Eric Edge is known World-Wide as one of the
most daring competitors in professional wrestling. He became famous competing
in Japan as the Extreme Kid. As the Extreme
Kid, he competed in some of the most dangerous matches known around the
wrestling world. He is famous for defeating his longtime tag team partner
Lance Phoenix in a Barbed-Wire, Kentucky Death Match.
Soon thereafter, he joined the infamous Extreme Trampoline
Wrestling organization. There he became the very first ETW American
Champion defeating Ravishing Ryan Fackler as the Extreme Kid. After dropping
the title to the Enforcer, he shed his Extreme Kid moniker and became simply
Eric Edge. He regained the American title
and held that title for two and a half years. After the ETW disbanded,
Eric Edge entered the world of the Basement Wrestling
Federation. He quickly made an impact by challenging Philly Impell.
They had, what many consider three of the greatest matches ever seen. Eric
Edge is considered the premier high-flyer of the BWF and has captured the
BWF American Championship since entering the BWF. When he first arrived,
Eric Edge was perhaps the most popular wrestler in
the BWF, however he has changed. After his three match series with
Philly Impell, they have since become close friends according to many insiders.
Eric Edge was once a humble and appreciative superstar. Now he is considered
an egotistical, unappreciative, no good jackass.
However, no one can deny the reckless abandon that Eric Edge brings to
the ring night in and night out. He may not be everyone's favorite wrestler,
like he likes to claim, but he is definitely one of the best.