10 Most loyal superstars in professional wrestling history
Loyalty and professional wrestling are two words which are rarely used together. The wrestling business might be known for steroid scandals, backstabbing, controversies or even some good wrestling. But it will never be famous for loyalty. The Monday Night Wars were the prime examples to support that statement as superstars were jumping from one company to other within the blink of an eye.
Despite such a reputation, the wrestling business does have some gems beneath all the dirt. A handful of superstars has the stand out quality of staying loyal to certain promotions while some like CM Punk.. And they do this irrespective of the situation that the company is in. This list takes a look at such superstars that proved the existence of loyalty in professional wrestling.
The Rated-R superstar saw all the highs and lows of his career in WWE. After having a horrible start to his career in WCW, Edge joined WWE. He was part of the legendary TLC Matches and afterwards, Edge had a main event run as well. He wrestled for the company despite the doctor's telling him not to.
After retirement, Edge got a lot of offers from other wrestling promotions including TNA. He rejected all and decided it was better to be around Vince McMahon's promotion. He still makes occasional appearances for the company and deserves all the credits that come his way.