"The Pope's Exorcist" star Russell Crowe took to Twitter to praise WWE WrestleMania 39's Hell in a Cell match between "Brood" Edge and "The Demon" Finn Balor. The match was sponsored by Crowe's upcoming horror movie, which added to the overall tone and excitement of the intense encounter.
Crowe commended both wrestlers for putting their bodies on the line and showcasing the heart and drama that is synonymous with professional wrestling. Edge, a WWE Hall of Famer, quoted Crowe's tweet and expressed gratitude for his narration in the video package leading up to the match.
Edge credited Crowe's narration for setting the tone of the story, which helped him and Balor to deliver a match that lived up to the hype. Balor and Edge put on an incredible display of athleticism and bravery, with the match lasting almost 20 minutes.
The two stars pulled off spectacular moves, including an Impaler DDT off a ladder and Edge throwing the ladder at Balor's head, which resulted in Balor bleeding and needing medical attention.
Edge wins potentially last WrestleMania match
Despite the injury, the match continued, but it reportedly had to be cut short due to the injury.
Edge emerged victorious after delivering a devastating Spear to Balor, potentially marking Edge's final WrestleMania match if he decides to retire this year. The intense match brought an end to the months-long feud between Edge and The Judgment Day, with the group now shifting their focus towards Rey Mysterio and Bad Bunny.
The Hell in a Cell match between Edge and Finn Balor was undoubtedly one of the standout moments of WWE WrestleMania 39. Both wrestlers showed incredible athleticism, bravery, and dedication to their craft. The match was made even more exciting with the addition of Russell Crowe's narration and sponsorship of his upcoming horror movie.
The wrestling world is eagerly awaiting to see what's next for Edge and Finn Balor, as they have both proven to be among the top performers in the industry. Fans are already looking forward to the next WrestleMania event, as it is sure to bring even more unforgettable moments and intense battles in the world of professional wrestling.