It’s also confirmed that the WWE Fastlane PPV will return in 2016 on February 21st from the Scottrade Center in St Louis.
WWE will then tape Raw in Kansas City, Missouri and Smackdown in Omaha, Nebraska.
Copeland was no longer a world champion, no longer a WWE superstar. What would be next for a man who turned his lifelong fandom into a career pursuit at age 17 and became one of the biggest stars of his era?
By the end of 2011, a light began to form at the end of the tunnel as Copeland began making recurring appearances on the Sy Fy show "Haven." However, in those moments, he didn't see it as much more than a temporary gig."I had no aspirations after wrestling.
Most of the people who end up in the world of professional wrestling got into the business because they loved it from the first time they saw it.
They spend years training and working as hard as they can to get their big break, and for a fortunate few, the dream of realizing a WWE career becomes a reality. Depending on how that career ends, some continue to ply their craft outside of the WWE, or transition into training or a producing role behind the scenes.
After successfully defending the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestle Mania XXVII in what would ultimately be his final match, Edge stepped into the ring on Raw the next night and announced that the effects of a previously broken neck would prevent him from being cleared to wrestle ever again.Better known as “Edge,” Adam Joseph Copeland is a retired Canadian professional wrestler who has an estimated net worth of million.Born on October 30, 1973 in Orangeville, Ontario, he became interested in wrestling at a very young age. Perfect, Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Ricky Steamboat, Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart.I truly just assumed I would retire, grow a big beard, sit on my deck and figure out what was next," said Copeland to I pretty much immediately did 'Haven,' but still had no kind of false aspirations that this was something that I'd be good at, or would want to do outside of just a couple episodes.It'd be fun, and that will be that."Copeland went into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012, and outside of a few one-off appearances and "The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesomeness," a short-lived skit-based show on the WWE Network alongside longtime partner in crime Jay "Christian" Reso, Copeland put his wrestling career behind him.