Edge Talks Neck Surgery, NBC Tribute To The Troops Special Viewership News



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- Edge explained Sunday that his recent neck surgery was to create a “comfortable living” post-wrestling, not to set up a potential wrestling return.

“Doctors told me I’ll never wrestle again,” Edge wrote on Twitter. “I have three plates in my neck. That’s a lot.”

When asked if he would consider a non-wrestling role on WWE television, Copeland said it’s a possibility down the road.

“Raw GM would still involve lotsa travel, which at this point still bothers my neck. As I recover more, who knows.”

- WWE’s “Tribute to the Troops” special on NBC averaged 1.3 million viewers on Saturday, December 22.



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