Edge: It's Really Overwhelming that I'm Actually Back In WWE
Edge is appreciating every moment back in wrestling
Edge has admitted, over 18 months on from his shocking return to WWE, that he still gets overwhelmed when thinking about being back wrestling again.
Edge returned to WWE at the 2020 Royal Rumble, to the shock of fans across the world. The Rated-R Superstar had been forced to retire in 2011 due to injury, but was able to come back nine years later and once again compete at the highest level.
Since then, Edge had wrestled Randy Orton, won the 2021 Royal Rumble, main-evented WrestleMania 37 and is set to compete for the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns on Sunday.
Speaking to WWE's The Bump, Edge said: "The fact that I'm even doing this, that for me, like I get lost for words sometimes when I stop and try to think about it because it's really overwhelming that I'm back in here doing this. And there are times, as cliche as it sounds, I gotta pinch myself.
"And I know when we get to Houston and I hear that audience, and I'm out there watching Rey hit 619s and then look over and Dom, who's almost my height now, going 'what, this is happening!' And we are here with The Usos, who to me are an all-time tag team, and Roman Reigns, who is clearly well on his way to being an all-time talent within the industry.
"Man, it's all just a gift. It really is. And that's how I'm attacking this whole thing. It's just awesome, I don't know how else to put it."