WWE Edge Retirement
April 12, 2011 by staff
After talking to several different sources, I can now confirm that Edge will see a doctor and at least one doctor was in Pittsburgh, as WWE.com reports. As mentioned in his speech Edge RAW, your neck is what is at issue. Gravity is such that no party could have been his last, causing serious permanent damage.
I also discovered that Edge health issues came into play when the script was being written WrestleMania. A heel turn Christian and believes much talk into WrestleMania, but with the health conscious WWE Edge, who was against making a face like Christians heel on Smackdown. Due to these factors, Christian remained a face at WrestleMania. This advantage allows the foot with the title that has led him to get to leave “on top” and with a proper farewell.
Edge has had a documented history of physical health problems, his professional legacy to be compromised by long periods of time where Edge was shelved due to injury.
With all signs point to the brink of retiring from professional wrestling that lead to a listing heavily teased, it seemed inevitable to come to fruition when Edge attributes the recent MRI results unfavorable to a decision to end its career, to leave after more than ten years in the WWE.
Or did it?
With retirements and several “fire” in WWE became a joke; all subsequent outputs are not the future for updates on WWE.com strove to be seen in skepticism.
Incidents around retirement speech before tonight’s Edge plays more like a real retirement angle in the company (and industry) that lacks credibility when it comes to retirement.
There seems to be a cloud covering the doubt surrounding the retirement from the edge of professional wrestling. If this really is, Edge is a show of good faith in the future of Famer whose career is unparalleled praise decoration. If this were not the end of the road to Adam Copeland, however, would not be without a considerable degree of predictability.
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