WWE Superstar and legendary metalhead Edge had an entrance for the history books during last night's (April 2nd) Wrestlemania. Before his Hell in a Cell match with Finn Balor, Edge came out to Slayer's nefarious 1988 classic, "South of Heaven."
Edge's entrance was topped off with a metric fuck-ton of fire, images of damned souls walking through the plains of Hell, a jacket affixed with bat wings and a mirrored skull mask. "South of Heaven" was just the first part of Edge's walk down the ramp, with the Hall of Fame wrestler's classic entrance to Alter Bridge's "Metalingus" coming second.
South of Heaven producer Rick Rubin was in the crowd to witness the epic entrance, which may have been inspired by the Las Vegas Raiders house band and their rendition of "South of Heaven" from earlier this year.
The match itself was a brutal affair, with Finn Balor getting a nasty gash across half of his scalp. Edge ultimately picked up the victory, bringing a potential end to his feud with the Judgement Day faction. Check out Edge's full entrance in the videos above and below.