Report: Edge's WWE Future Considered 'Touch And Go'
The retirement ball is in Edge's court
Edge has hinted that his days in the squared circle are numbered over the past year, with the Rated-R Superstar revealing recently that he believes he only has one more year left competing at an elite level.
When exactly Edge will call it a career is unknown but his WWE future is considered "tough and go", WrestleVotes revealed to GiveMeSport.
"This one is touch and go. The last I heard on Edge was that the ball is totally in his court. It's a 'name the place and person' type of deal. If he says, 'SmackDown in Toronto is my last match and I want it to be against John Cena', they're gonna make all that happen. I'm not saying that's gonna happen. He has the respect of the entire locker room, Triple H included and Vince included, so, they're kind of gonna let this guy do what he wants," WrestleVotes said.
"It's really, really up to him. I don't think that Triple H, Vince or anybody knows. I don't even think he knows, it's just 'we'll see how the body feels' and who knows. It's coming time so, you know, maybe it is this year's SummerSlam, maybe it is SmackDown in Toronto in August, maybe it's sooner, but, it's up to him is the best way that I can put it."
After nine years out of the ring due to a serious neck injury, Edge came out of retirement in January 2020. He has since main-evented WrestleMania 37 and feuded with the likes of Seth Rollins, The Miz, Randy Orton, and his former faction Judgment Day.