Edge has commented on Peacock's decision to edit certain segments out of the WWE Network, saying wrestling appears to be held to a different standard than other media.
Peacock, having squired the WWE Network in the United States, is in the process of reviewing the content in keeping with their standards. A number of controversial segments have been noticeable removed, such as DX's impersonations of The Nation Of Domination in 1998.
Edge was involved in one of WWE's saucier segments in 2006 when he and girlfriend Lita marked his first WWE Championship with a 'live sex celebration' in the ring on Raw.
The Rated R Superstar does not know if that segment will make it past Peacock's checks, but does believe it's strange how wrestling is held to a different standard than dramas.
When asked about the segment, Edge told the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast: "You know, I don’t really think about it! To be honest I think it’s just one of those I just think I kind of erased [from my mind]. I don’t put a whole lot of thought into it to be honest.
"But I guess if you’re looking at it from the terms of, it’s a TV show, right, so you go ‘OK. Well, if you look at a movie, there’s sex scenes.’ I was on Vikings, and Vikings is going to be on Peacock as of today, my character beheaded people and put their heads on spikes. Didn’t really! But I also didn’t really have sex in the wrestling ring.
"So I think that’s a confusing thing with wrestling. For some reason it gets put into a different category than another production. I’ve never fully grasped that, but I don’t think anybody ever fully grasps where do you put it?”
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