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Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

I personally see WM30 being more of an ' End of an era ' in terms of it will be when mostly the Attitude Stars will probably have all their retirement matches. I see people like Rock retiring next year for good, Austin maybe coming back - and hanging the boots up and the almost definite retirement of HHH/Undertaker/Kane. I believe alot of superstars are holding off for that big milestone, and will truly be the night where we say goodbye to alot of familiar faces we have grown up with.

What do you think?
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

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I personally see WM30 being more of an ' End of an era ' in terms of it will be when mostly the Attitude Stars will probably have all their retirement matches. I see people like Rock retiring next year for good, Austin maybe coming back - and hanging the boots up and the almost definite retirement of HHH/Undertaker/Kane. I believe alot of superstars are holding off for that big milestone, and will truly be the night where we say goodbye to alot of familiar faces we have grown up with.

What do you think?
He already did that at Wrestlemania XIX. Let him enjoy his retirement now. He got the perfect ending to his career.

Rock, I think he has a lot of mileage left in him. He shouldn't retire yet unless he has injuries. Fans want to see a lot more of him, and there's $$$$ for him to make. He can continue the part-time appearances for many years, if he wishes.

HHH/Undertaker/Kane ... yes. It's time. Last year was a good time for Undertaker.
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

As its an anniversary type event, it'll probably be shit.

Hopefully we get at least one big show stealer (like WM25)

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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

No. WrestleMania 30 should be heavily focused on the present and the future stars of the WWE. WWE really needs to start creating more stars instead of relying on part-timers to hide the fact that they have a lack of depth in their roster. I wouldn't be opposed to seeing a few past Attitude Era stars there but in retirement matches? No thank you.

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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

Would be weird to look at Summerslam 2002 and see a small and skinny Rock, fast forward 12/13 years later, and see a muscular older looking Rock taking on Brock again. They both look like powerhouses as back then Rock looked really skinny and Brock looked more of a dominant force.
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

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No. WrestleMania 30 should be heavily focused on the present and the future stars of the WWE. WWE really needs to start creating more stars instead of relying on part-timers to hide the fact that they have a lack of depth in their roster. I wouldn't be opposed to seeing a few past Attitude Era stars there but in retirement matches? No thank you.
Dolph Ziggler retires Cena then.
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

Undertaker for sure yes, He has already provided us with the most precious streak in WWE history. The bumps and bruises taken (especially at WM27) should end next year.

Triple H, Another yes for me. I mean he's been wrestling a lot in these recent times and been getting quite a stale reaction from the crowd. He should really retire with Taker next year considering they have had 3 past mania matches together and it would be a fitting end to two great careers.

Kane, Well this is a hard one. Kane has been wrestling full time for roughly 16 years and too be honest i think he has a few more years left in him. Kane shouldn't retire cause if he was to retire, I reckon his retirement will be overshadowed by Taker and Triple h if they were to do the same.
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

It would be really great to see someone like Daniel Bryan go over a legend at this event. Or someone that needs that extra push.
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Re: Will WM30 be an ' End of an era ' type of event.

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He already did that at Wrestlemania XIX. Let him enjoy his retirement now. He got the perfect ending to his career.
I want to see SCSA become a special referee b.w The Rock and CM Punk.

Rock- the man who ended his career
Punk- the man who is taking his "spot"

The stakes are high!
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