Major Update On Edge Heading To AEW After WWE Rejected Re-Signing Him

Recent weeks have brought a whirlwind of speculation surrounding Edge’s future in the wrestling realm. His apparent final match for the company occurred on the latest SmackDown, where he triumphed over Sheamus in singles competition. This victory marked the culmination of his WWE contract.

According to Edge himself, his contract with the company is set to conclude at the end of September. This has ignited a flurry of inquiries regarding his potential choices: a re-signing with WWE, a switch to AEW, or perhaps retirement.

In an update provided by PWTorch, the notion that Edge (Adam Copeland) might be en route to AEW is generating substantial excitement. Copeland reportedly outlined his conditions for remaining with WWE, but the company chose not to meet his demands. As a result, speculation has surged within the industry that he is likely bound for AEW, having been aware of the potential benefits that AEW could offer him.

Notably, the report highlights that Tony Khan, a prominent figure behind AEW, holds a strong admiration for Edge. Khan would undoubtedly consider Edge a valuable addition to the roster, whether as an in-ring competitor or in an alternative capacity.

Despite this evolving narrative, Edge was honored with a grand tribute to his WWE career on the recent episode of SmackDown. This reflects his popularity within the company, and management harbors no animosity towards the prospect of his potential transition to AEW.

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