In the last week of WWE shows that aired on the USA Network and Fox TV screens, the WWE Hall of Famer Edge, as well as winner of this year's Royal Rumble for men, wanted to take part in all the weekly shows of the federation, appearing Monday on Monday Night Raw, Wednesday in the NXT rings (for the first time in his career) and Friday also on Friday Night Smackdown.
Obviously, all these appearances are part of the storyline that will see Edge go to challenge a champion of his choice, with whom he will go to share the main event of Wrestlemania 37, thanks to the victory of that real brawl to 30 men that gives him the right.
to have a title shot in the most anticipated match of the year in the whole world wrestling scene. In all the appearances made by Edge during the weekly shows, there were some backstage clips where the Rated R Superstar greeted some very specific Superstars, which according to fans and insiders, could constitute the future of WWE, as for example Damian Priest, Shinsuke Nakamura or Bronson Reed.
After seeing the greeting between the Japanese of Smackdown and the Hall of Famer that appeared on the blue show to go face to face with the champion Roman Reigns, the official profile of the WWE on Fox wanted to answer all the fans who asked for a match between the two in the WWE ring, with the official Fox profile responding positively, saying they understood that fans want to see the two engaged in the ring against each other.
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To these words, Shinsuke Nakamura also wanted to answer, asking for all this to happen, with a "Yes, Please" that encompasses everything. Since his surprise return to the WWE rings in last year's Royal Rumble edition, Edge has in fact gone to battle with very few wrestlers, given that the only great feud he had in this just ended 2020 was with only Randy Orton.
A bad arm injury then forced Edge to stay at home for several months, with this 2021 which however opened in the best way, with an unexpected Rumble victory, which would seem to have brought the Canadian back on track, ready for new big storyline and feud in the McMahon-owned federation rings, including the one against Nakamura.
Shinsuke Nakamura first came to WWE in 2016 following a successful career in Japan and wowed fans in his debut NXT match against Sami Zayn at NXT TakeOver: Dallas. Less than a year into his NXT debut, Shinsuke Nakamura won the NXT Championship for the first time. After losing the belt to Samoa Joe, he managed to win it back again quickly to become a two-time NXT Champion.