- 03/23/2013, 04:14AM ET
PCH said 03/23, 04:14 AM
It's seriously a joke that he's still doing it.
Not to mention, his last 5 or 6 Mania fights have been with top in-ring competitors, kinda to push his old **** over.
No offense to the taker, hall of fame all day, but quit already.
Formerly from Ewa PGH Fan said 03/23, 08:15 AM
The Undertaker would not be in a match this WrestleMania unless he could still go. Obviously he's not the same as he was when he was younger but who is. But he's also not at Ric Flair level too old yet. Is he going to retire soon, yes. But not this year! Will Punk carry this match, of course. But Punk has been carrying his matches for a long time now, so that's nothing new.
The WWE waited so long to start the set up of this match because Undertaker wanted to be sure he could have a match that is up to his high standards. If he couldn't this match wouldn't be taking place. Bottom line!!!
It takes two to tangle and Taker's great matches the last 5 or 6 WrestleManias is partly due to him. Yes he's had some great opponents too. The build up for this match so far is going to make everyone tune in to watch Punk get his arse kicked for disrespecting the memory of Paul Bearer. I do have a slight fear that the buildup may overshadow the match but with Punk involved that quickly goes away.
I think the biggest question is, Would WWE dare have Taker lose and go to 20-1?????
PCH said 03/25, 03:46 AM
Taker's not going to lose. Taker is very close to Ric Flair status. He's un mobile, his new finisher is a dumb mma move, and he cant balance on the top rope anymore. It's very sad that he fights once a year at wrestleMania.
If I were Vince McPapers, I woulda done a triple threat match with the Rock vs John "jorts" Cena vs Brock for the heavyweight strap.. Then I'd put Triple H teaming with the New Age Outlaws, whom have recently just come back, and have them vs the Shield in NY for this year's 'Mania.
More intriguing to muah.
Taker might not be as old as Flair was be4 Flair retired from in ring action, but he's not much better, if better at all. At least Flair was super dramatic, and his "chop" was heard 'round the world. Also, Undetaker or wwe writers couldnt predict Paul Bearer's real life death. R.I.P to one of the best managers ever tho.
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