Edge and Sheamus threw down in the main event of SmackDown this week, and that match meant a lot to fans. It also was incredibly important for the Rated R Superstar, because he will never wrestle in his home city again.

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Edge and Sheamus had a banger of a match to close out SmackDown this week. In the end, Edge won after he hit two spears on the Celtic Warrior. This match was important, because Edge and Sheamus had never wrestled before. Sheamus is also the man who was responsible for the mountain bike crash that Edge went through, the same that convinced him he had another WWE run in him.

After SmackDown went off the air, Edge stuck around and addressed the live crowd. He said that he will never wrestle in Toronto again. This received a huge reception of love and respect from those Canadian fans who have supported him for years.


“What I can say is that this is my last one in front of y’all. I don’t think I can make it another full run to get here again for a match. I’m just being honest with you, but don’t let that be a downer because, man, what an experience you all gave me. I will never forget it. I will never forget it. When I’m 84 years old, and I don’t remember much, I’m damn sure going to remember this. Thank you.”

Ringside News exclusively reported that Edge is not finished with WWE after tonight. He is certainly wrapping up his time in the company, and it appears that he doesn’t plan on sticking around long enough for WWE’s tour schedule to wrap back around to Toronto.

What’s your take on Edge’s match on SmackDown this week? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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