Last night Cena's said that Rock is the only hurdle that Cena hasen't overcome in his illustrious career. Well, there's another, and that's the Streak. Cena ALWAYS wins, and I'm convinced that WWE will have Cena beat Taker at Wrestlemania, either in their fail bid to make Cena one of the GOATS, or in an explosive heel turn.
I know that Cena/Taker is money at WM, but I think WWE dosen't see the value in upholding the Streak once Taker's retired, cause then they can't make money off of it anymore. Therefore, Cena will win. Cena never loses feuds (he always gets that last win). Also, Taker was willing to lose to Kane at WM 20, so unlike Cena, Taker may actually be willing to do the biggest job of his career.
It's gonna fucking suck, but people WILL talk if Cena wins at WM30, and Controversy Creates Cash.
Pulling my hair out until Game of Thrones season four
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Re: Cena's going to end the Streak
Originally Posted by MichaelsFan4Life
If they never let Shawn Michaels do it, then they wouldnt let John Cena.
I'm gonna preface this by saying I'm sticking with my original thought that he won't, but what the fuck difference does that make? There's no POINT in Michaels doing it. He was on the verge of retirement, and there was nothing they could get out of him ending it. Cena is a far bigger star and draw than Michaels ever was, and you can make a giant storyline out of giving Cena the Streak. It could even be the heel turn if they were willing to go there. There's possibilities to giving it to Cena that would've been wasted on Michaels.
Re: Who should Undertaker face at WrestleMania XXX (30)
Sting v. Undertaker - both retire after the match.
Stings contract expires next March. Two year deal signed last year.
Undertaker v. Cena
then WM31 Sting v. Undertaker - both retire after the match. It is the absolute biggest drawing match in wrestling possible. If it has a good undercard (Rock v. Brock, Cena v. Punk) it could pop 1.5M buys.
Currently marking out for:
WWE- Brock Lesnar, Dolph Ziggler, Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, CM Punk.
Austin Aries, AJ Styles, Bully Ray, Bobby Roode, Jeff Hardy, James Storm, Kurt Angle.