Edge and Randy Orton will go head-to-head in a Last Man Standing match at WrestleMania 36.
The Viper accepted the Rated R Superstar’s challenge on this week’s episode of Raw.
Edge was forced to retire due to a serious neck injury in 2011, but made his in-ring return for the first time in nine years at the Royal Rumble in January.
The former world champion eliminated Orton, his long-time friend in WWE, which planted the seeds for the feud.
And the following night on Raw, Orton brutally attacked Edge with a steel chair to the head.
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Orton went one step further, too, when he RKO’d Edge’s real-life wife Beth Phoenix earlier this month.
It is arguably the most intriguing storyline heading into WrestleMania, which will take place on April 4 and 5 in multiple locations without any fans because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Edge vs Orton in a Last Man Standing match has the possibility to main event one of the two nights.