Another WWE legend is making a comeback on SmackDown
WWE is going all out for SmackDown's 900th episode next Tuesday.
The Undertaker is already confirmed to be making his first WWE appearance since WrestleMania 32, and commissioner Shane McMahon announced Tuesday that another Hall of Famer will also be a part of the show. 11-time World Champion and longtime SmackDown star Edge will return to weekly WWE programming for the first time since September 2015.
Edge also made an appearance at Fastlane in February.
Edge, much like SmackDown GM Daniel Bryan, had his in-ring career cut short due to a heartbreaking injury, but he was around long enough to become one of the most beloved stars in the company and he accomplished everything, winning the King of the Ring (2001), Money In the Bank (2005), Royal Rumble (2010, and a total of 31 championships. Edge now has a show with longtime partner Christian on the WWE Network.
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) November 8, 2016
— Adam (Edge) Copeland (@EdgeRatedR) November 8, 2016