Edge has been good friends with Christian (Jay Reso) and Kizarny (Nick Cvjetkovich), who we profiled last month, since childhood and he would like an opportunity to work together with both of them in WWE.
“If I could have Nick, Jay — I mean we grew up together,” Edge optimistically told Kenai Andrews on Slam Wrestling. “You never think all three of us could actually be in the same place.”
The key in the mix is Christian, who Edge hopes will return to WWE, but also understands if he re-signs with TNA when his contract expires at the end of the year.
“He (Reso) has to do what’s best for him,” Edge said. “If it’s being down there (TNA), than that’s what he’s got to do. But if it’s being up here with us, I’d prefer that. It’d be great.”
Edge isn’t concerned about “rehashing” the Edge & Christian team, complete with five second poses and kazoos and weight-cutting and Mick Foley. He feels confident enough to reinvent the team if that were to occur.
“I have enough confidence in what I’m doing I won’t let anything be a step back,” Edge said. “If anything, just take it and make it work. I’ve tried to take that mentality with anything, even if I look at something and go ‘Ooh. Ow. Oh well, make it work.’ Just go full-bore with it, because if you sit there and piss and moan about it, it’s probably not going to work.”
Edge pointed to the Vickie Guerrero love interest storyline as one example of taking something and making it work as much as possible, saying “Like I did with the whole Vickie thing, it’s like, ‘You cool with this Vickie?’ She said, ‘Yeah.’ I said, ‘All right, that’s cool.’ She said Eddie would get a kick out of it, I was like, ‘Sure, yeah, all right.'”