On the June 6 episode of Monday Night Raw, Edge was kicked out of the Judgement Day faction by Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest, being replaced by Finn Balor.
He then wasn’t seen on WWE TV again for six weeks, only making his return at SummerSlam on July 30 to help The Mysterios beat Judgement Day.
He appeared on Monday Night Raw the following night, and a new report has indicated that the former WWE Champion appearing on the show is going to be commonplace moving forwards.
Edge has been a part-time member of the WWE roster since his shock return in January 2020, but he’s about to embark on one of his full-time runs.
WWE Hall of Famer Edge is now being advertised for all episodes of Monday Night Raw leading up Clash at the Castle.
While it’s not been confirmed whether or not Edge will wrestle at the big show in Cardiff on September 3, the fact that he’s being advertised for all shows up to that stage does make it seem quite likely.
If the former WWE Champion is wrestling at the show, you have to think that a match with Damian Priest, or more likely Finn Balor, is the direction Triple H will choose to go.
WWE has been doing its best to promote Clash at the Castle as one of the biggest Premium Live Events of the year, and bringing back Edge for that show will certainly help with the perception of it.
Some have speculated that WWE could look to bring in Edge’s real-life wife, Beth Phoenix, for a spot at Clash at the Castle.
If that does happen, Edge and Beth Phoenix v Rhea Ripley and one of the two male members of Judgement Day could be the way WWE goes with this feud.
For more on what WWE is planning for Edge in the lead-up to Clash at the Castle, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.
You can watch Edge every week on Monday Night Raw live in the US on the USA Network and FOX respectively, and in the UK on BT Sport.