Matt Martel and Chase Parker, the duo formerly known as Ever-Rise in WWE, recently appeared as guests on Behind The Show for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.
During their appearance on the program, the duo reflected on Edge tearing his triceps in “The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever” against Randy Orton and how the injury happened while re-shooting the final spot in the match.
Featured below is an excerpt from the interview where Martel touched on this topic.
“It’s funny you bring that up, because so Edge and Randy Orton had that match, like a 45-minute match or whatever, main event of a pay-per-view. I can’t remember which one. I don’t know, so they do the match, 45 minutes long and then they decide match over, high fives, hugs.
“They bring them back out now to get some cinematic shots and that’s how Edge ends up tearing his pec or hurts his shoulder or whatever because you cool down and you don’t stretch and you’re not up and you just worked for 45 minutes and then you gotta go get this one-shot that they didn’t even end up using anyway.”
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