Watch: Edge hits iconic five-second pose with popular SmackDown Live superstar

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Following the returns of The Undertaker and Edge, as well as the final build towards Survivor Series this Sunday, it is fair to say SmackDown Live 900 was a success.

One of the Blue Brand's greatest successes, however, lies in their post-programme talk show called Talking Smack.

After The Miz enjoyed a breakout promo a few months ago, superstars have been welcome to tell it like it is on the show without a script and the results have been great viewing.

What the superstars say and do on the show has become almost as interesting than SD Live itself, and the big names keep appearing week after week.

This week, Edge joined Renee Young, Daniel Bryan and James Ellsworth in the studio and the latter could not pass up the chance to hit a five-second pose with the former 11-time WWE champion and Hall of Famer.

Edge is famous for many things during his career. Being one of the pioneers of the TLC match, winning and cashing in the first ever Money in the Bank contract and his hilarious hijinx with his long-time tag team partner Christian all rank highly.

However, Edge and Christian's five-second pose remains one of the funniest and inventive pre-match rituals in WWE history.

Unfortunately, Captain Charisma was not present on the Blue Brand's 900th show. However, who better to take his place than the mascot for SmackDown Live's Survivor Series team this Sunday, James Ellsworth?

As you can see in the video above, the fan in Ellsworth is still very much alive.

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