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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-22-2014, 09:58 PM
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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

Boss Man did nothing after he came back from WCW. It was really a shame. A talent wasted.
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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

Not a good match, but it was a great way to finish it. Such a controversial decision and a shocking sight. I would definitely say it was one of the most memorable moments from the Attitude Era. Shame we'll never anything like that again.

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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

It was in a Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 15.



It`s one of the forgotten Hell in a Cell matches, it was only the 3rd at the time, it did not even make it to the Hell in a Cell DVD.

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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

I didnt think it was a cool stunt. it didnt bother me at the time, still doesnt.

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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

It was really disturbing to see, as a Kid I was horrified.

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Re: Undertaker hanging Big Bossman?

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Who would be a more credible opponent? Boss Man was solid in the late 90's. He wasn't the biggest star in the world, but he was credible enough to face Taker at the time.
Not to forget that at the time nobody was aware of the Undertaker streak because the number of his WrestleMania wins was until XV not that impressive.

For me it was worse to book him against Mark Henry at WrestleMania 22 when his streak number became impressive and they already started with the "who will be the one who will break Undertaker's streak"

Also I agree with you with Boss Man being credible at the time during the Corporation era
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Who would be a more credible opponent? Boss Man was solid in the late 90's. He wasn't the biggest star in the world, but he was credible enough to face Taker at the time.
If we're going by creditability Ken Shamrock and Big Show were both corporation members at the time. Boss Man really only made sense because you could make the argument he was Vince's right hand man. He was technically the first member of the corporation who wasn't a stooge.
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