Is Edge's retirement coming soon?

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Is Edge's retirement coming soon?

As expected, Edge was the great protagonist of this week's episode of Raw, broadcast live from Toronto. The "Rated R Superstar" defeated Damian Priest after an incredible Canadian Destroyer-Spear combo, all under the eyes of his beloved partner Beth Phoenix, present at ringside.

The Hall of Famer then came to her rescue, sending a clear message to Rhea Ripley. With the cameras off and the episode over, Edge took the microphone and held a moving promo to thank the fans: "30 years ago, July 1, 1992, I had my first wrestling match as Adam Copeland.

I knew that one day I would be here in front of you, I knew it. What I didn't dream about is that I would have to retire for nine years and fight, fight with every fiber of my being to get it back. All of you are the reason.

This is a mutual relationship. I just went face to face with one of the best talent and future in this industry, Damian Priest. I can't wait to do it some more. ”Edge then added:“ I can't wait to go back one last time, one last time here in Toronto.

I'm looking at the calendar, we usually come here in August. So next August, I'm going to see each of you, and in a perfect world, we'll all say goodbye that night. Hey, alright, friends. This is where I can do it. I mean it when I say it - I love you all.

In case you missed it, I love being Canadian."

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Should Edge's words turn into reality, fans will witness his definitive retirement in the summer of 2023. Just recently, to Bleacher Report, the Canadian had revealed that he was ready to fire his last cartridges and enjoy this last run.

Many are already dreaming of a "last time" between Edge and John Cena as a possible Hall of Famer retirement match. Edge joined Sirius XM's Busted Open Radio today to discuss his documentary on A&E airing this Sunday.

“When I was down when I tore my tricep, initially they wanted me to be on the creative team. I tried it for like three weeks and I felt like if I'm a talent, I shouldn't be in there. You know, I didn't want to ostracize myself and it didn't feel right.

So I said, well, who needs help with promos. Give me seven people and I'll zoom with them an hour a day and I will try and help them find a semblance of something that they can connect to and it will translate in the promo, because I find if you have one element of truth in a promo, you can bite into it and it should flavor the rest."