No, i'm sick and tired of people bringing this shit up. Kane should not wrestle Undertaker at a Wrestlmania again. They've fueded too many times, and have wrestled at Mania twice. Nothing good can come from a match between Kane and Undertaker. Not when you can get the likes of Undertaker/Cena, Undertaker/Punk or Undertaker/Sheamus even.
ofc they might be better matches, but we´re talking a fitting opponent to end the career. As the legend Taker is, he should have a proper last match against someone who meant something for him through his career imo, and who wouldnt fit more then his "brother" Kane? Hell even Michaels would be great for a third match with their recent feud, and tbh Michaels made the streak relevant.
As a mark for both men, I'd love it. But common sense dictates that if the streak ends, it'll be to put a new guy WAY over. And by that I mean new, rather than Punk or Cena. Ryback could be a good fit. In a years' time, who knows? Rhodes, Sandow or even Barrett could be a good fit by then.
Kane is ruined as a credible threat for that type of status in my eyes. A comedy gimmick centered around hugging people and therapy coupled with tag teaming with a goat beard that you hug and straddled last night at the Rumble will do that to you. You just don't all of a sudden become the monster again and major, overwhelming construction will be needed to rebuild his character if this idea is to gain any traction within the next year.
[quote=FredForeskinn;13240865]mmm Ive been telling they should do a storyline like that too at times. It would be a great end for both. Lets say someone of them chokeslams the other thru the ring(down to hell) and the one falling down gets up with an arm and grabs the other one and drags him down with him. Both goes home.
I like that idea mabye undertaker can tombstone kane through the ring followed by a black out and some wierd magic gimmick mabye fire or something from all over the arena and then paul bearer pulls a drama act and goes looks into the hole in the middle of the ring when suddenly undertaker pulls one of his legs and kane pulls the other and drags him into hell with them
this would mean that the match ends in a no result and doesnt undermine the streak as technically undertake did not loose/win but just "returned home"
It's safe to say by now that CM Punk is a future Hall of Famer. He has his Austin 3:16 moment in the Raw Roulette Pipebomb, he has the longest WWE title reign of the modern era, he's the only back to back MitB winner. He's huge right now.
So what if tonight on RAW (Raw Roulette again - very fitting) Punk is all set to deliver a Pipebomb about how he wants his title back and how he was screwed. When bam...lights out. Everyone expects the Shield. When the lights come on, Undertaker is in the ring staring down Punk, he points to the WM sign and leaves.
Taker would then go away for a while, maybe a few cryptic promos interrupt Punk's mic time. But Punk would then enter EC for the WWE title. It would be down to Punk and Rock. Punk looks like he's about to win, then Taker appears from beneath the chamber, chokeslams him, and leaves. Setting us up for Mania.
Bonus points from my own personal preference would be if Taker adopted a Phenom/ABA hybrid character, since if losing the streak is to be his last match, he needs to lose the protected character for his HoF induction and possibly a goodbye tribute episode the following RAW. Using his best theme ever:
It will never happen. If he did, he still be in the same position as he's in now.
Originally Posted by new_guy
People complain about newer talent not getting over, but what they mean is that their favourite isn't getting over, everyone else can go to hell. I'm for as many people getting over as possible, it would improve the show and the more over people there are, the more avenues there are to push new talent, yes, your favourites are more likely to get pushed if there are more over people to feud with.