WWE Hall of Famer Edge has seen the pro wrestling industry change in many ways throughout his career. Being such a big name, it is no surprise that many people take his opinion seriously. That said, it appears Edge achieved an incredible milestone after his match with Grayson Waller on Smackdown last week.

As seen on last week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Grayson Waller held another segment of ‘his talk show ‘The Grayson Waller Effect’ and his special guest was WWE Hall of Famer Edge.

The segment eventually led to a match between the two, where Edge stated it was a sink-or-swim situation for Waller. Edge bested Waller in a solid match and then told Waller that he swam – putting him over in a big way.

PWI’s Brian Solomon reported that Edge became the seventh wrestler to compete at Madison Square Garden in four different decades (1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s), with a career that began in 1998. Naturally, this is yet another feather in the WWE Hall Of Famer’s cap.


Edge was the longest-tenured wrestler to compete last night at MSG, with a career there dating back to 1998. He’s the 7th wrestler to compete at MSG in four different decades (including all incarnations of the building.)

Edge also might celebrate his 25th anniversary in WWE on RAW or NXT. We will have to wait and see what WWE will have planned for the Rated R Superstar in the coming weeks.

What’s your opinion on Edge’s accomplishment? Are you happy for the Rated R Superstar? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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