• Edge claims that despite his return to action in early 2020, he doesn’t think he’ll ever compete in a TLC match again.
  • The last time Edge fought in a TLC Match was in 2010 in a match involving Kane, Rey Mysterio, and Alberto Del Rio.

WWE held yesterday the 12th edition of TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, the annual event focused on the provision of tables, chairs, and stairs. The last time Edge participated in a match under the TLC stipulation was in 2010, when he beat Kane, Alberto Del Rio, and Rey Mysterio in the eponymous event to win the WWE Heavyweight Championship. However, and despite his return to action at the Royal Rumble, it does not seem that he intends to fight a fight of this kind again.

‘The Rated R Superstar’ has explained through a message posted on his Instagram profile that this match was the last  TLC Match of his career. In addition, he recalled that he, along with Christian, The Dudley Boyz, and The Hardy Boyz, participated in the first TLC match in WWE history and has been overwhelmed by the fact that the company decided, years later, to dedicate everything a PPV to the stipulation they created.

” This is a  throwback to the last time I competed in a TLC match. And let’s be honest, it was also the last time I’m going to compete. But it ended well, with my tenth world championship. If you had told any of us six, and You know who the other five are (Christian, Jeff Hardy, Matt Hardy, Bubba Ray Dudley, and D-Von Dudley), that there would be a PPV dedicated to combat that our brains of Dr. Frankenstein manufactured, we would not have believed you. But here we are. To all the talent competing tonight, exceed all expectations, and be careful.”

Edge Is Recovering From A Triceps Injury

A few weeks ago, Edge revealed that he did not know exactly when he will return to action. “I don’t know,” he declared ‘The Rated R Superstar’ when asked when he would get back into the ring. “It’s a learning process, because I’m going to be 47 next month, so I didn’t know how I was going to heal from injuries, surgeries and things like that.  It’s a slow process. I’m not going to lie. The triceps are one thing. different. I came back from an Achilles tendon injury in six months, but I was 35 at the time, so 10 years after I don’t know what will happen. It’s something different. You don’t realize how much your triceps are involved in almost everything you do in terms of arm movements.”

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