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RAW Star’s Injury Still A Serious Issue & Possible Bad News


• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Legend Edge (Real name: Adam Copeland) turns 45 today.

He joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1998 at the peak of the famous Attitude Era and soon ended up in a Tag Team with his childhood friend Christian.

Together they defined the Tag Team Division of that era with especially their rivalries against The Dudley Boyz and The Hardy Boyz standing out.

During the Ruthless Aggression Era, Edge became known as “The Rated-R” Superstar, one of the most memorable and most evil heels of the 2000s.

That character finally led him to several World Title reigns, but unfortunately Edge had to retire in 2011 due to an injury.

In 2012, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his life-long friend, Christian.


• RAW Star’s Injury Still A Serious Issue & Possible Bad News

Former RAW Tag Team Champion Jason Jordan has been out of action for the better part of 2018 now.

He suffered a neck injury and underwent surgery back in February. He hasn’t appeared on WWE programming ever since and has begun working backstage in WWE.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer discussed Jordan’s status and talked about how it’s a bad news for Jordan that he hasn’t been cleared till now and there’s a possibility that he won’t be cleared ever.

Jason is also dealing with strength issues in his grip (something one deals with when having neck issues) and his injury is considered pretty serious at this point.

As we noted before, WWE had big plans for Jordan at WrestleMania 34. There were plans for him to face his storyline father Kurt Angle in a singles match and defeat him.

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