WWE News: New-Look Edge Spotted at WrestleMania Axxess

Aakash Vasa@aakash_vasaCorrespondent IIMarch 30, 2012

We all know Edge for his crafty nature, his amazing wrestling skills and his Rated-R gimmick. However, what perhaps caught everybody's attention were his long locks of golden hair.

Well, they're all gone now.

Fans have posted pictures of themselves with Edge on Twitter, and the world was in for a pleasant surprise.

The new-look Adam Copeland was seen at the WrestleMania Axxess Fanfest in Miami on Thursday. Gone was his trademark long hair, which would wrap around his ears. Instead, he was seen sporting much shorter hair, more pictures of which you can view here.

It's good to see that Edge's transition from a wrestler's life to one outside the squared circle is going so smoothly. 

While the long hair was what defined Edge, it's good to see that he has moved on from his character.

Edge gets inducted into the prestigious WWE Hall of Fame this Saturday by none other than his brother-turned-friend (Thanks, WWE) Christian. I'm quite sure the subject of his short, snazzy hair will be brought up by him in his speech. 

Hopefully we get to see the Rated-R Superstar back in the WWE in some sort of non-wrestling role soon!

 

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