Source: Sports Illustrated
"I was champion and I wanted to pass this on to whomever it was eventually, so it really hit home when I was told, 'We're not going to allow you to compete anymore.' We did have a tentative plan to go forward once [Alberto] Del Rio and I were through our program. Christian would have cost me the title to Del Rio, and then we would have moved on and done our thing – and I thought he would retire me at WrestleMania. That's how I wanted to go out. I wanted to do the favor, drop the title, and then have Christian be the cause – then spend the final few months of my career wrestling my lifelong best friend, and really have him go off in a great heel direction once I retired."
On Jeff Hardy:
"The fact that he is still able to move, at this point, is amazing. He's made such a plaster scene. Even just his energy, he's very loose. He's an easy-going guy, and maybe that translated to his body being able to absorb all that punishment through the years. I don't know, but he's still going, and that's a fact."
Who he would like to wrestle:
"If you put a heel "Rated R Superstar" with Sami Zayn as a babyface, that would be something I would like to do. Seth is already set and already in a position where he's OK, but if I ever came back, I'd like to wrestle somebody that I feel deserves to be in a top spot and show why. Sami is a guy I look at and go, 'Man, that guy is so super talented.' I'd love to get in there as a heel with Jeff Hardy. I loved wrestling Jeff in terms of his selling and all those things, or a match against Christian.
Edge also talked about the Edge and Christian show, his campaigns and more. You can read the full interview here.
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