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UltimateOppitunist 01-11-2013 05:50 PM

If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
An established veteran or a rising newcomer?

Priceless Blaze 01-11-2013 06:02 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
Someone like Ziggler who's been there awhile, but long enough where they aren't giving it to some Rookie, but at the same time not someone who has a lot going for them already(i.e cena,punk,orton)

I don't want it too end but if it was I'd say let Ziggler do it or someone in the same area he is in maybe Daniel Bryan?

Guy LeDouche 01-11-2013 06:05 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Priceless Blaze (Post 12524321)
Someone like Ziggler who's been there awhile, but long enough where they aren't giving it to some Rookie, but at the same time not someone who has a lot going for them already(i.e cena,punk,orton)

I don't want it too end but if it was I'd say let Ziggler do it or someone in the same area he is in maybe Daniel Bryan?

Dolph Ziggler ending the streak would be a terrible decision. Nothing against Ziggler at all but that would be worse than Kevin Nash ending Goldberg's undefeated streak at Starrcade 98.

WashingtonD 01-11-2013 06:06 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
I read it as "established vegan"

Marrow 01-11-2013 06:06 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
If you have to break it, better to give it to someone who could really use the rub. Cena, Rock and Punk are already more or less cemented, whereas someone like Barrett, Cesaro or (God forbid) Ryback could carve their own legacy by being the streak-breaker - much like Jericho's Undisputed title win gave him bragging rights for years.

Priceless Blaze 01-11-2013 06:07 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by That's irrelevant (Post 12524409)
Dolph Ziggler ending the streak would be a terrible decision. Nothing against Ziggler at all but that would be worse than Kevin Nash ending Goldberg's undefeated streak at Starrcade 98.

Be better then someone like Cena or Punk ending it(and I'm a huge Punk mark) if it's going to be ended by anyone give it too someone who is a upper-mid carder close to the main event area who could use that too break into and stay in the Main Event. If Ziggler, or Bryan ended the streak that would be HUGE for them and they would forever be locked into the Main Event.

ColeMiner91 01-11-2013 06:07 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
The streak hopefully will remain untouched.

On the whole roster I can't think of someone who deserves that accolade, and also needs it at the same time. Ziggler is certainly not over enough to beat the freakin dead man after 20 straight wrestlemania wins where his last four are against two of the best of all times.

Shameless, shameless WWE internet mark stuff right here but I think if someone like Ambrose (someone who Has the look, mic skills, storytelling ability, ring work, bumping, etc, etc) beat him at SURVIVOR SERIES for his last match I think that would be an awesome and well deserved rub. I don't see Ziggler vs Taker at this point in The Phenom's career.

MrMeToo2 01-11-2013 06:10 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
If I had to pick, rising newcomer. The old wrestling rule of putting someone who needs it over on your way out. Also it doesn't help that two of the biggest stars in wrestling history (Flair and HBK) were both retired by established vets (HBK and Undertaker)

IMO, I think the person who ends the streak (if it happens, I don't think it should) should be a wrestler in between vet and rising newcomer. Randy Orton circa 2005 was perfect. Someone who could win the world title (or has been a world champion before) has been in the main event for a good while but isn't an automatic Hall of Fame type of guy.

just1988 01-11-2013 06:15 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
I would have somebody in the middle like Cena, a guy who's an established star but hasn't cemented his legacy just yet.

Whitem0nkey 01-11-2013 06:16 PM

Re: If the streak was to ever be broken would you rather it be by...
 
michael cole, im a cole miner


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