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Edge Wins The Men’s Royal Rumble 2021 To Main Event WrestleMania 37

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The main event of WWE’s Royal Rumble 2021 has just taken place and Edge has emerged as the winner; he will now go on to main event WrestleMania 37 this April in Florida.

Entering at #1, Edge went on to win the bout after pulling off the iron man at 58 minutes, eliminating Randy Orton to finish the bout.

Edge Is Going To WrestleMania

Randy Orton was taken to the back early on in the Rumble match, as Edge had attacked him on the outside, first with a DDT on the announcer’s table and then with a chair to the knee. Orton looked legitimately injured, but he returned at the last minute and tried to eliminate Edge. The Rated R Superstar then reversed Orton’s attempt and he goes on to WrestleMania 37.

And yes, he pointed at the sodding sign.

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