An overly excited Edge opened the show in his hometown to an enormous response. He's glad to be home. Especially since his home is, well, home to millions of devoted fans who might want to watch his new show Haven.
Triple H, it seems, wanted Edge to have Randy Orton as his guest on the "Cutting Edge." Instead, citing Orton's status as a completely lame and boring loser, Edge invited Daniel Bryan out to a big pop.
Eventually, because this is wrestling, Orton and Triple H came out and went back and forth with Edge. While Edge dismissed Hunter's ability to pick talent, Triple H cut to the chase:
"You never drew a dime, buddy."
Edge is having fun dissing Triple H, who can't do anything about it because of Edge's recurring health problems. Edge is untouchable. But Christian is not. The segment ended with the Shield dragging Edge's former partner out onto the ramp. Triple H, as always, got the last laugh.
Memorable Moments and Quotes
"Every time I come out here, you guys remind me of why this is home." —Edge.
"My problem with Randy is that he's a hand-picked puppet." —Edge.
"What a shame that your body failed you at such a young age." —Randy Orton.
"You were running around backstage talking about how this Vanilla Ice wannabe John Cena wouldn't make it." —Edge on Triple H's track record as a talent evaluator.
"I didn't marry into my success...you're not a dictator. You're a dick."—Edge.
Another excellent opening segment. The crowd was insanely hot and Edge, too, was on fire.
I enjoyed the back and forth between Triple H and Edge. It blurred the lines between work and shoot nicely. Unfortunately, Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan were mere spectators.
It made for good television, sure. But did it sell any pay-per-views?