Following his Royal Rumble victory on Sunday, Edge will face either Roman Reigns or Drew McIntyre in a world title match at WrestleMania 37.
While WrestleMania world title storylines in recent years have been hampered by part-time stars taking breaks from WWE TV, this won't be the case with Edge as he told CBS Sports he will be on TV every week.
"I didn't come back to just do a greatest hits tour," Edge said. "That's not why I came back. I didn't just want to do regurgitated greatest hits. I wanted to come back because I wanted to tell compelling stories. I wanted to get in with a lot of talent so that... if I could impart wisdom from 29 years of doing this, in terms of trying to tell a story, that's really exciting for me.
"I love so much of this talent, and it's exciting to be able to get in with them. Did I necessarily know that I was going to try to work toward WrestleMania? No. A lot of those things are out of your hands. I did know I was going to put the work in to be able to do it if called upon. That's part of my responsibility in coming back, as well.
"I don't just want to be another body. I want to be able to help, and to help the totality of the industry if I can. If that means that this year Edge main events WrestleMania? Ok. I will do my part to make that happen and make it as compelling as I possibly can. But I also want to get in there with loads of talent. My goal is to come back and tell great stories in the main event of WrestleMania or on Raw, whatever it is.
"I came back committed to this. After my family, this is my top priority. If I'm asked to be in a title program heading into WrestleMania? I'm here every week. That's the way I operate. I'm not going to be a guy who comes in for one week and floats off for eight weeks. If I'm involved and I'm in the mix, I'm going to be here every week because that's how I operate."