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Edge Did Not Enjoy His On-Screen Love Affair With Lita And The Matt Hardy Rivalry

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• Edge Did Not Enjoy His On-Screen Love Affair With Lita And The Matt Hardy Rivalry

Old School WWF Legend Edge was recently interviewed on an episode of ‘The Kurt Angle Show’ podcast, where the 2011 WWE Hall of Famer talked about the controversial 2005 storyline between himself, Lita and Matt Hardy.

Edge had been caught cheating on his wife with Lita, who was Matt Hardy’s girlfriend at the time, which resulted in WWE releasing Matt, but then they made Lita Edge’s valet and brought Hardy back to get some (kayfabe) revenge.

Here’s what The Rated-R Superstar had to say about the feud:

“I think when everything with Matt [Hardy] and [Lita], I didn’t enjoy any of that, that was hard. It was a position that I put myself in and thought okay, I made my bed, I just got to deal with this.

Then I thought okay, we’re here now, how can we pull a positive? Let’s make some money. That’s what we did, this is the situation, now let’s try and get something good out of this pretty lousy scenario, the matches were [good] though because I loved working with Matt.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (July 24, 2020) – Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Passed Away

On this day in 2020, we lost Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Regis Philbin at the age of 88 due to cardiovascular disease.

Regis Philbin was one of the greatest and most famous talk show hosts in US history.

Old School Wrestling fans certainly remember him for having several famous WWF Superstars as his guests back in the day, such as Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, The Ultimate Warrior, Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, … and many more.

Regis appeared as a guest backstage interviewer in 1991 during the WWF WrestleMania VII PPV, where he also appeared on commentary during the World Title main event between Hulk Hogan and Sgt. Slaughter.

† REST IN PEACE

August 25, 1931 – July 24, 2020

        
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