Tommy Dreamer Discusses How Beat Up Edge Worked, Says He Walked Like A 90-Year-Old With Crippling Arthritis & Needed Help Carrying His Luggage

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Former WWE star Tommy Dreamer has a new editorial on The Kingston Whig Standard where he pays tribute to his friend and upcoming WWE Hall of Fame inductee Edge. Below is an excerpt:

The neck injury was just one of many he [Edge] sustained in his illustrious career.

I was with him when he tore his pectoral muscle. I was also with him when he tore his achillies tendon. I could see how beat up he was after matches. Watching him in the ring, you couldn’t tell, but he walked like a 90-year-old with crippling arthritis after.

I would help him carry his luggage to rooms because he had little to no strength in his arms, yet night after night, he continued to go into the ring and do what he most loved doing since he was a kid.

I am very proud to see him being inducted in WWE Hall of Fame this year, but even more proud to call him my friend.

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