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Is Undertaker the man WWE are most afraid to say goodbye to?

This man is considered a legend/icon and practically one of the best ever. This is the man who has gone on to have a 20-0 streak and a man who is the most known professional wrestler. He's been world champion, royal rumble winner, hes been in 5 star matches, involved in top feuds you name it.

Hes the man who most people buy to see Wrestlemania to see if this is the year the streak ends. So this makes me think with his age and obviously hes not able to like he use to do you think WWE are too afraid to let taker go and retire?

WM buyrates is important to Vince and he knows without Taker it wouldnt be as high so do you think Taker is too valuable for Vince to ever say goodbye to the phenom?

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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

Taker definitely helps, but I don't think he's who most people buy it for.

Taker finally retiring will be odd. I mean even though he's only around for one part of the year nowadays anyway, you still always feel like "he's there" and could come back at any moment. But when he finally says "That's it I'm done", it will be odd to not have that presence there anymore.

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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

FACT: Taker has'nt put a young talent over since brock lesnar in 2003
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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

No. He's not there for the most part as it is anyway.



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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

I like the current system

Dont see why they would need to change it, its perfect

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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

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FACT: Taker has'nt put a young talent over since brock lesnar in 2003
Although Taker didn't lose to him, Randy Orton came out looking a lot better after their match at WM 21. So, I think he definitely got Orton over after HHH killed momentum in late '04
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FACT: Taker has'nt put a young talent over since brock lesnar in 2003
Yes he has. He made Batista, Orton, Edge, JBL, Jeff and Kennedy look better than before they wrestled him

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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are afraid to say goodbye to?

FFS he has mostly worked SD since 04 so no he could be gone and it would not matter one single buy

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Randy Orton (2005), Khali (2006), Kennedy (2006), Mark Henry (2006 & 2007), and Kozlov (2009) say hello.
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Re: Is Undertaker the man WWE are most afraid to say goodbye to?

Taker only has one match a year but wwe are desperate enough to go back to the attitude era stars as they have no faith in the young guys being draws.


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