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Old 04-22-2012, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default The Undertaker vs John Cena - WM (I Quit Match)?

Two men who I could never see quitting. Sure maybe a 2003 (Heel rapper) verison of John Cena I could of seen quitting but after everything Cena has been through and evolving into this "SUPERMAN, never quit " and turning into a massive star I couldnt see him saying the words " I quit " especially if he was still a face.

Than Undertaker another man in his current Deadman gimmick and also at Wrestlemania I could not see Taker quitting. It's probably one of those matches Id go into thinking "Somethings gonna happen so that both of these don't say I quit".

Who would win this match?
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Old 04-22-2012, 03:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Based on what would be better for business, I would say Cena. He could benefit alot from beating Undertaker at WM.
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Taker will never loose at WM
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Taker the deadman won't quit. I hate the streak and cena. But would love to see anyone snap it even cena
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Streak is not going to end.
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No thanks. I can't think of many more boring match stipulations than the "I Quit" match. Barring The Rock and Mankind, I can't even think of any other memorable I Quit matches. Both Undertaker and Cena deserve better on the grandest stage of them all.
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:17 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Seriously, people need to stop dreaming Taker vs Cena will be an I Quit match.

While an I Quit match sounds intriguing, the drama will be reduced heavily to the point the in-ring psychology that might be needed to make the match special will be hard to present. No offense, but just take a look at Austin/Bret at WM 13 and compare it to matches that rely heavily on in-ring psychology & crowd reactions like, say, Rock/Hogan at WM 18 or Taker/HBK at WM 25 or Taker/HHH at WM 28. While brutality & in-ring quality wise, some people would say Bret/Austin is better than any of the 3 match, but can anyone really say Bret/Austin had the better crowd reactions, edge on the seat moments, or overall emotion & drama? Of course not, because from the start the crowds knew the match could only end in one way: submission.

Whereas the other 3 matches managed to garner the better crowd reactions, edge on the seat moments, and overall emotion & drama because they could end any time with any attempt which in turn brought the best out the crowd reactions (like when HBK kicked out of the first Tombstone at Wrestlemania 25 or when Taker kicked out of the Sweet Chin Music + Pedigree combo at Wrestlemania 28).

And since it's clear ever since Wrestlemania 25 The Undertaker's Wrestlemania matches have relied more in in-ring psychology than in-ring moves (ala his WM 23 or 24 match), I think making it I Quit would only hurt it more than it helps it. I mean, with I Quit, we know there will be no thrill should John Cena reverse a 2nd/3rd Tombstone and give the Undertaker a feel of his own Tombstone cause no way the match will end that way. But imagine if it's a 1 on 1 normal match, with Taker about to give Cena a 2nd/3rd Tombstone, but Cena reverses it and Tombstones The Undertaker. I bet from that moment to the initial pinfall count, both the crowds and us here watching will be on the edge of our seat.

Besides, Undertaker has lost an I Quit match to CM Punk before.
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Default Re: The Undertaker vs John Cena - WM (I Quit Match)?

I Quit doesn't fit for a big match because the finish is always going to be slow, John Cena V Undertaker in a Submission match, STF V Hells Gate would be far more interesting to see if either taps and its definitely intense like a pinfall.
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I like I Quit matches but only if it's two good mat wrestlers and Cena can't wrestle Im sorry. Neither of those guys will ever tap out at Mania.

If people hate Cena now just have him break the streak and see what happens.

I dont ever see the streak ending. I want to see Taker retire just because of how classic Taker/HHH was at WM28. I bet Taker does 1-3 more Manias though. Sometime the last five years V Edge, HBK and HHH would have been great times for the streak to end but at this point I just don't see it happening. I was really pulling for Edge to end the streak at WM24.

I did read something about how Taker wanted Angle to end the streak at WM22. With the new Taker Streak DVD set coming out that makes me think the streak will end or Taker is done. Who the hell knows though.

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Barring The Rock and Mankind, I can't even think of any other memorable I Quit matches.
Flair V Funk in 1989 was a pretty awesome I Quit match. I guess you can also call Bret Hart V Austin at WM13 one as well even though Austin didnt quit per se.
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^^ that works also.
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