Jeff Hardy: Correct me if I'm wrong. When I became WWE Champion, I think I beat a punk that goes by the name of The Rated R Superstar, Edge. That's you, right?
Edge: So you want to talk about one lucky night? What about all the next...
Jeff Hardy: Come on, Edge, a lucky night is when a brother turns on a brother, smashes him in the head with a steel chair, and leaves him for dead, leaves him for you to capture cheap victory. You know it, man. I've been battling with my brother the last few months, trying to find some closure to this madness and I still haven't found it yet. I'm still missing something, I'm still missing championship gold that was taken from me at the Royal Rumble. But you know what? That's all right, because at Judgement Day, it's coming back to where it belongs, to Jeff Hardy!
Edge: I want to talk about over ten years. Yeah, over ten years time now, Jeff. You see, Jeff, you and I? We started in this company just about the same time, yeah, and since the very first time we locked up until we're standing here face to face right now, one thing has always remained the same between you and I. Me, I see an opportunity, I take advantage of it and I make the most out of it. That's what I do. You, you get opportunity after opportunity handed to you, whether you deserve it or not, and what do you do? You squander them. So you come out here, you got everyone else fooled. You're a new man, you've turned over a new leaf, you just want closure, right, Jeff? You don't got me fooled. I see past it, I know deep down inside, you're still the same screw up you've always been and you always will be.
"The Cutting Edge" made its Superstars debut.