How did Edge come back from his injury?

How did Edge come back from his injury?

Rather than obsessing on his future bride kissing a big monster, Edge surprised the WWE Universe by returning from injury and winning the match six months later. Wrestlers are all aware of the toll their sport has on a person's body and that there is a limit to how much punishment their bodies can withstand. Injuries are part of the game.

However, not many could have predicted just how long Edge would be out of action. During his absence, Matt Hardy took over as Raw General Manager, signing himself up for the night-to-night role. It wasn't until after their match at the 2012 Royal Rumble that Edge revealed he had surgery on his knee. He subsequently missed nearly two years of action due to the injury.

Upon his return in February 2014, it was announced that Edge had been fired from the company for violation of wellness policy. The decision was made after it was discovered that he was still under the influence of drugs following his comeback match. This news came as a shock to many considering he had recently signed with Fortune Feimster's agency, which bills itself as "the world's leading drug testing service".

It also didn't help that shortly after his return, Edge participated in a brutal main event scene at WrestleMania 30 where he fought John Cena for the WWE Championship. The match lasted more than three hours and featured several big spots including one where both men went into the ring apron together.

What kind of injury did Edge have at Backlash?

Ahead of the WWE Backlash pay-per-view, allegations surfaced that Edge had injured his triceps while shooting his "Greatest Wrestling Match Ever" match with Randy Orton. WWE has now verified the injury, one day after the event aired.

With two big battles against Randy Orton, he got himself back into the grind. Edge might still be recovering from the neck injury that ended his career, and he could still be battling on borrowed time. The enthusiasm and affection of WWE fans, on the other hand, make it all worthwhile.

How did he get hurt on the ladder?

Edge claimed that he felt a tingling feeling and heard a crack, which he originally mistook for the sound of a ladder. He was subsequently hit with a Sunset Flip Powerbomb off the ladder, which aggravated his neck injury even more. "I knocked into the ladder and heard a break... I assumed it was the ladder."

Edge revealed the precise moment that triggered a neck ailment that would later come back to haunt him, effectively ending his in-ring wrestling career in a recent interview for WWE's Beyond The Ring series.

While fans are aware that Edge retired due to a neck issue, many are unaware of what caused the condition and how it gradually began to eat away at the WWE legend's career. Edge first appeared on SmackDown in 2003, when he faced the late Eddie Guerrero.

How did Edge get a neck injury?

Edge sustained a real neck injury before to No Way Out, preventing him from competing in his planned match. On the September 26, 2002, episode of SmackDown!, he was injured after taking a bump on a closed ladder. He was taken to a local hospital where it was determined that he had suffered multiple fractures and dislocations to his cervical spine.

As a result, he underwent surgery to fuse several of his vertebrae together. The following month, he returned home to Japan where he stayed for nearly two years while he recovered from his injuries. When he returned, he told Vince McMahon that he wanted a new match with Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 23. However, just like their last match at No Way Out, this one too was changed into a steel cage match. This time, though, it was made official by WWE management. After failing to come up with an acceptable reason for why they couldn't have a steel cage match at WrestleMania 23, McMahon simply said that there weren't any cages available in time for the event.

So instead, they had him compete in a ladder match for the World Heavyweight Championship at that year's event. Just like their first match together at No Way Out, this one too ended in a no-contest. Then again like their other matches together, this one too was changed into a steel cage match at some point during the summer months.

Why is Edge injured?

Following a nine-year hiatus, Edge made a triumphant comeback to the ring during last year's Royal Rumble. Unfortunately, he tore his triceps while shooting his Backlash encounter against Randy Orton. Edge was out for seven months due to the injury before returning to the ring at the Royal Rumble. Following his return, he has been sidelined yet again by the injury.

Edge originally suffered the injury during a match against Chris Benoit at Survivor Series in 2003. He had surgery on the muscle a few days later and was expected to be back in time for Christmas.

However, the injury didn't heal as doctors predicted it would and after another surgery, they were still unable to repair the damage. This led to another long layoff for Edge, this time around two years.

He returned in November 2011 and was scheduled to face Orton at Payback, but he was forced to withdraw from the bout due to the injury once again.

This is not the first time that Edge has been injured. He also missed large parts of 2004 and 2005 due to arthritic problems in his shoulder. At the age of 39, many thought that the legendary wrestler would call it a career then and there, but he decided to continue fighting until he was 40.

When did Edge retire due to a neck injury?

While fans are aware that Edge retired due to a neck issue, many are unaware of what caused the condition and how it gradually began to eat away at the WWE legend's career. Edge received the injury against Eddie Guerrero in 2003. Edge first appeared on SmackDown in 2003, when he faced the late Eddie Guerrero.

While fans are aware that Edge retired due to a neck issue, many are unaware of what caused the condition and how it gradually began to eat away at the WWE legend's career. Edge first appeared on SmackDown in 2003, when he faced the late Eddie Guerrero.

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