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The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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    Why I’m “Possibly Changing” My Mind On WM33 Possibly Being Taker’s Last Match

    P.S. Not a rumor. The following is straight from me. Just wanted to share some very recent thoughts.

    If anyone deserves to have their final match at WM, with all respect to all other wrestlers, it is Taker. I’d say that even if this wasn’t a Taker fansite and even if I was not a fan of Taker. He’s just meant so much for so long to WWE. But having just read a recent interview, I think my mind may be changing on WM33 specifically being Taker’s last. Should both be healthy enough, I still think it’ll be the site of Taker vs Cena though unless they wanna go with Taker vs Roman Reigns or one of the NXT calls ups. While Cena’s still the top man, he’s taken a bit of a lesser role lately. He hasn’t been the closing match, or been in a World Title match in quite some time now. Still, in many minds, Cena’s the biggest challenge Taker’s got. Whether that’s true or not, it certainly is not his only challenge. New talents, proven seasoned veterans elsewhere despite being new to WWE, are rapidly entering WWE which is the reason WWE did the draft again, to make room for those talents on anywhere of the now three bands which now includes NXT, no longer thought of the developmental territory it was in its infant years thanks to what HHH has done with it. Currently NXT has Joe, Nakamura, Bobby Roode, KENTA, and others who’ll be great challenges for Taker. On the main roster, Cesaro, KO, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Ambrose, among others. With only a small select handful of matches left if that many and it may be less than that matches left, I don’t know if Taker will be actively wrestling enough to meet every challenge that has the potential to meet him. Of course there’s gonan be fans who say this guy/that guy doesn’t deserve to face Taker because, but I think the aforementioned names have earned the right to receive that rub. Hey if a walk out, now returned as a part-timer who doesn’t care about pro wrestling as he views it as just a job, had a unique deal where while under contract to WWE, returned to UFC for an over $1 million price fight, only for the world to find out he failed drug tests and is still able to work Summerslam when anyone else would have been suspended without pay or released, and I’m talking about Brock Lesnar, can break The Streak, well then who doesn’t deserve to face Taker? Because I don’t know anyone who’d be that unprofessionally stupid AFTER breaking The Streak which by the way I’m still waiting for the big payoff of that.

    The interview that is starting to make me change my mind on whether I think WM33 will be Taker’s last match or not….

    The Big Show appeared on Sports Talk 790AM in Miami yesterday and discussed attending Miami Dolphins training camp, changes in pro wrestling, Conor McGregor’s recent comments ripping WWE and more. Big Show also discussed the current shape he’s in right now.

    Big Show said that he’s currently weighing about 429 pounds, and noted that he was 465 two and a half months ago. His goal is to get to 400 pounds.

    Show also talked about his upcoming match with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal at WrestleMania 33 next year. Show noted that it would be his last year as a professional wrestler and that he wants “to go out athletically again with a bang.” He added that he feels better now at 44 years old than he did a 34.

    I always hear Taker being described as the consummate pro. That has to be true considering his locker room leader status, something that he just gained over time out of respect, not by playing backstage political games.

    If Show does indeed retire next year, then WM33 might be his last WM. If such is the case, I do not believe WM33 will be the last one for Taker. Reportedly Taker was set to retire at WM24. Not saying I believe that report. But considering he closed out WM24 with a World Title victory celebration, extendingThe Streak to 16-0, fireworks and all that going off, it would have been a great last match for him. The report goes on to say Taker changed his mind once finding out that Wm was going to be FLair’s retirement because Taker didn’t want his retirement taking any attention away from Flair’s. Show’s stated many times that Taker is his mentor. I do not think Taker would want to take any attention away from Show’s last WM by WM33 being his last one also even if it means he has to gut it out to WM34 or even WM35. I bring up WM35 on the possibility that while Kane can retire before WM34, WM34 might be Kane’s last. Kane’s rarely seen on TV these days. That and the fact that he’s been outspoken on his interest in politically running in Tennessee along with the fact that he’s had a long career, probably done everything he’s wanted to by now, leads me to believe that – well maybe not retirement – he’s not injured or anything I don’t think (he’s rarely if ever missed any ring time due to injury, hardly ever got injured) – but an extended leave should be political run be successful enough for him to leave WWE to focus on that because he can’t do both, not even under part-time status. Rhyno’s part-time with WWE while his political career’s still active. But should he win, he’d heave to let wrestling go completely till his political run ends.

    And look Taker, Kane, Jericho, when they’re on WWE, WWE is their only priority till their obligations are fulfilled (unlike some others, Lesnar for example.) They know if Show leaves, the main event depth will be thinner than it is right now. And should Kane leave, the thinness will only increase. Jericho’s best time in WWE arguably has been as an accomplished veteran who works part-time. He’s stated his favorite time in WWE has been this last run which began earlier this year and prior to this one, his favorite run was 2008. Both runs happened while he was part-time with WWE. Taker seemingly’s better with every match. The WM30 concussion probably the only exception to that, well in recent years anyway.

    Of course I could be completely wrong on all of this. Maybe Taker’s already retired. If not, maybe WM33 will be his last. With Taker, maybe is as far as anyone can get. Unlike Big Show who publicly in an interview stated next year would be his last, Taker’s not gonna do that and will leave you guessing. Even if he went into WM33 knowing that it’s definitely his last, if you ask him about it, he’ll still leave you guessing.

    Post Discussion
    • yousif on August 12th, 2016 says:

      @anan
      How much do you think the match result is important if it’s the last for taker?

    • Anan on August 12th, 2016 says:

      I think every match and appearance Taker has now is important because:
      1. They’re so rare. The rarity of it makes one or should make one appreciate them as they don’t happen quite so often.
      2. He draws people in.
      3. He’s a guaranteed ticket seller. Back in the old days, most PPV matches had proper build because you had 3-5 months to build them up. The result was people anticipating the entire show. Now only 2-3, maybe 4 matches on a PPV gets that kind of attention heading into the show. And when Taker’s on the PPV, he usually gets top billing and is one of those few matches people pay to see and invest time and attention in.

      The result of Taker’s last match, where, when and against who still to be decided or officially announced is very important so I hope WWE does not screw it up at all. As I stated, he’s been too important for too long to WWE to get any kind of mistreatment for his final match, Bad enough his 25th anniversary was mediocre at best when you know if it was a Randy Orton, John Cena, Lesnar, Rock, AUstin, any member of DX or Mcmahon Family, it would have been so much more of a celebration.

    • yousif on August 15th, 2016 says:

      @dhanish
      HI bro
      I saw that article already .
      Taker vs brock again is a dream match for me ..
      Let’s not talk about it .. because @anan feels we talked a lot about this match happening again .
      Yes I still think taker vs brock will happen for sure if this year is not his last match . Then the next match will be against brock .
      But let’s not talk about it @dhanish .
      Let’s talk about what’s there only . As there is no sign for taker brock

      Thanks

    • dhanish1979 on August 15th, 2016 says:

      @yousif:Its my intuition which makes me feel it or else why bother it.Actually for last couple of months i didnt even mention about taker vs brock here but then i get reports bill Goldberg was seen couple of times at WWe head quarters,some of my friends say he could interfere between brock and randy causing disqualification,
      fingers crossed,sorry for offtopic.

    • Anan on August 15th, 2016 says:

      @dhanish1979:

      Bill Goldberg will be in New York City for WWE SummerSlam weekend, according to PWInsider. Goldberg is set to make appearances for the company but they are likely related to the WWE 2K17 video game. Goldberg is not currently scheduled to appear at the WWE TV tapings and there’s been nothing said about him appearing at SummerSlam.

      source: PWInsider

      Goldberg’s gone on record multiple times bashing, criticizing WWE saying he’ll “never” appear for them again unless they’re ready to talk business in a respectable way and that his recent WWE 2K17 deal is between him and 2K, no WWE involvement. What would Goldberg have to gain from interfering in Orton/Lesnar? More importantly what will WWE gain by screwing up one of the top billed matches for Summerslam?

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