Re: Triple threat at wrestlemania?
I agree, the streak should never be ended. Either stick him in the main event with cena and rock or find someone worth feuding with. A proper feud with ryback? No?
Why? All things come to an end and if the Undertaker wants someone to end the streak, why not allow him to let it end? His legacy is already established and him going 20-1 rather than 21-0 won't make a damn difference at this point. However, the rub someone gets from ending the streak? It'll likely last for the rest of his career.
There's only sentimental value with the streak kept in tact. There's more value in letting someone end the streak.
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All-Time Magnificent Seven
Bret Hart, Chris Jericho, Randy Savage, Jake Roberts, Kurt Angle, Steve Austin, CM Punk
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Dean Ambrose, Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Bray Wyatt, Seth Rollins, Cesaro & Kidd