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If Someone Ended Undertaker's Streak

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Hello awesome bloggers and viewers. This came to my mind and I thought, who would of been or should be the person to end the Undertaker's Streak. No way am I saying he should be beaten, but what if he was or will be. Who would be a good choice? So I am going to give you 3 lists. One list is people who have had a chance to end the streak but could not pull it off. The second is a list of superstars from the past who did not get a chance to end it. And the third is 3 superstars in the present. I will choose my top 3 for each list. You are welcome to give your opinions.

My first list will be people who had a chance but just could not pull it off:

3.Randy Orton
Now you have to think about the time period. People knew "The Legend Killer" was a threat. Out of all the people who wouldn't be a bad choice to end the streak, Randy Orton at his young,cocky self could of become the absolute Legend Killer he was.

2.Triple H
He has done alot for the buisiness and is truly my number two if someone were to of ended the streak who had a chance of ending it. He can put on amazing spots and is a true veteran of the comapany. If it were to of been either WM27 or 17, I could not decide. He did stupendous as a heel beating every hero before WM17, but WM27's match would of been a bigger shocker.

1.Shawn Micheals
I do not think there should be alot of arguments over this. If someone were to of ended the streak, HBK to my opinion is most deserving. Whether he won or lost, he put some of the best,greatest matches WWE has to offer.

Next list is people who did not get a chance to end it:

3.Stone Cold Steve Austin
Alot of people say this is a dream match. The build up towards this would get great promos with this man considering he is definetly in the top 5 of the best of mic skills. If he ended it, no one could compare.

2. Eddie Guererro
It would of been nice to see him get a chance, but if he ended it, either people would be reallly angry if he stole a win or happy cause someone finally ended it. You have to admit, this guy can wrestle. RIP Eddie

1.Sting
I mean he was in the WWE. Not very long but he was in. The Ultimate dream match due to their corresponding personalities and gimmicks. If someone was the biggest threat to the streak, it could definetly be Sting cause he should know how the Undertaker works due to thier correspondences.

Last list of present superstars to end the streak:

3. Wade Barret
The greatest push you could give to any rising superstar would be to end the streak. If I were to choose one, it would be Wade Barret. He has the mic skills, the wrestling abilities, and just screams World Champion.

2.Chris Jericho
I have this tangibility to where I know Y2J could end the streak. He would almost completely end the world, in the WWE that is, if he ended the streak. No doubt would he be the best in the world at what he does.

1.CM Punk
He has so much potency with the crowd that elevates him to such a high status. I know it is not essential for him to beat Taker at WM, but he would be the best in the world in the WWE realm. He could have promos with the Undertaker about how Taker brought him down to such a low level and how he had to bring himself up again. If you remember, at the Cell ppv in 2009 Undertaker beat CM Punk for the WHC. After that, CM Punk eventually became mist from losing pay per view matches for over a year. This match would have the build up and Punk would show Taker that you do not mess with him.

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Updated 08-29-2012 at 09:26 PM by Cross

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  1. Cross's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by TheLegendaryIcon
    Sting wasn't ever in the WWE. He WAS offered a contract like most of the other big WCW names after the buyout, but he sat on the offer for a bit to see how things would begin playing out. He was given the time to think about it with a door open for him should he care to walk through it. He watched some of the initial WWE shows with the former WCW talent and ultimately decided after seeing the infamous Rock burying Booker T by saying, "Who are you?" Sting decided to decline the contract as he felt he would be in buried in a similar manner.

    They need to not break the streak as it's one of those legendary accomplishments in the company. Who better to hold such a streak other than perhaps "Mr. Wrestlemania" himself, HBK? (Though for obvious reasons that's a moot point as HBK doesn't have another 20 years as much as some may wish him to.)
    Thank you for correcting me. He can still be on the list but your right he was not in the WWE. My mistake.
  2. Cross's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Austinfan
    Sting has never been in WWE, EVER
    Sorry, my mistake. Thank you for correcting me.
  3. Cross's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Sage
    I've always thought that IF the streak was to end it should be to a new guy. My main choices would be sheamus and rhodes because they are both likely to be around for a while, are popular, not injury prone, can wrestle AND talk, ect.

    My darkhorse pick will always be dibiase jr XD
    Good picks. I was thinking of putting them on the list but I was not too sure if WWE could keep them at such a major height for such a long time due to them ending the streak. And I am glad you told me your darkhorse pick. Mines Kofi Kingston, but we all have our opinions.
  4. Cross's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by bearkg88
    Great list, my only problem is Jericho. I like him as a wrestler, and think he is very entertaining, but to me he would need to be back on a permanent basis for a few years, before it would even be justifiable for him to be the one to end the streak. What would be the point of him ending it, if a month later he went on a vaca you know?
    I was mainly being general on ending the streak, not this year. But yes you are completely right that Jericho would need to be back prior for a few years. Thanks for your input.
  5. supermanj68's Avatar
    Ted Dibiase Jr would be an interesting pick. You could run a storyline with Ted Sr since he initially brought the Undertaker into the WWE. Ted Sr could do his trademark, "Everybody has a price for the Million Dollar Man" and try to get the Undertaker to lose at WrestleMania to his son. He could tell the Undertaker that he owes him for all of the success the Deadman had and that without him, the Undertaker would be a nobody.
  6. matt1tude's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by supermanj68
    Ted Dibiase Jr would be an interesting pick. You could run a storyline with Ted Sr since he initially brought the Undertaker into the WWE. Ted Sr could do his trademark, "Everybody has a price for the Million Dollar Man" and try to get the Undertaker to lose at WrestleMania to his son. He could tell the Undertaker that he owes him for all of the success the Deadman had and that without him, the Undertaker would be a nobody.
    That story-line would be awesome. i love that idea if it were to ever happen. takers career started with ted dibiase sr and ends with ted dibiase jr. now that would be cool, instead of hhh/taker the 3rd.
  7. B-ri's Avatar
    Sting admitted that last year he was insanely close to joining the E' to the extent of actually having been backstage and having several lengthy meetings with Vince. Not bad blog but you need some work on your grammatical skills, no offence.
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