWE permission if they want to change their hairstyle, cut or color of their hair, under penalty of a hard recall from the WWE, as it was a few years ago for Rusev, who he cut his hair almost to zero, without asking anyone anything, radically changing the physiognomy of his character in the federation rings.