Edge has revealed how he reacted when he was told by WWE administration he would be on this yr’s WrestleMania main event.
In a latest look on the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Jimmy Traina, the Rated R Superstar defined he thought his present predicament “was never supposed to happen” given his historical past of medical points. Edge additionally famous how unlikely the triple menace Universal Championship match was, due to Roman Reigns’ and Daniel Bryan’s medical historical past too.
When Jimmy Traina requested him how he realized he would be within the main event slot at this yr’s present of exhibits, Edge didn’t specify whether or not it was Vince McMahon or Triple H who delivered the news.
But when requested whether or not the dialog was an emotional one, here is what Edge had to say:
“Um… No. I think now that I’m back, now it’s like, ‘OK, here we go. This is what we need.’ Got it – on it. And all I can do is whatever I can on my end to make sure I bring my part to it, and that’s really all there is to it. And I don’t know if I’ll feel whatever it is I’ll feel until I’m in the ring, and all three of us are standing there, and there’s a crowd again. That’s when I think it will fully land and dawn on me how insane this whole thing is. Not only just for me, but for those two guys as well. For this combination of three men to be in the ring, main eventing WrestleMania, this was never supposed to happen. Four years ago, there’s not a chance in hell this happens.”
Edge on Roman Reigns’ and Daniel Bryan’s journey to WrestleMania
As Edge talked about beforehand, he discovered it astonishing that the three males concerned within the Universal title match at WrestleMania have had to overcome such enormous obstacles of their careers.
Edge famous this was a facet of their shared WrestleMania story he admires:
“There’s been bumpy roads for all of us to get back to where we find ourselves and that to me is very cool.”
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