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ADDING RYBACK TO THE WWE TITLE MATCH AT THE RUMBLE, IS THE UNDERTAKER SELFISH, ROCK VS. LESNARĀ AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2012-12-31 09:59:00

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What other wrestling sites do you like to visit? That's if you do check out other sites.

I go to the promotions' official sites from time to time. 

I know many people believe that CM Punk will lose to the Rock at the rumble. What do you guys think of a Brock Lesnar run in to make the Rock lose, setting up Rock/Brock for Wrestlemania?

I think they could make it work but I see zero chance that they will do it.

I know The Rock and CM Punk could easily give a 30 to 45 minute match at Wrestlemania (assuming no complications with Punk's knee). Do you think that if Ryback were added to the mix that he would be able to keep up? Would Rock and Punk be able to carry him well enough to make it a good match?

Sure.  There are plenty of ways to book those kinds of matches to maximize what a guy has to offer.  If Ryback could only go 10 strong minutes, they could always do a spot where he gets destroyed and sells it for a while.  I don't like three way matches for the WWE Titles, but it could definitely be done.

If there was one dream match you personally would want to see, what would it be? Mine is either Taker and Sting or Rock and HBK. But what's yours?

Honestly, it would be a battle royal would guys like Owen Hart, Brian Pillman, Eddy Guerrero, etc. that died before their time.  That way, they would be alive again.

Now friends of mine say Undertaker is an egomaniac because he never losses at Wrestlemania. But if I was the person facing Undertaker at Wrestlemania, I wouldn't want to win. This is all hypothetical but say I went into Wrestlemania as a face and went up against The Undertaker and won clean 1 2 3. The next night I would probably get booed because it wouldn't be seen as a positive. It would be seen as a negative. No one wants to see The Undertaker leave so my question is do you think I'm right about superstars not wanting to risk that career move or do you think I'm wrong?

First off, your friend is goofy.  Vince McMahon decides who wins and loses.  I agree with you, I don't want to see the streak end either.  I can't say everyone feels that way, but most people do.  If John Cena beat him, oh yeah he would get booed.  But if someone like Sheamus did, and they booked it properly, and Taker "blessed" the move to the fans and endorsed the guy who beat him, I could see it working.

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