After he experienced "The Ultimate Challenge" at WrestleMania VI from a seat in Toronto's SkyDome and saw his
hero Hulk Hogan battle Ultimate Warrior, Edge swore to one day headline WrestleMania. After winning an essay writing
contest in the Toronto Star, he received free wrestling training by Sweet Daddy Siki and Ron Hutchinson at
Sully's Gym. Edge made his World Wrestling Federation debut in 1998. He first started to shine as part of a tag team
during the WWF's "Attitude" Era. Along with Christian, Edge was part of the one famous tag teams in sports entertainment
history. He was involved in some of the most brutal matches the world has ever seen. Edge and Christian won their first
World Tag Team Championships in the Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match at WrestleMania 2000. (Continued Below)
When Edge and Christian split, Edge established himself as a singles star after he won the 2001 King of the Ring. On the July 4, 2002 episode of SmackDown, he teamed with childhood idol Hulk Hogan and capture the World Tag Team
In November 2004, his autobiography, Adam Copeland on Edge, was released. It was a huge hit among WWF fans. Edge
etched his name in the history books once again in 2005 when he competed in the inaugural "Money in the Bank" ladder match
at WrestleMania 21. After the Elimination Chamber at New Year's Revolution 2006, he cashed in his Money in the Bank clause to face John Cena and speared his way to his first WWE Championship. Since then sports entertainment's quintessential opportunist hasn't looked back.
Throughout his awesome career he's suffered a torn ACL, a torn Achilles tendon, ruptured labra, a broken neck, a fractured skull, and countless stitches. After over a decade in World Wrestling Entertainment, the "Rated-R Superstar" has become recognized as one of the most detested and decorated figures. He has proven over and over again that he will go to any lengths to achieve what he wants, when he wants. He is one of the most talented, ruthless, and resilient competitors WWE has ever known.