WWE Hall Of Famer Edge Celebrates 20th Anniversary Of His WWE Debut

Former WWE Superstar and Hall of Famer Edge, 44, has completed 20 years in the WWE wrestling industry today.

Edge started to wrestle at a very young age, and spent most of the 1990’s competing on the independent wrestling scene until he earned a contract with WWE in 1998.

Edge’s mother was a single parent with a lot of responsibility on her shoulders, and she had to take multiple jobs to provide food on the table.

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Edge had to retire from in-ring action after diagnosed with cervical spinal stenosis, which was the result of injury after injury. A lot of doctors said that he is lucky to survive the spinal stenosis. He would have wrestled despite having such an injury, but the wrestling companies would not clear him to compete.


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