Jun 30, 2020
WWE legend Edge’s incredible body transformation over past ten-years as he returns in better shape than ever
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WWE superstar Edge has gone through a stunning body transformation over the past ten-years.
The 46-year-old - real name Adam Copeland - only returned to the ring at the Royal Rumble earlier this year.3
The Rated-R superstar had been out for more than nine-years after retiring on medics’ advice over a serious neck injury.
Speaking before WrestleMania 35 in early April, Edge said: “I reached out to one of my best buds Rey Mysterio to ask how he whipped himself into such excellent shape at a similar age to me.
“He steered me directly toward @nutritionsolutions and it changed everything.
“Literally my whole mindset started to come together. Now before you start sounding off in the comments, this isn’t a paid ad.
“I make nothing from this company. I pay for my meals. But when I feel so strongly about a product, and I’m asked how I did it, I have no problem shouting that from the rooftops.3 Edge and Randy Orton lived up to the billing of 'Greatest Wrestling Match Ever' at Backlash
“You can’t out train a bad diet. For years I tried to do just that to no avail. So I went online, set up my meal plan, stuck to it religiously, and started to put in the work.
“I feel I got into the best shape of my life for it. We dialled it in tight.
“I cannot stress enough this would not have happened without these meals. It was an investment in myself and an investment in time I gained that I could use to devote to the girls.
“Most importantly so I could be around in a healthy capacity to be dad and partner.
“To be able to come back after 9 years and compete in a 40 minute fight at WrestleMania 36 at age 46.
“So if you’re one of the many who asked what I’m doing? Hard work. Discipline. Nutrition Solutions.
“Lots of alkaline water. Lots of planks. Lots of hanging leg raises. Lots of ab curl ups. Lots of cardio.”
He might be looking chiselled, but Edge faces months out with a torn tricep ‘Greatest Wrestling Match Ever’ against Randy Orton at WWE Backlash.
The Rated-R Superstar was forced to retire in 2011 due to a neck injury but made a stunning return in January at the Royal Rumble.Most Read In WWEX-RATEDPaige sex tape bombshell as fans express outrage at 'sex act over WWE belt'BreakingWWE SCAREWWE coronavirus scare as 'multiple people including in-ring talent test positive' 3
Edge, 46, then battled Orton at WrestleMania 36 and defeated The Viper before he was challenged again by the icon at Backlash.
Expectations could not have been any higher after WWE dubbed it the “Greatest Wrestling Match Ever” and the two did not disappoint and produced an epic clash.
But now Edge’s efforts could potentially rule him out of a trilogy fight with Orton at SummerSlam as he tore his tricep during the 40-minute long classic.WWE star Kevin Owens reveals family heartbreak after wife's grandad dies of coronavirus and urges fans to wear masks
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UFC 251 May Be Last Chance at Gold for MMA Legend Jose Aldo
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Brazilian fighting legend and former UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo Jr. will step into the Octagon at UFC 251 for another shot at gold. He is scheduled to compete for the vacant bantamweight title on July 11 against Petr Yan. The title was vacated by Henry Cejudo, who retired in May following his victory at UFC 249.
At 33 years old, Aldo has competed 34 times as a professional. The veteran fighter’s match against Yan will only be the second time the Brazilian has fought at bantamweight. He moved down from featherweight in December 2019 when he fought Marlon Moraes at UFC 245. Aldo turned in a strong effort but he lost to Moraes by split decision. He is 0-2 in his last two bouts, and the decision by the UFC to grant Aldo the bantamweight title fight has been ridiculed by many fans and analysts.
Many believe that although Aldo performed well in his bantamweight debut, he shouldn’t be getting a title shot coming off of two losses, especially with the surplus of world-class talent in the division. The other end of the argument, however, is that Aldo has a storied MMA career, and he is viewed by many as the greatest featherweight fighter of all time in that division. By legacy alone, some say Aldo has earned a shot at a title in the division south of the one he ruled for so long.
Aldo may find that UFC 251 is his last chance at gold. If the Brazilian is unable to get the job done on July 11, he will be facing a steep mountain to climb if he hopes to earn another title shot at either bantamweight or featherweight. Aldo would be 0-2 at bantamweight and in the featherweight division, he already has losses to the two best fighters, Alexander Volkanovski and Max Holloway. However, anything is possible in MMA, especially when the fighter standing in the Octagon is Jose Aldo.
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