Edge WWE Championship Belts And Side Plates Collection
Introduction: The Rock Star of Professional Wrestling
In the world of professional wrestling, Edge WWE Championship Belts And Side Plates has been a dominant figure. In another life, Edge could have been a rock star. He exuded rock-star energy, from his voluminous hair to his long leather jackets and double-horns signature pose. Every aspect of his WWE image screamed rock star. As pyro blasted into the air behind him on the entranceway before he stepped into the ring, he infused arenas with the electric atmosphere of a packed concert. All of this without the risks of crowd-surfing and mosh pits. In fact, there was even a legion of devoted groupies – known as Edgeheads – who meticulously followed his every move.
The Evolution of The Rated-R Superstar: From a Dreamer in Orangeville, Ontario to The Rated-R Superstar
Edge, a guitar collector and KISS fan, transformed from a shy high schooler in Orangeville, Ontario, into The Rated-R Superstar.
The Unpredictable Path to Success: The Emergence of The Ultimate Opportunist
Edge’s journey to the grand stage was far from predetermined. He worked odd jobs at local factories to support his single-parent mother. Despite this, he dreamt big and admired entertainers like Hulk Hogan and Randy ‘untamed.’ At 18, a fortunate break came in the form of an essay contest at a Toronto gym. The prize? Free wrestling training, a prime opportunity for The Ultimate Opportunist.
The E&C Connection and Singles Stardom: Tag Team Excellence and Individual Success
Edge, along with his childhood friend Christian, dominated the independent scene in the ’90s. When Edge signed with WWE in 1997, it was only a matter of time before Christian followed him into uncharted territory.
Championships Galore: A Prolific Career
The tag team of “E&C” claimed seven championships together. Their victory in a Triple Threat Ladder Match at WrestleMania 2000 set the stage for epic Tables, Ladders & Chairs (TLC) contests. Edge also excelled in singles competition, winning a remarkable 31 total titles.
The Master Manipulator: Pushing Boundaries
Edge, known as The Master Manipulator, was unafraid to push boundaries to rattle his competition. In 2006, he made history as the first to cash in the Money in the Bank contract. He celebrated his WWE Championship with an R-rated celebration on Raw, pushing the limits further with an explicit display with Lita in the squared circle.
The Unexpected Returns: Always Expect the Unexpected
A career-ending injury in 2011 didn’t deter The Ultimate Opportunist. He made a surprising return in the 2020 Royal Rumble Match. Despite Randy Orton’s attempts to send him back into retirement, Edge triumphed in a brutal Last Man Standing Match at WrestleMania 36. Edge’s career has taught us to anticipate the unexpected, especially after Raw’s selection in the 2021 WWE Draft.
The Judgment Day and WrestleMania Victories: A Shocking Turn and Redemption
In February 2022, Edge shocked the WWE Universe by forming The Judgment Day with Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley. He defeated AJ Styles at WrestleMania 38 but faced betrayal when he recruited Finn Bálor, only for Bálor, Priest, and Ripley to backstab him. Edge gained some retribution by defeating Priest in Toronto on August 22 on Monday Night Raw.
The Journey Continues: Returning to the Blue Brand
After defeating Bálor at WrestleMania 39, The Rated-R Superstar returned to the blue brand during the 2023 WWE Draft.