7-Time WWE Champ Revealed as Brain Behind Jay White Attack!



by ATIA MUKHTAR

7-Time WWE Champ Revealed as Brain Behind Jay White Attack!
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During the gripping finale of the recent AEW Dynamite, viewers were left gasping as Jay White faced an unexpected ambush from masked assailants. Fresh off a verbal confrontation with AEW World Champion MJF, it seemed evident that this was a precursor to a showdown for the title.

But as the show neared its end, events took a shocking twist that has had fans buzzing with speculation. Rumors swirling around the wrestling community suggest that none other than WWE Hall of Famer, the seven-time world champion, Edge, might be the orchestrator of the backstage ambush on the Bullet Club Gold leader.

In the midst of recent whispers, there has been significant chatter about Edge, also known as the Rated "R" Superstar, nearing a contract signing with AEW. If these are more than just rumors, it would suggest that this surprise attack was Edge's calculated move to cement his AEW debut with a bang.

Is Edge Making the Leap to AEW?

For months now, the wrestling realm has been abuzz with the speculation of the Hall of Famer switching allegiances. Especially post his climactic match on SmackDown against Sheamus, the whispers of Edge joining AEW have grown louder.

Securing Adam Copeland, or Edge, would indeed be a coup for AEW, marking one of the biggest signings in their history. However, counter-opinions exist. Veteran wrestling journalist, Bill Apter, while speaking on UnSKripted, shared a different perspective, "In my eyes, Edge is loyal to WWE, and I genuinely feel he will stay that way." [H/T Sportskeeda] Nevertheless, excitement is in the air as fans keenly await the future of the Rated "R" Superstar.

Could he be on the brink of joining AEW towards the twilight of his career? Or will he remain loyal to the WWE brand? As the world of wrestling remains abuzz with anticipation, only time will unveil what lies in store for this iconic Hall of Famer.

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