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Re: Official Undertaker WM Streak Thread - No Other Threads
Thats why I kind of dread to see him go against Lesnar. Huge money match, yes, but I dont think its worth it. Im not saying Taker is a pussy and couldnt take Lesnar, but I mean Lesnar is a guy from UFC who has shown he doesnt mind to stiff em a few times, and if he done that shit to Taker especially at WM I dont see it going over too well. I also dont see Brock as the kind of guy to respect Taker and what he's done, the streak etc.. I wouldnt trust Brock to seriously put on a good match and not just fuck with him some... But its like in a way they have to find a way to do it cause if they can build up friggin Brock Lesnar, what a huge threat to the streak it would be, ( even though we all know he aint beatin Taker )..
I love the way Wm 28 ended but its gonna seem weird when Taker comes back for more WM matches. It almost seems like thats the way Takers last match should have ended, with a farewell type segment on Raw the next night.. But I guess that was really just the end of the era for those 3 men to be involved with each other, and it was probably meant to come across as that, not a farewell from Taker.
I swear if you go back and watch it slow at the end, right before Taker gets down to take his knee, like right when the camera shoots on him, it looks like he was suddenly balling a little bit.. Not that thats a bad thing, just sort of bittersweet. I hope he can come back for as many more as he POSSIBLY can cause I dread dread dread the night that turns out to be his last in WWE. Its like the number 1 thing I dread in life and when that happens, there will be no more WWE for me and it will all just be a chapter of my life thats over but the Memory Remains.
Jesus I never thought as a kid, one day i'd be watching these guys compete in their 50's, close to calling it quits.. It all seemed like it could never end as a kid, and suddenly these days many of those guys are already gone. Sad, fucking sad. But The Memory Remains.