- 02/16/2011, 01:52PM ET
Total Package said 02/16, 01:52 PM
Rules: 1st argument - State winner
2nd argument - Argue how the match would progress.
3rd argument - Argue which finishing manuever the winner would use or how the match would conclude.
*Since I'm offering the chanllenge, I defer the 1st argument. Good Luck!!!!
XXPCHXX.-LBJ6 wins game1!! said 02/16, 02:48 PM
although i'd rather Sting win.. owell..
Vince isn't going to let Taker lose man, come on!
Total Package said 02/16, 05:18 PM
Obviously, I'll take the Stinger.
Sting will use his athleticism to take control of the match at the beginning and the fans will go crazy. He'll clothesline Undertaker over the top rope go out and throw him back inside. Unfortunately, Sting will attempt a high risk move that will give "The Taker" the momentum. Momemtum shift will occur with both wrestlers being outside the ring. Probably with the Undertaker faking that Sting has control of the match while leaning against the ring post and Sting attempts another clothesline, but the Undertaker moves out of the way at the last second. Then Undertaker will take control of the match and hit Sting with all of his power moves with Sting kicking out of pinning predicaments as the ref is bringing his hand down to the mat for the count of 3.
XXPCHXX.-LBJ6 wins game1!! said 02/16, 07:39 PM
Undertaker will use his pure power to overcome Sting'ers "athleticism".. Hhahahah Just kiddn.. i know how great Sting is Total Package..
Sting will be the first man in the ring.. Undertaker's music comes on but no undertaker.. All the sudden you see Paul Bearer coming down the aisle.. Undertaker comes from underneath the ring and takes sting by surprise.. Sting has his way with the Undertaker midway through the match but Sting gets side tracked when Arn Anderson comes to the ring.. He flashes the Four horsemen sign and sting turns around to the big boot of the undertaker.. Undertaker then puts him to rest with the tombstone.. Paul Bearer and Arn anderson walk back to the back together while the undertaker raises his opponents hand in respect.. Sting gets his bat from outside and then ko's the taker.. the lights go off and sting is gone.
that's my scenerio
Total Package said 02/17, 01:50 PM
Sting will puts the Scorpion Death Lock on Taker, but the Undertaker manages to reach the ropes to break the hold. Vince comes in to help Taker in order to preserve his undefeated streak, but it backfires when he hits Taker on top of the head with a chair and Sting quickly drops Undertaker on the chair using the Scorpion Death Drop. In addition, Sting has beaten the Undertaker back in the late 80s when Taker was known as "Mean" Mark Callous during the WCW days. Sting beating Taker would bring more watchers to RAW the following Monday than Taker beating Sting. That is all that the ring announcers would talk about throughout the telecast.
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