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Triple H Breaks Silence On Edge Leaving WWE For AEW

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Edge aka Adam Copeland’s WWE contract expired on September 21st, and he debuted for AEW at the WrestleDream pay-per-view last Sunday after the main event.

On the Fastlane post-show Press Conference, WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H was asked about Edge making the jump from WWE to AEW, and Edge later revealing on Twitter that WWE didn’t have much left for him and he wanted to do more.

Below is what The Game said about The Rated R Superstar:

“Time. Time was right for him, time was right for us. I think he had an amazing career and an amazing sendoff here. And I think he felt like he had done what there was to do. I think we sort of felt, ‘Yeah, (we) think you’re right’. And I wish him the best.

I think he said it the other day, there’s no animosity here, there’s no hard feelings. He’s doing what’s right for him and his family and I’m happy for him. Very, very happy for him. I sent him that in a message. ‘I’m happy for you’ and I’m proud of him’.

This has to be right for you, this is a grind, it’s a lot of hard work. Gotta be right for you. And if somebody feels like a different opportunity’s better for them, great. That’s wonderful. But the machine doesn’t stop for anyone.

And we’re just gonna continue to grow and continue to do what we do, and I guarantee you if you’re one of these young people that are here that are trying every day, for no negative reason, but when they see him walk away and go somewhere else, they’re like, ‘Damn right I’m taking that spot’.

That creates opportunity. Everybody will step up their game to fill that role. And there’s a line of people way more than capable of taking it to the next level, just like he was when he came in here.”

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