The reason why Edge is away from WWE programming is revealed

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Since his surprising comeback in 2020, edge has been appearing intermittently in the programming of WWE. Despite this, the fighter became a key element of Monday Night Raw as a result of the creation of The Judgment Day. However, Edge ended up leaving the group when his teammates betrayed him.

Since then, much has been speculated about the discontent of the WWE Hall of Famer regarding the company’s plans for the group. However, Edge has maintained a rivalry with his former teammates ever since. The Canadian returned to programming last August on the occasion of the celebration of an episode of the red mark in Toronto, Canada, where he could fight before his public.

Edge continued to appear on WWE programming through early October as his feud with The Judgment Day continued to develop. The last time we saw him was at Extreme Rules, where he lost to Finn Bálor in an “I Quit Match”. Since then, he has not appeared on television again.

In the meantime, Fighting has been able to confirm that Edge’s current WWE deal includes limited dates, reason for which the Canadian has been appearing periodically since his separation from The Judgment Day. In addition, a senior company official noted that the videos that hinted at the return of the fighter this past summer were a way of buying time before his returnin order to plan some important fights during the rest of the year, as we saw with the confrontations against Finn Bálor and Damian Priest.

In 2020, it was reported that Edge had signed a three-year deal., for 25 appearances and 5 bouts per year. However, the outlet points out the inaccuracy of these data, either because they were incorrect or because they were modified, since the Canadian competed in ten bouts in 2021, and has already fought in six bouts in 2022.

At the moment, it is unknown when his contract ends or how many fights he has left to play. However, If the above information is correct, the agreement could expire soonunless he has frozen due to injury, something that the media has not been able to confirm.

In any case, it should be remembered that just a few months ago, Edge announced his intention to hang up his boots next yearplanning to play his last fight in his homeland, Canada, against his compatriots, so it seems logical to think that, indeed, his contract will expire in 2023.

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