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Edge Reacts To WrestleMania 37 Main Event Confirmation

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WWE Superstar Edge appeared following the Daniel Bryan vs Roman Reigns match at Elimination Chamber. The Rated R Superstar attacked Reigns after the short match between Bryan and the Reigns for the Universal Championship.

Edge appeared and hit a Spear on the Big Dog, before pointing to the WrestleMania; pyro went off around the sign and the commentators alluded to Edge now making his decision official and wanting to face Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 37.

Edge vs Roman Reigns

WWE has now made it official, Roman Reigns will be defending his WWE Universal Championship against Edge at WrestleMania 37. The Rated R Superstar took to Twitter following the confirmation to react to the news. “Rated R Superstar. Tribal Chief. Universal Championship. WrestleMania. ’˜Nuff Said.”

With The Miz having won the WWE Championship at last night’s Elimination Chamber event it now leaves that belt’s future up in doubt. Reportedly the plan is currently for Bobby Lashley to face The Miz at FastLane, win the belt and defend it at WrestleMania against Drew McIntyre.

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