Update on Edge’s Future

The wrestling world is abuzz with speculation about the imminent retirement of WWE superstar Edge. The Rated-R Superstar himself has hinted that he may only have a year left of competing at the top level. The exact timing of his retirement remains uncertain, with insiders describing the situation as “touch and go”.

Sources such as WrestleVotes have indicated that the decision is entirely up to Edge. The WWE veteran has earned the respect of his peers, including Triple H and Vince McMahon, who are reportedly willing to accommodate his wishes regarding his final match. This could mean choosing the venue and opponent for his last appearance in the ring.

Edge’s potential retirement has been a topic of discussion since he made a surprise return to the WWE in 2020 after a nine-year hiatus due to a severe neck injury. Since his comeback, he has been a prominent figure in the WWE, headlining WrestleMania 37 and engaging in high-profile feuds with Seth Rollins, The Miz, Randy Orton, and his former faction Judgment Day.

There are rumors that Edge might choose to have his final match in Toronto, his hometown. However, these are purely speculative at this point. The decision will depend on various factors, including his physical condition and personal preferences.

Edge’s return to the WWE in 2020 was under a three-year contract. It is unclear whether the time he spent sidelined due to a torn triceps injury has been added to his contract term. Regardless, the wrestling community is eagerly awaiting his decision, which will mark the end of an era in the WWE.

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