People said the same thing in 2015, and in that year Taker had two great matches with Lesnar , and he looked strong AF in both matches.He doesn't deserve a grand send off anymore, and his body is way too fragile to handle Lesnars rough style.
Fair comment on the age but I meant someone new for Lesnar, a well matched opponent he has not faced before, and his credentials outside of the WWE are similar (not on the same level, but similar paths) so they could make a good program there as long as they take Lashley away from the joke heel gimmicks hes been having.Lashley new? The guy is 43 and has been wrestling for over 15 years.
Fuck no....let the damn guy just retire before he kills hinself out there. He has nothing left to prove.Honestly as a Taker fan this is the only way I want to see him back.
Taker comes out at no30 on the Rumble and eliminates Lesnar.
The following Raw Taker announces that WM will be his last match, Its later announced that Taker will be inducted into the HOF.
Taker gets inducted into the HOF and bests Brock at WM, avenging his loss at WM30 when he lost the streak and retires as WWE champion.
I've seen this sentiment a lot that a "young guy" should retire Taker. But honestly, in the history of wrestling has a young guy ever retired an established star of Undertakers caliber?No...no...please no. We have already seen it and there is no way any match between the two outdoes the match that beat the streak. What does either guy have to gain?
They already wasted the streak on an established guy. They need to use one of the very few opportunities they have left to make a young guy by retiring the legend. I doubt they would be able to really let someone have the push a guy who does this would deserve but that is what I would want to see.
Yeah, I mean maybe because retirements in wrestling have traditionally never stuck. I agree with you there are not obvious examples but maybe this is an opportunity to make a rare moment in history where someone actually does it.I've seen this sentiment a lot that a "young guy" should retire Taker. But honestly, in the history of wrestling has a young guy ever retired an established star of Undertakers caliber?
It seems like going with what will draw is always more important than what will "make a young guy".
I'm not saying you're wrong, but it don't think it's ever been done before.