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Edge Moves Closer To Incredible Record

Edge cuts a promo

With a career laden with titles, accolades, and even a WWE Hall of Fame induction, Edge has inched closer to another record after competing at Hell In A Cell.

At Hell In A Cell, Edge teamed with his Judgment Day partners Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley to take on the team of AJ Styles, Finn Balor, and Liv Morgan. Ultimately, it was an Edge spear to Balor that was enough for The Judgment Day to pick up the victory – Edge’s third straight win on premium live events.

However, the match moved Edge to another record for having the most matches after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Edge was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2012, one year after he was forced to originally retire due to injury.

The Rated-R Superstar made a grand return to action at the 2020 Royal Rumble, and now after his Hell In A Cell bout, he has competed in 17 televised WWE matches since his Hall of Fame induction, which is the fourth most in history.

Twitter account @wwestats published the record and noted that the 11-times world champion is now just two matches behind Pat Patterson who wrestled 19 times after his WWE Hall of Fame induction in 1996 as well as Kurt Angle who also wrestled 19 times after his induction in 2017.

Top of the list is Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler who has wrestled on television in WWE a whopping 32 times since he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2007.