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Do you think if Taker plans to retire at WM30 he should finish his career off full time?
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Old 30 Apr 2013, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do you think if Taker plans to retire at WM30 he should finish his career off full time?
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Old 30 Apr 2013, 12:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe from RR to Wrestlemania have him win the RR and retire with the WWE Championship
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Like the guy above said from the rumble till wrestlemania
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Yeah and with the streak unbroken
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Yeah, I think that'd be a fitting way for him to go out. There's nothing really "wrong" with how he operates now, and if he retires without wrestling another match before Wrestlemania 30 I won't have a problem with that, but for sure, I think it would make it a better sendoff if he goes out full time.































Ideally, I'd love, and I mean LOVE, to see The Undertaker win the WWE Championship at Summerslam from John Cena, and then hold it all the way to Wrestlemania, assuming he can complete that kind of schedule of course. Cena wins the Royal Rumble from the number one spot and challenges The Undertaker for the title and The Streak. No matter who wins we'd have the biggest match up in WWE history. That'd be one hell of a way to go out, regardless of who walks away with his hand raised.
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Royal Rumble and on to WM
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