Edge Compares Roman Reigns Feud To His Other Rivals

WrestleMania 37 Roman Reigns vs. Edge

At the next Money in the Bank pay-per-view event, Roman Reigns will defend the WWE Universal Title against Edge.

Edge discussed his feud with Reigns and compared it to other feuds he’s had in the past during an interview on Talking Smack.

I need to go to a different place. And I have to get there when a specific talent is in front of me. And I believe I’ve found that place over the years, albeit it can be a perilous place to locate because the border between good and evil is razor-thin. And there are certain abilities that force me to cut through the paper and reveal a side of Edge that isn’t particularly healthy, both for myself and for many others. Some performers, such as The Undertaker, John Cena, and Roman Reigns, are well-known.

I understand what he contributes to the table, and I understand why he calls himself the Head of the Table, and I can appreciate everything he’s trying to convey because he believes what he’s saying. However, I’ve been there and done that. In this firm, I’ve won 31 championships. That’s more than anyone else, and I’m sorry, but the 24/7 Championship isn’t included. So far, I’ve won 31 titles in this city. Nobody else has done it, and there’s a reason for it: I need to get to that location, and I know how to get there. And I don’t think Roman truly understands or comprehends what I bring with me to Money in the Bank on Sunday.

I try not to think about my regrets. I spit it out as soon as it’s finished. And now it’s time for me to move on. This one stayed with me for a long time. It irritated me. And I understood I needed to do something to shift the narrative, to modify what was going on inside my head. There was no doubt, there was rage, and I needed to express that anger and channel it into something positive, but that took some time. So I needed to gather my thoughts, and I’d never had to do so before, so it was a new location for me to discover, but I learnt something from it as well. There was a lot of introspection, but there was never any uncertainty. I don’t have any doubts about myself. You’re dead in the sea the moment you start doubting yourself.

So when I got back, I knew I had to find the guy who would slap John Cena’s father. I needed to find someone who didn’t mind battling Undertaker in Hell in a Cell despite being chokeslammed to hell. I stood up and carried on. I needed to find that guy, and I realise I’m speaking about myself in the third person here, but I have to attempt to compartmentalise that at times. And when I’m out there, dude, I’m completely insane. I go somewhere else, and it takes a long time to get out of there.”

Related Posts