Gangrel Talked About The Possibility Of Facing Edge Once More 

Edge, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, has hinted at retiring soon over the past few months. Before the WWE veteran’s in-ring career comes to an end, Gangrel, the Rated-R Superstar’s former on-screen partner, would desire one final match with him.

From October 1998 until July 1999, Gangrel shared the stage with Edge and Christian as The Brood, known for using a “ring of fire” on the stage area to enter stadiums. During a recent K&S WrestleFest virtual signing, Gangrel talked about the possibility of facing Edge once more. Although Gangrel is still in the business, he hasn’t competed for WWE since late 2007.

The 54-year-old thinks it would be appropriate if his vampire alter ego met the 11-time world champion for one final time. “I’d like to finish it with the Gangrel character, who I started it with,” Gangrel said. “While the WWE character Gangrel, by which everyone knows me, originated in Puerto Rico, I believe I would like to compete against Edge in one more match.” That’d be awesome.”

Elimination Chamber

The final WWE encounter with Gangrel took place on December 10, 2007. On the 15th anniversary RAW edition, he participated in a 17-man battle royal. Edge beat Damian Priest in front of his adoring supporters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on the RAW program from August 22, 2022. Edge defeated Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley at the Elimination Chamber on Saturday by working with his wife, Beth Phoenix.

At the press conference after the performance, when asked about his retirement plans, the seasoned superstar gave a hint that he would continue to wrestle past this year: Edge exclaimed, “I’m just thrilled.” “I’m not even planning my breakfast for tomorrow, much less what I’ll be doing in five, six, seven, or eight months.”

I will, however, state that I prefer it the retirement match to be in Canada. After the game, he declared that he planned to retire in Toronto in August 2023. During Monday’s RAW, Edge made a failed attempt to challenge Austin Theory for the United States title due to interference from Finn Balor.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.