Edge rewrites history by winning the Royal Rumble like number 1



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Edge rewrites history by winning the Royal Rumble like number 1

Even the Royal Rumble 2021 has now gone to the archives, with a great and beautiful evening dedicated to great wrestling that has left all the fans connected from all over the world excited and full of loads, with many who have made the night to follow the exploits of WWE Superstars, in one of the best times of the year to be a fan of the discipline.

In fact, Rumble takes care of opening the famous Road to Wrestlemania, which opens the dances in view of the Showcase of the Immortals, deciding who will be the two most important challengers who will have a title shot for a title of their choice in that of the show of shows.

This year, that honor fell on Bianca Belair and the WWE Hall of Famer Edge, who returned to the Rumble after months spent at home struggling with a bad arm injury.
That of the Canadian, turns out to be almost a miraculous victory, since only a year ago, Edge had returned to fight in the WWE rings after almost 10 years of forced stop, due to a terrible neck injury that risked paralyzing him if he continued.

to fight. And yet this was not the case. To enter the men's Royal Rumble match as the first Superstar, it was in fact the final winner, Edge, whose entry had already been confirmed to the WWE Backstage microphones, with the number two being his archenemy, Randy Orton.

A match within a match, basically. Edge immediately attacked Orton, who couldn't even finish his usual entry into the ring, with the Rated R Superstar still having a pent-up anger over the unfinished feud with the Legend Killer, which promptly prompted him to attack as a his former teammate from Rated RKO is rampaging.

In the Royal Rumble match, however, the great thing is that you are almost never alone and Edge's attack ended up in the clutches of other heels in the contest, with Mustafa Ali and Sami Zayn joining Orton to take out.

Edge immediately. After taking out some of their opponents, Orton and Edge continued their personal battle, with Edge hitting The Viper hard, also using the commentary table outside the ring and leaving Orton for several minutes out of the match, despite the Viper in the meantime has never been officially eliminated from the match.

After several other entries, including a return of Team Hell No which lasted very little, with Kane who finally hit Bryan with his Chokeslam, finally on the square they remained as the last 4 athletes in the match: Edge, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman and Christian, with Randy Orton who in the meantime was still well hidden near the ring.

After eliminating all his opponents, of course Edge was hit from behind by Orton, who thus attempted to win the Rumble by surprise, with the Rated R Superstar who, however, was smarter and also eliminated the last opponent who parried between him and the main event of Wrestlemania, with Edge becoming a two-time winner of the men's Royal Rumble, writing a very important page in WWE history.