There has been little to no talk backstage of bringing Edge in for a special appearance at Wrestlemanie 30. The belief is that he has moved on from WWE and only made his recent appearance in September to do promotions for Haven, the television show that is currently working on.
The Rock has started yet another new job on Monday. He noted on Twitter that he has started shooting a television show called Wake Up Call for TNT, which seems to deal with interventions and helping people turn their lives around.
Yet another project has surfaced for The Rock. This time, he's working on a new television show for TNT, where he helps out families through difficult times. The belief is that this is inspired by the real life generosity that Rock has shown towards others.
Edge won't have to look through the classifieds any time soon, as SyFy has decided to renew the Haven television series for another season. The network likes the show so much that they have ordered 26 episodes next season, and Edge will be back to portray Dwight Hendrickson for several of those.
"And I really wish Edge were still here. It killed me when I was out injured and he ended up having that final match with Alberto Del Rio. He was there while I was with the Nexus and he was just such a joy to be around. He's a good human being and just knew so much. He was always helping. Its guys like that that I wish were around still."
- Ryback on the retirement of Edge
Edge recently paid a surprise visit to a comedy show that Mick Foley was doing in New York, and the video of that appearance has now surfaced online.