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Edge Making WrestleMania Decision Following WWE Elimination Chamber

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WWE Superstar Edge appeared on all three of WWE’s major television properties last week and was on RAW last night. The Rated R Superstar of course won the Men’s Royal Rumble event just over a week ago; defeating 29 other men to earn the right to main event WrestleMania 37 in April.

Appearing on RAW last night, Edge confirmed that he will be waiting until after Elimination Chamber to make his decision. The Rated R Superstar can choose to face the WWE, Universal or NXT Champion at WrestleMania 37 in April.

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The Royal Rumble winner began to state his intentions before being interrupted by The Miz, John Morrison and Angel Garza. Edge said “I’m going to wait for the dust to settle at Elimination Chamber, and then I’ll make my…[decision].”

Before he left the ring, Edge lambasted the Money In The Bank briefcase holder. “I think at a different level than you. You’re content with being awesome? I’m not. Did that 20 years ago … I NEED to be champion!”

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