In recent days, one of the most prominent WWE Superstars who has received more time in the WWE spotlight, with good reason, as the athlete won this year's Royal Rumble for men, has been the Rated R Superstar: Edge. After having sensationally won the royal brawl with 30 men, entering with the number 1 and beating the competition of 29 other colleagues, including that Randy Orton who until the end tried to put a spoke in the wheel in the race towards Wrestlemania of the Hall of Famer of the Stamford company, Edge has begun to warn all WWE world champions, including NXT.
After appearing in the Monday Night Raw episode, Edge began working overtime, also appearing for the first time in the NXT rings, in the episode aired tonight, with WWE also having abundantly publicized the thing, to try to raise the ratings of the yellow show, in view of the eternal challenge with AEW's Dynamite.
Edge will keep a close eye on Finn Balor
Obviously, the Rated R Superstar appeared at NXT for aparticular reason, which is to warn the absolute champion of the show, Finn Balor, since he too could be one of the people that Edge will want to go to challenge at Wrestlemania, collecting so his title shot won at the Rumble at the end of January.
During a segment spoken between the NXT Champion and his current rival, Pete Dunne, it was the turn of the multi-champion Edge to enter the CWC in Orlando, who warned both Dunne and Balor, in view of their challenge on Valentine's Day, where the NXT roster will stage a special event, named NXT TakeOver: Vengeance.
In the microphone segment, Edge confirmed that he has not yet made a choice on who he will challenge at Wrestlemania, but if by the 14th of this month, he still has not chosen, the titled challenge between Dunne and Balor could help Edge decide, with the Rated R Superstar who left a lot of hype and suspense to his opponents and fans of the WWE Universe.
As we recall, WWE has already made its choice with Edge, although the creative team has not yet communicated it on-screen. In the evening dedicated to Wrestlemania, Edge should in fact go to challenge the Universal Champion of Smackdown, Roman Reigns, in an epic challenge that fans can't wait to witness.
Meanwhile, however, Edge is having so much fun with his supporters. The Ultimate Opportunist then said that he would be watching Balor and Dunne's NXT Championship match at TakeOver: Vengeance Day and hinted that he could challenge for the NXT Championship at WrestleMania 37.
While the prospect of Edge challenging for the top title of NXT at the Show of Shows does sound tantalizing, rumors indicated that he could challenge WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns for the title. He also showed up this Monday on RAW to confront WWE Champion Drew McIntyre.