WWE star Edge recently had an interview on After the Bell, where he said that he does not want to be a burden to his opponents whenever he squares off against them.
Edge details how he wants to end his career
Edge is a veteran star who has been in the wrestling industry for a very long time and his career spanning for nearly three decades.
During the interview, The WWE Hall of Famer said that he does not wants to be a burden to the opponents or someone very hard to handle in the squared circle.
He said that he would like to quit before he gets to that stage of his career. As long as he remains in the scene he wants his opponents to get excited to face him.
Edge said: “I just want it to be that if a talent sees ‘Vs. Edge’ on the sheet, that they’re excited and not this is going to be difficult. I don’t want to get to that stage, I’ll be gone before that happens hopefully in a perfect world.”
The Rated-R Superstar further added that if he would come back once again, then he would want to narrate great stories to the WWE Universe. He also said that he would want to depart the company in a better way than when he made his breakthrough into the company.
He said: “I want to come back and just try and tell some great stories. If I can impart some type of wisdom or experience from doing this for 29 years, then that’s part of the goal. I want to leave this better than when I came into it.”
Edge names stars he wants to face off
Edge went on to shed praise on two of the most talented names in the company who would love to meet in the squared circle. He named current NXT Champion Finn Balor and Damien Priest, who recently made his main roster debut at WWE Royal Rumble.
He said: “If that can happen by just brushing up on a guy like Damian Priest and giving him a tip of the hat, Finn Balor. The level that dudes operating on, I’d love to get in there with him. There’s just so many different people and I could tell such a different story with every one of them.”
Edge made his in-ring return at 2021 Royal Rumble which he eventually won. This was the first match since his battle against Randy Orton at Backlash last year.