During a recent podcast interview with Taz, Edge revealed some details about his return to WWE. He feels that he should not make more than one appearance a year, so that his return would feel special. He also does not want to make a comeback, unless it was something that helped out the younger talent. The former world heavyweight champion also stated that he felt that his segment on Monday Night Raw went on too long.
January 8, 2015
As soon as he made his return to WWE at the live events over the weekend, the belief was that Randy Orton was going to make an appearance on Monday Night Raw this week. There were actually plans in the works for that to happen, but management decided to pull the angle because they came up with a better story involving Edge, Seth Rollins and John Cena, which resulted in the return of The Authority. Orton showed up after the cameras went dark.
December 31, 2014
Those of you that watched the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, saw the return of The Authority at the end of the evening. It was a plot concocted by Seth Rollins, where the heels threatened to permanently paralyze Edge if John Cena did not agree to bring Triple H and Stephanie McMahon back into power. It worked, as Cena finally caved in. The plan was to bring the stable back all along. WWE just needed to wait until the right moment to pull the trigger.
December 30, 2014
In a nice little swerve on Monday Night Raw, Daniel Bryan convinced WWE fans that he might be retiring as an in ring performer, thanks in part to a simple social media message, before delightfully surprising the audience with the announcement that he would be making his return at the Royal Rumble. There had been legitimate concerns backstage over his health, as many were under the belief that he would walk away like Edge did to ensure his long term health.
December 29, 2014