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Old 10-24-2007, 03:35 AM   #930 (permalink)
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Default Re: WWE 2007 & Beyond by DDMac

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Originally Posted by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
There are SERIOUS talks of having John Cena go over The Undertaker at WrestleMania 23. Even though Cena has been turned heel and has been on the losing end of a match here or there, he has remained strong and is still looked as THE future of the WWE - even more so than WrestleMania main eventers Edge, Mr. Kennedy and Randy Orton. Taker wants to keep his streak intact, as do the majority of the higher-ups but don’t be shocked if it happens. Vince McMahon is in favor of it.

We reported weeks ago that Stone Cold Steve Austin was heading towards the end of his run with the WWE. Well, you can add The Rock in that category as well. Though Rock has thoroughly enjoyed his current run, he’s been bitten by the movie bug once more and is on his way back to Hollywood. The current plan is for Rock to stay around a while longer though, possibly until SummerSlam. He wants to give back a bit more to the company and has proposed a feud with WrestleMania 23 headliner, Mr. Kennedy.
-Well personally I don't feel Undertaker's streak should be ended by any WWE superstar, but if you do you'll certainly guarantee yourself as a BTB legend by being a person to actually have the bravery to end Taker's WrestleMania streak.

-I'm glad that Austin and Rock are both retiring from in-ring competition in the WWE, as it will add a bit more reality to your thread. Although Austin popping up in a non-wrestling role every once in a while would be nice.
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