After working for years in the rings of the McMahon-owned company, and then, instead of moving on to those of the former TNA, now simply called Impact Wrestling, Christian has shocked the world of pro-wrestling again, making his surprise debut in the rings of All Elite Wrestling, the rival of WWE, which has been giving McMahons and their product a lot of trouble for over a year.
Just in the last episode of Dynamite, Christian Cage made his debut in an official match of the company of the Khan family, obviously winning the first contest in the history of him in AEW. In the company's latest ppv, Revolution, Christian Cage had made his surprise debut, as Big Show, another former WWE athlete now simply Paul Wight, had suggested a few days earlier.
Edge has gone into detail on his feelings over the live "S*x Celebration" he participated in with Lita back in 2006. Although Christian no longer had an existing contract with the McMahon-owned company, despite his appearance during the Royal Rumble earlier this year, the passage to the AEW rings left a little bitter taste in the mouth of Vince McMahon and associates, who thought that the athlete remained loyal to the Stamford-based company.
Edge comments on Steve Austin vs. Brian Pillman storyline
In his last interview released on the podcast of the well-known Sports Illustrated site, Edge also wanted to say about him, with the brotherly friend of a lifetime, Christian Cage, who in fact revealed after weeks: "I'm not downhearted.
I just want him to be happy and I want him to have the respect he deserves because he should also have that respect on-screen that the whole locker room has recognized for years. If you ask anyone in our industry, that's one of those names they'll say, 'Oh, man, he's a really great fellow.'
Watch Steve Austin and Randy Orton as they talk about Christian and hear what they will bring to the conversation. I just want that wherever he goes, that respect is recognized. Whatever the initials are, he is my best friend and I want him to be happy, hoping he can do what I do, which is to go on with my ideas and on my terms until we can truly define ourselves.
'finished' We are both in the same scenario now." Speaking to Sports Illustrated, Edge and host Jimmy Traina discussed NBC and Peacock's current censorship of WWE Network material. On the same topic, The Rated-R Superstar was quizzed on his controversial Monday Night RAW segment.
Edge confessed the segment is something he doesn't really think about but used it as an example of how censorship may go too far, if followed too strictly.