Edge, also known as Adam Copeland, has officially joined All Elite Wrestling (AEW), making his debut at the WrestleDream pay-per-view. The main event featured Edge’s former tag team partner, Christian Cage, defending the TNT Championship against Darby Allin in a 2/3 falls match. Allin secured the first fall with a jackknife pin, but Christian leveled the score via countout using the steel steps.
In a surprising turn, Nick Wayne intervened, initially appearing to assist Allin but ultimately betraying him by striking with the title belt. This alliance with Christian led to Allin’s defeat. Sting tried to intervene post-match, but Luchasaurus joined, creating a three-on-two situation. However, the tide turned when the lights went out, and Edge, now going by Adam Copeland, made his AEW debut.
Initially teasing alignment with Christian, Copeland instead attacked Wayne and Luchasaurus, setting up a three-on-three feud: Christian, Wayne, and Luchasaurus versus Copeland, Sting, and Allin. It’s worth noting that Copeland’s WWE contract officially expired just a day ago.
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