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^lol that was such a horrible ending to a horrible raw
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I read that The Rock and Triple H are both huge supporters of Curtis Axel.
Originally posted by TheGoldStandard:
Antonio Cesaro is right there, Heyman could get that dude over with the quickness

would've been a great choice to be a Heyman client
Originally posted by Fincham11:
I read that The Rock and Triple H are both huge supporters of Curtis Axel.

not saying that he won't be great, but WWE writers did a terrible job really selling him after the way HHH collapsed
Originally posted by Fincham11:
I read that The Rock and Triple H are both huge supporters of Curtis Axel.

So is Bret Hart. He wants him to end Undertakers streak (not that it will ever happen).

I think it was a good move, dude has some skill and in time could be huge. It will probably take a nice lengthy heel run then a face turn just like his dad.
Originally posted by btthepunk:
Originally posted by Fincham11:
I read that The Rock and Triple H are both huge supporters of Curtis Axel.

So is Bret Hart. He wants him to end Undertakers streak (not that it will ever happen).

I think it was a good move, dude has some skill and in time could be huge. It will probably take a nice lengthy heel run then a face turn just like his dad.

I can't think of anyone who will be tasked to end the streak. That is if Taker agrees to it first.
anybody can end takers streak just to make that nobody an uber heel.

That's the only reason that I thought Punk was going to win. He would've been the most hated WWE wrestler ever.
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
anybody can end takers streak just to make that nobody an uber heel.

That's the only reason that I thought Punk was going to win. He would've been the most hated WWE wrestler ever.

If we go with that logic it would be John Cena. Fans already give him s**t. So, what would it really matter? I think it is more than possible that someone will break the streak, and if creative understood that, used that, they could make somebody a helluva player. I really think you can write an angle that would work for both the Taker and "X wrestler" to break the streak, but also continue it. The key is removing the streak from the Taker and placing it on a new younger guy to struggle on with. There are so many possibilities with this, but they won't do that. WWE, wrestling writers in general, tend to run a storyline until it goes into the ground, and then keep running it further.

To me, you find a guy with charisma, talent, excellent mic skills, medium wrestling ability, and you build them slowly over a 3-5 year period. Then you put him in the role of a lifetime, the man to beat the Undertaker. As I said, however, he doesn't just beat the Undertaker, he inherits the streak. I think it could work.
[ Edited by fropwns on May 22, 2013 at 9:29 AM ]
Originally posted by jrg:




I like the shoutout in the theme to his dad.
Originally posted by fropwns:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
anybody can end takers streak just to make that nobody an uber heel.

That's the only reason that I thought Punk was going to win. He would've been the most hated WWE wrestler ever.

If we go with that logic it would be John Cena. Fans already give him s**t. So, what would it really matter? I think it is more than possible that someone will break the streak, and if creative understood that, used that, they could make somebody a helluva player. I really think you can write an angle that would work for both the Taker and "X wrestler" to break the streak, but also continue it. The key is removing the streak from the Taker and placing it on a new younger guy to struggle on with. There are so many possibilities with this, but they won't do that. WWE, wrestling writers in general, tend to run a storyline until it goes into the ground, and then keep running it further.

To me, you find a guy with charisma, talent, excellent mic skills, medium wrestling ability, and you build them slowly over a 3-5 year period. Then you put him in the role of a lifetime, the man to beat the Undertaker. As I said, however, he doesn't just beat the Undertaker, he inherits the streak. I think it could work.

It would have to be someone relatively new with those characteristics as Taker started his streak pretty early in his WWF/E career. May be difficult given that gimmicks dont hold much heat with the crowd as they use to. And with all the backstage politics, HHH will prolly just squash said budding superstar.
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Originally posted by Fincham11:
I read that The Rock and Triple H are both huge supporters of Curtis Axel.

Ya..thats basically why hes here

I heard he is pretty damn good though too...so we'll see
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http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/272781-jim-ross-meeting-with-nflpa-concerning-relationship-with-wwe

Jim Ross Meeting With NFLPA Concerning Relationship With WWE
Originally posted by jrg:
http://www.wrestlezone.com/news/272781-jim-ross-meeting-with-nflpa-concerning-relationship-with-wwe

Jim Ross Meeting With NFLPA Concerning Relationship With WWE

lol

wuht?
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