Why Edge Should Walk Out of WM25 Still World Heavyweight Champion

T johnsonCorrespondent IApril 4, 2009

In my first article I said "there is no way two heels will leave Wrestlemania with both world titles."

Today, I will still stand by that statement. I do think Randy Orton will win the WWE title and John Cena, being the face of the company, will win the World Heavyweight Championship.

But not so fast...Even though I think John Cena will win the World Heavyweight title on the "Grandest Stage of them all" doesn't mean he should.

Edge is the best all-around wrestler in the WWE today. I know what you are thinking; I thought he was a Randy Orton fan?

I am, but I must give credit where it is due, and Edge by far is the best. With the combination of his in-ring ability, talent, look, and mic work he stands at the top of the business today.

Last night on Smackdown he said, "I am the best in the world at what I do." I couldn't agree more.

For the last three years, Edge has taken the WWE by storm, winning eight world championships. So obviously, Vince is very high on his work.

Also, he is arguably the most decorated champion in the history of the business, with 12 tag team championships and 5 IC championships. With all this being said, I feel Edge is the most deserving out of the other two competitors in the Triple Threat World title match at WM25.

Edge is the absolute best in the WWE today and should retain the World Heavyweight Championship at WM 25.