The last two rivalries on Edge's list are considered a tie because of the level of excitement, the level of drama and the level of action both rivalries brought.
Considered number two right now: Edge vs. John Cena.
When Cena first started out in the WWE he actually befriended Edge, but it was only a one time deal. So in the year 2005 at the WWE pay-per-view event New Year's Revolution 2006, Edge would make his date with history by cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase to become WWE Champion for the very first time in his career. However, Edge did it against a man who would become one of his many hated enemies: John Cena.
Following the events of New Year's Revolution, Cena & Edge would face each other in matches on Monday Night RAW and at the Royal Rumble. But the rivalry was on hold entering Wrestlemania 22. But, quickly following Wrestlemania 22, Edge would seek to regain what was once his. So, the two superstars, along with Triple H would first meet at Backlash 2006. But then Rob Van Dam entered the mix.
But Edge would prevail and take the title away from Rob Van Dam. Then the rivalry between Cena and Edge was revived. And who can forget the events of the Cena and Edge rivalry during the year 2006?
What about events such as Edge and Lita's 'live sex show celebration'? Cena throwing Edge into the Long Island Sound? Summerslam 2006, TLC match at Unforgiven 2006, Edge slapping Cena's father, even Steel Cage matches? But even then the rivalry between Edge and Cena would not end. Three years after fighting each other for the WWE Championship, Edge would steal away another championship from Cena, the World Heavyweight Championship.
Then came Wrestlemania 25, the Triple Threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship. John Cena vs. Edge vs. Big Show. Cena would again triumph over Edge. But sadly in 2009, Edge wanted to put the rivalry to an end. Which meant only one of them would be the Last Man Standing, and it was Edge.
This rivalry was so big, fans even compared it to rivalries like Michigan vs. Ohio State or even compared it to the New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. It was a rivalry of hate, a rivalry of bitterness, and an ultimate rivalry.
The last time the world saw Cena and Edge was when both rivals shook hands out of respect for one another. While Edge and John Cena were the bitterest enemies, they were the best of competitors.
But what rivalry of Edge's could be tied with one of the most fiercest rivalries in the history of the WWE?