The career of Edge may not be over just yet, despite reports that the WWE Hall of Famer is unsure about his future in the ring.
Earlier this month, Edge competed in the final match on his current WWE contract, which is due to expire later this year.
Speaking on a recent edition of his “Monday Mailbag” podcast, former WWE and WCW referee Nick Patrick spoke about Edge’s future in the ring. He said,
“Everybody’s talking about whether he’s going to retire… I think he’s going to be like The Undertaker. He can’t do the road anymore, the road is for a young guy. It was a miracle he made his comeback [in 2020] after having neck surgery and the problems he had. Vince [McMahon] doesn’t just pick and choose [wrestlers working a part-time schedule] … he does with Brock [Lesnar], but everybody else has to do road.
“He probably won’t be on all of them[WWE Premium Live Events,] but I’m sure he’ll be on another WrestleMania again — soon. If he does retire, I don’t think he’ll be completely gone.”
Edge recently refuted a report that claimed he made a list of conditions that WWE would have to meet for him to sign a new contract.