Source: Kingston Whig-Standard
The Kingston Whig-Standard has posted an interview with former WWE Superstar Edge, who will be appearing at the debut of Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore event this Saturday, October 6th in Poughkeepsie, New York. During the interview, Edge addressed recent rumors of having heat with WWE for appearing at the show.
"Haven't heard a thing," he said. "All I hear is from people saying 'it's on the Internet,' which, it's got to be true then …"
He also says that he hasn't been offered another contract from WWE.
"I wasn't offered another contract," he claimed, and stated that his recent SmackDown appearance was "another day at the office."
Edge also discussed Dreamer's new promotion.
"I think it can be a place that I know Tommy kind of wants it to be — where guys can have a little bit more freedom to maybe not have quite as many restraints," he said. "That doesn't mean light bulbs or any of that crap. I think it just (means) if guys want to go out and try some different things, they'll have the freedom to do it.
"And I'm sure they'll be told 'hey, that didn't work,' but you don't know unless you try. I think you'll probably have the Young Bucks and (Brian) Kendrick and (Paul) London go out and try a million things. Half of them might work, half of them might not, but it will be cool to watch the process of what does and doesn't. Or where things should be tweaked."
Edge also discussed his relationship with Dreamer, retirement and more, you can check out the full interview by clicking here.