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THE MALAISE OVER WRESTLEMANIA, BROCK-TAKER, BOOKING TAKER, ONCE IN A LIFETIME AND MORE

By Dave Scherer on 2013-03-24 09:59:00

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Do you think this year's WrestleMania is shaping up to be one of the worst? The main event is a rematch from a match billed to only happen once and the other is a re match from last years 2nd most important PPV. With a roster compiling of Rock, Lesnar, Ziggler, Punk, Taker and the option of involving Austin, HBK, Tyson and Bret it just seems like a really weak show.

I think that the there will be good matches on the show but the build up has been really, really weak.  There is no buzz to the show at all and at the increased price tag, I could definitely see it affecting the buyrate.

Is it true that Brodus Clay called Chris Masters cell phone and said "somebody call my mama, somebody call my mama yeah yeah yeah", and that's why he was able to do what he did?

You do know that sniffing glue is bad for you, right?

Since Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker have appeared at two back to back Raw shows, any word on how they got along backstage?

I haven't heard that there were any issues of any kind between them.  They are both pros.

Now we all know that the Undertaker hasn't got many matches left in him but as he is a true pro/traditionalist he'd want to go out on a loss. Which leads me to my question, would you rather he loses at a Wrestlemania therefore ending the streak and giving someone the ultimate rub or would it make more sense to have him lose at the Survivor Series? I mean he debuted & won his first world title at the Survivor Series plus they killed off the American Bad Ass/Biker gimmick at Survivor Series. I'd prefer option B but the only problem would be could he actually wrestle 2 quality matches in 7 months?

I don't think he has to lose his last match myself.  If they were going to have him lose one, I would prefer to have the streak stay alive.  But, if they were to have him lose to Punk this year, it would be deserved for Punk and it could set up a rematch at Mania XXX.

I was just wondering. Seeing as WWE promoted Rock/Cena last year as "Once in a lifetime", would they be opening themselves up to lawsuits with the match happening again? What with the whole false advertising thing and people being lawsuit crazy nowadays.

No credible lawyer would take that case.  At the time they promoted it, it was once in a lifetime.

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