Edge is one of those unique stars that the WWE fans loved to hate during his days in the company as the dastardly villain.
The Ultimate Opportunist carved out a Hall of Fame-worthy career and did brilliant work in some iconic feuds during his time in Vince McMahon's organisation.
Right off the bat, fans will bring up the rivalries with John Cena and The Undertaker as some of his finest work.
When Edge and Christian sat down for a recent episode of E&C's Pod of Awesomeness, the duo discussed a tradition we usually see in football during a Q&A session - players exchanging shirts once the match is over.
In wrestling, we haven't really seen that on-screen, but we don't know who exchanges what behind the scenes.
Now, though, The Rated R Superstar has revealed that there's only one star on the roster that he has exchanged gear with - The Undertaker.
That speaks volumes about how well-respected The Deadman is by his peers, and it's something Edge believes is a cool memory to have.
According to Wrestling Inc, Christian said: "I have talked about this before, I have always been bad at saving memorabilia. I tried to get better at it my last two years," Christian said.
"I have done it on a couple of occasions, but I know for you [Edge], like when you had your match against Undertaker, you were better at exchanging things and doing things like that than I have.
I wished for some of the bigger moments and matches, looking back now someday I am going to regret not doing more of that."
Edge then added: "The only time I have exchanged gear with someone was with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 24.
"I gave him my kick-pads and my tights from that and I got his gloves. It is pretty cool. I am glad I got that memory," Edge said.
"I saved everything; all my gear over the years; my trench coats and stuff that I have saved. It is all packed away nicely and neatly in vacuum-sealed bags and all that stuff.
"One day if the girls decide they want to do something with it - whether they want to give it away to charity, or buy a slushy with it, I don't know, but it'll be there."
WWE fans know just how big of a deal it was for The Phenom to leave his iconic gear in the middle of the ring at WrestleMania 33 following his loss to Roman Reigns.
He's worked hard to make sure every aspect of his character means something. In comparison, a regular name on the current roster leaving a shirt in the middle of the ring probably wouldn't mean as much.
For Edge to have a piece of history after being one of the lucky victims to fail at WrestleMania just shows how much he and the rest of the WWE fans respect The Deadman.
What do you make of Edge and The Undertaker swapping gear after their WrestleMania 24 match? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.
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