This was honestly the last match I was genuinely excited for in WWE.
We had seen another "Super Cena" moment, where Cena overcame the odds and beat Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Chris Masters and Carlito to retain the WWE Championship.
Many of us had hoped that Cena would finally lose the title after holding on to it for nine months.
And then Vince McMahon came out and told WWE personnel to raise the Elimination Chamber.
As I said previously, none of us knew what to expect out of the Money in the Bank briefcase.
And then Edge's music hit, and I literally jumped out of my chair.
Edge would come to the ring after John Cena had been involved in a match for nearly a half an hour and earn his nickname, "the Ultimate Opportunist."
I was so angry after Edge hit the first spear and Cena kicked out because I wanted to finally see something different.
Then, Edge hit the second spear, and the rest if history.
Edge had finally become a legitimate WWE Champion; the first of many in his illustrious career.
You could see the elation in his face, and even the crowd cheered for him, even though he was one of the biggest heels at the time.
This was a moment that overcame storylines and characters; this was a man that finally achieved his dream.
I would like to thank Edge for all the years of entertainment he has provided us all with and wish him the best of luck in whatever he chooses to do with his life. Thank God he made the choice to leave while he was still on top and could enjoy the rest of his life.
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