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Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

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From what I can determine, Wrestlemania Texas will NOT be the Undertakerís final match but the jury is still out on whether it will be Stingís last one. No, I donít see them having a match vs each other there either. Plus, I donít see how WWE gets all the way to April for the Taker vs. Lesnar Ďrubber matchí if thatís in the cards.
In my opinion, no wrestler should ever wrestle in his 50s, especially in the WWE.

Between 47-50 years old, wrestlers should consider retirement. At 50, they should be retired no matter what.

What are your thoughts on all of this? Do you think Taker should continue to wrestle?
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

Clearly there going to do another hell in a cell at mania. If that's the case it will be a forced retirement
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

Well, it seems like Taker was speaking truth during a brawl with Brock on RAW after Battleground. Someone needs to kill him.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

Ideally, Undertaker's last match will be at Survivor Series this year. Retiring on the sliver anniversary of your debut. You can't get much more perfect than that.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

He should've retired after Wrestlemania 28. It was the perfect match, the perfect storyline, the perfect number. If he left after that match, his legacy would've been perfect because right now, I won't lie, it is cool to see him but he is a shadow of himself and it's sad
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

Taker proved at Summerslam he could still go and put on a great match so I'm not in a hurry to see him retire.
A rubber match with Lesnar, a match with Sting, Wyatt and masked Kane would all still be very big draws.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

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He should've retired after Wrestlemania 28. It was the perfect match, the perfect storyline, the perfect number. If he left after that match, his legacy would've been perfect because right now, I won't lie, it is cool to see him but he is a shadow of himself and it's sad
I will never understand why The Undertaker didn't retire at Wm28.

There was no reason for him to continue to wrestle unless WWE wanted The Undertaker vs John Cena at WrestleMania 30 but they never did.


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Taker proved at Summerslam he could still go and put on a great match so I'm not in a hurry to see him retire.
He gassed out a couple of minutes into the match.

His performance was just like The Rock @ the 2013 Royal Rumble. Also, even though Rock wasn't in proper in ring condition, he still looked in shape. Same with Batista when he came back.

Taker looks like a broken down old man.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

He really should retire after Wrestlemania 32. He's done all that he can do and rather than people continuing to look intimidated and impressed by a guy who is looking more and more old and decayed with every appearance, he should go out at the biggest Wrestlemania of all time in his home-state of Texas. I love the Undertaker, but I'm over him as far as marking for his appearances nowadays.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

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Well, it seems like Taker was speaking truth during a brawl with Brock on RAW after Battleground. Someone needs to kill him.
That's the thing with Undertaker. There is truth in what he said. He won't stop until he is forced to retire or dead. He is just so dedicated and loves his craft.
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Re: Jim Ross does NOT think The Undertaker will retire at Wm32

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He gassed out a couple of minutes into the match.

His performance was just like The Rock @ the 2013 Royal Rumble. Also, even though Rock wasn't in proper in ring condition, he still looked in shape. Same with Batista when he came back.

Taker looks like a broken down old man.
Doesn't really matter, he is a broken down old man.

And still put on 10x the match Rock did.
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