Adam “Edge” Copeland is All Elite.
During Sunday night’s AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view event, the former Edge in WWE made his debut following the main event match featuring Darby Allin and Christian Cage.
The match saw Darby Allin take several brutal bumps, including an insane spot from the ring apron onto the ring steps. As Allin was put onto a stretcher, Cage jumped off the top turnbuckle. Christian then took the ring apron off and the two men brawled on nothing but exposed wood for the remainder of the match.
As Christian Cage was about to hit Darby Allin with the TNT Championship, Nick Wayne came out to put a stop to it. In the ultimate swerve, Wayne turned on Allin and hit him with the belt. This led to Christian winning the bout and retaining the TNT Championship.
Following the match, Christian and Wayne hugged it out. They then continued their assault on Darby Allin, which led to Sting coming to the ring to even the sides. Luchasaurus wound up coming out, with Allin and Sting on the losing end of a 3-on-2 attack.
This led to Edge coming out to the ring using the same entrance music he used in WWE. He wound up having a staredown with Christian and asked for the chair he was holding. As Edge teasing nailing Sting with a ConChairTo, he instead hit Nick Wayne with it and then speared Luchasaurus. Christian was able to escape.
Edge was referred to as “Adam Copeland” on commentary. Taz also referenced his Rated R Superstar nickname.
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Adam “Edge” Copeland, a former WWE superstar, made his debut in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) during the AEW WrestleDream pay-per-view event. This highly anticipated moment occurred after the main event match featuring Darby Allin and Christian Cage.
The match itself was filled with intense action and brutal bumps. Darby Allin took several dangerous falls, including one where he was thrown from the ring apron onto the ring steps. As a result, Allin had to be put onto a stretcher. However, Christian Cage seized the opportunity and jumped off the top turnbuckle, continuing the match on exposed wood.
In a surprising turn of events, Nick Wayne interfered as Christian Cage was about to hit Darby Allin with the TNT Championship. Wayne betrayed Allin and attacked him with the belt, allowing Christian to win the bout and retain the TNT Championship. Christian and Wayne then joined forces to assault Allin further.
Sting, a legendary wrestler, came to the ring to help Allin, but they found themselves outnumbered in a 3-on-2 attack. Just when things seemed dire, Edge made his entrance using the same music he used in WWE. He confronted Christian and requested the chair he was holding. Edge teased hitting Sting with a ConChairTo (a move he was known for in WWE), but instead, he struck Nick Wayne with it and then speared Luchasaurus. Christian managed to escape.
During the commentary, Edge was referred to as “Adam Copeland,” his real name, and Taz even mentioned his famous nickname, “Rated R Superstar.”
This unexpected appearance by Edge in AEW has created a buzz among wrestling fans. It marks a significant moment in his career as he transitions from WWE to AEW. Fans can stay updated on all wrestling news on eWrestlingNews.com or follow their Twitter and Facebook pages.
Overall, Edge’s debut in AEW has added excitement and intrigue to the wrestling world, leaving fans eager to see what he will bring to the promotion in the future.