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Old 01-24-2013, 10:14 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Default Re: Goldberg's streak - how should it have ended?

The right guy ended The Streak.

IMO, streaks like that only serve a purpose when it's used to either further an angle or build up a star. Lot of WCW guys were pretty up in age by that point and I like to think that the 2 weeks following Starrcade 1998 wasn't what Nash had in mind.

But, I still feel in hindsight that the right guy ended it. Only guys, who by December 1998 should have accomplished that was DDP. But, I'm assuming along with that came the prospect of turning either DDP or Goldberg heel, which wouldn't have been wise. Turning a guy like Nash heel had more potential benefit, until Terry used his stroke to fuck it all up.
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