WWE loves to pay homage to legends, especially those who are still actively doing their thing. Edge sacrificed a ton for the pro wrestling business, and WWE is set to honor all that commitment in two weeks with a big segment.

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WWE is making big plans to celebrate Edge’s career in a city that will give him a ton of respect. The Rated R Superstar lives in North Carolina now, but he hails from Toronto as his home city. The company happens to be rolling through Toronto in two weeks.

WWE will celebrate 25 years of Edge in Toronto in two weeks, but next week is already shaping up to be big show. This big announcement about Edge was made during SmackDown this week.


Edge made his debut in the late 1990s and quickly rose to prominence as one of the most charismatic and talented wrestlers of his time. Throughout his career, he was a multiple-time World Champion, winning the WWE Championship and the World Heavyweight Championship numerous times. Edge also had several memorable rivalries and feuds with other top superstars.

Edge’s career was cut short due to neck injuries, leading to an emotional retirement in 2011. However, in a remarkable comeback, Edge returned to the WWE in 2020, showing the world that he still had the passion and skill to compete at the highest level. The Hall of Famer still remains as an integral part of the company’s history and current programming as well as a part-time Superstar.

We will have to see what WWE does to honor Edge in Toronto, and what kind of program he might start after SummerSlam. His last sighting saw him take on Grayson Waller at Madison Square Garden in a match what Edge won, but Waller still swam.

What’s your take on Edge on SmackDown in two weeks? Will he get through that segment without getting jumped? Sound off in the comments to let us know what your take is!

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