Edge Has “Stupid Ideas” For Hell In A Cell
At WrestleMania 39, the bad blood between Edge and The Judgment Day will be settled once and for all when the WWE Hall of Famer goes to war with Finn Balor inside Hell In A Cell.
For only the fourth time in history, the Hell In A Cell will make an appearance at WrestleMania, with its last outing coming in 2016 when The Undertaker defeated Shane McMahon.
This time it will be Edge returning to the Cell to take on Finn Balor. However, it will not be any ordinary Balor the Rated-R Superstar will be facing after it emerged that he will be taking on The Demon.
Speaking on Sportsnet 590 The Fan, Edge says he’s got some stupid ideas for the grudge match and he’s waiting to see if WWE will let them play out:
“Well, again, I have a history of doing stupid things, right? You do because it’s a Hell in a Cell match and because people expect a certain level of, I don’t know, brutality within the performance. You gotta up the stakes. So I do. I think outside of the box and I think about what’s physically possible and a lot of crazy ideas jump into my head and they always have.
“But I always try and make sure that I save them for WrestleMania or I’ll save them where it’ll actually mean something and be remembered. I’m not diving face-first through a flaming table with thumbtacks in my back unless it’s WrestleMania, because I know that will be one that people are gonna remember. If you just do it on Raw one week, well, then it’s gone and it’s not gonna be remembered because there’s 52 other Raws or 51 other Raws during the year.
“WrestleMania happens once a year. If you’re a casual fan, you may be watching. If you’re a wrestling fan, you’re definitely watching and that’s the one that I know has the worldwide eyeballs on it so that’s where you gotta go for it and man, you put me in a Hell in a Cell, I gotta go for it even if I’m 49-years-old. That’s just part of the way I’m wired so, I have some pretty extra stupid ideas. We’ll see if they let me try them, they probably won’t. But we’ll see.”