|By Marc Middleton | September 24, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsider- For those wondering after he appeared on Friday's SmackDown, Edge has not signed a new deal with WWE. Edge is still a free agent able to do whatever he wants. WWE offered him a contract but it wasn't what he wanted. Edge is basically controlling his own future and will continue to work with WWE when it makes sense.
- Kevin Nash and The Great Muta won their tag team match in the co-main event of All Japan Pro Wrestling's show on Sunday in Yokohama. They defeated Taiyo Kea & Seiya Sanada after Nash hit a powerbomb. After the match, Nash posed with Muta and Masahiro Chono for a nWo reunion. Thanks to Puroresuspirit.com for the photo:
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