Edge tells crowd he wrestled his last ever match in Toronto, to discuss future with family

Following his match on Smackdown against Sheamus, Edge thanked the crowd and told them this would be the last time they would see him wrestle there.

“I don’t think I can make it another forum to get here for another match. I’m just being honest with you,” Edge said. “But don’t let that be a downer. Cause man, what an experience you all gave me. I will never forget it. And when I’m 84 years old and don’t remember much, you’re damn sure I’m gonna remember this.”

The Rated-R Superstar stopped short of announcing his official retirement but said that after sitting home and licking his wounds, he will discuss the subject with his family and see what they want him to do.

“But what I can say, Toronto, is thank you. Thank you for being the city that I have always been proud to represent, that I’ve always been proud to be announced from. And I came out here in full-on Maple Leafs gear, pandering to all of you,” he continued.

His match against Sheamus was the last one on his current WWE contract and it’s unknown if he will sign a new one.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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