Edge Reflects On Last Man Standing Match At WrestleMania 36, Thanks Everyone For The Support

Edge competed in his first televised singles match in nine years at WrestleMania 36 when he battled Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing match. After a grueling 36-minute affair, Edge stood victorious following an arm triangle and con-chair-to on top of a production truck.

Taking to Instagram, Edge reflected on the match and his nine-year journey back to the ring.

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In the post, Edge revealed that the match was taped two weeks ago and that he is proud of what he was able to accomplish with Orton. You can read the full post below.

So this was my Sunday. Actually it was filmed two weeks ago. So I’m officially out of self quarantine and back to being dad. After being Edge for WrestleMania 36. For the first time in a singles match in 9 years. Against, in my opinion, the most naturally talented person in the industry in @randyorton I will always be proud of what we accomplished with some strange circumstances. I have a feeling we haven’t seen the last of each other. And for that I’m strangely thankful. He pulled me to a 40 minute fight after being retired for 9 years. Wasn’t sure I had that in me. Now I know. He pushed me. For all of you, hopefully you watched WrestleMania and were able to get lost in it and try to forget about our current reality, even if only for a few hours. I’d also like to thank EVERYONE for the outpouring of positivity for the @wwe 24 documentary, The Second Mountain. Also, thank you to the ENTIRE team it took to support me and make all of this happen. I’ll get to you all on separate posts-- It’s humbling. Lastly, stay safe everyone.

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