The Royal Rumble is now only two weeks away, and there has been strong rumours of superstars returning as we enter the Road to WrestleMania.
The more long-standing rumour is that Edge will be making his wrestling comeback after retiring nearly nine years ago.
The Rated-R Superstar reportedly signed a new deal with WWE in late 2019, which included a big upside and he was apparently spotted in Pittsburgh - the city where head of medical for WWE - Joseph Maroon - is based.
Edge has continuously denied the speculation, but some wrestling journalists are convinced that he will be a surprise entrant in the Rumble.
Similarly, Paige has also been rumoured for a return in two weeks time, with the Brit herself stating last week that she has a 'whole lot of career' left.
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She had another procedure done to the neck injury last year that forced her to retire in 2018, and it would be incredibly surprising if she was to ever return.
WWE legend Triple H was quizzed on the prospect of both returning at the Rumble, or in 2020 at all, and whilst he'd love to see them come back, he believes their health should take priority.
"When you're talking about people as talented as Edge and Paige, who wouldn't want them to return?" The Game told Sports Keeda.
I'm a fan, just like everyone else, and, yeah, I'd love to see them step into the ring and compete. More importantly than that, though, I'd like to see them live long and healthy lives.
"So, with both of them, those would be personal choice for them... No, I shouldn't say that. Personal choice would be a part of it, then medical choice for the other part.
"WWE is at a different level. There is no other level, almost, from a medical oversight standpoint."
WWE's medical testing is some of the most thorough in the world, and unless they're fully sure that a superstar's body is in prime condition to compete again.
If Edge has been visiting Maroon and been backstage several times recently at WWE events, they really are big pointers into his potential return.
With the amount of talk about it on social media, all eyes will be fixated on the Rumble match to see if his iconic theme song Metalingus blares out through the Minute Maid Park.News Now - Sport News