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    Taker Returns On RAW 25

    Pre-Show:

    Ross sends us to a clip of The Undertaker’s entrance and match on the first RAW, a win over Damian Demento. The video also looks at Taker’s career leading up to his return at RAW 25 tonight. They talk about Taker and send us back to Brooklyn for more discussion on The Deadman.

    Main Show:

    Back from the break and we go to the Manhattan Center. JR and The King send us to a video package on The Undertaker’s career.

    The bells toll inside the Manhattan Center as The Undertaker makes his way out while a “holy s–t” chant starts up. WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel does the introduction for Taker.

    Taker says the carnage began on this sacred ground 25 years ago. For 25 years he’s been digging holes and anyone who got on the dark side, got buried. Taker says he’s ripped Legends off their pedestals and thrown them into the cold dark Earth for 25 years. Taker names some of the greats who tried but says they all failed. Taker goes on and declares, on this sacred ground, that it is truly time for those who have fallen, to rest… in… peace. Taker’s music hits and he leaves.

    source: WrestlingINC

    Many were upset that after all the hype and waiting for Taker’s return that they got a (very) short in-ring promo and nothing official regarding his future and that no match (heavily rumored to be at WM34 against John Cena) was set. To those people I say, first off, this was meant to be a night of celebrating 25 years of RAW, not initiate/continue builds for future matches. Royal RUmble is Sunday and WWE barely did anything to continue hype and build for that. ANd RR’s one of their top 4 PPV’s, kicking off the ROad to WM!

    Now about Taker, for a good portion of his career, he has not done long promos and during 90-96, many of which consider to be his most memorable years, he did not cut long promos. Taker is not Ric Flair, Randy Savage and other names that are promo guys, known for cutting long but great promos. It’s possible the build to Taker vs Cena didn’t start because either Taker’s unsure about his future or because if he has decided to compete, WWE have not yet finalized his opponent. Cena’s a great choice for WM. Personally I wanna see Taker vs AJ Styles. WWE may feel that’s not WM worthy, but perhaps worthy of Summerslam. I’d say Sting but WWE may not clear him at this point going forward. It maybe good if Taker vs Cena doesn’t happen because the same people complaining about WWE not starting the build for that at RAW 25 would then complain saying “Great. A 3rd WM loss to someone who didn’t need the win in Cena. Taker should’ve just retired last year or better yet at WM30 so he wouldn’t suffer all these WM losses.”

    As far as Taker’s future goes, like HHH said, wait and see. Regardless of how anyone feels about it, he deserves to be happy and do whatever he wants and he knows the eventual results otherwise he wouldn’t have entered the business let alone compete for as many years as he has. If age, injuries, nothing left to do were factors, he’d have long been retired by now and we wouldn’t have gotten the WM classics we got at WM24, 25, 26, and 28 to name some. Consider too that it’s very hard to walk away from something one has done for so long. After his in-ring career does officially end, it’s possible he can/will stay with WWE in a non-wrestling manner like training NXT and WWE PC talent and imparting his wisdom on them via advice. They’ll all (should) be honored to get that advice but only those who listen and take his advice will go far.

    In the meantime, for those of you who like me did not see the show, I’ve also attached videos having anything to do with Taker regarding RAW 25 that were taken from WWE’s official Youtube channel. Enjoy!

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    For all the negativity the IWC throws at WWE, WWE’s video packages for often if not always one of their highlights regardless of the subject matter. Another great one on Taker here.

    The line “To those who have fallen, it is time for them to RIP” might’ve been the start to Taker vs whoever his WM34 opponent is. If it is Cena, Cena could cut a promo flashbacking to this Taker promo and that line specifically and respond to it with whatever words and challenge Taker. If this happens, it will be sometime after the RR. When specially, I don’t know. Taker will at some point after that Cena promo, accept thereby making the match official for WM34. I’ll never count Taker out. But as far as Taker vs ???, I’ll happily believe it when the build officially begins.

    source: Youtube.com/WWE

    Post Discussion
    • Mark Petrick on January 23rd, 2018 says:

      To Anan:

      I agree with you Anan about Undertaker not retiring and he is trying to say that he would want to do another match at Wrestlemania 34 against another opponent. Ex: John Cena. We shall see when this feud starts. I can’t wait for it. That’s for sure! 🙂

    • Rainbow Brite on January 24th, 2018 says:

      I think the lack of building is what was wrong with the show and with wwe for that matter. They were so fixed on selling us stuff that we see more and more of like APA and DX. Not that that stuff isn’t cool, but the cheap pops for that help the company in deciding to push part timers and not invest in the talents that don’t sell quick. What does this have to do with Taker? The quality of how they have billed him and dealt with his stories since his WM 30 loss. They didn’t have faith in Wyatt, Shane was a just a spot match that didn’t hold to the stipulation of already dumb storyline, and we all knew what was gonna happen with Reigns. That last promo for last years WM had more content in it than what was actually going on. My point is despite Taker coming back to entertain fans, he isn’t cared about by the company anymore. He’s just kind of there for no real reason. This isn’t new though. Most of his career before 1996-97 can be seen the same way. He got an attitude era upgrade along with the other talent, but again, it just because he was there. I have a lot respect and value for what he’s done. I get his locker room leadership, but that didn’t stop the company from giving him crap stories for years on end like the aformentioned period and right now. For me, thats what makes the situation worse. Here is a man who is still giving everything and you can’t write these awsome stories for him at least? Or even handle his opponents post Taker matcheck career the right way? Then whats the point? With all his injuries, it is beyond selfish and the epitome of stupidity that fuels the demand for him to keep going. He needs to stop wrestling, have a permanent injury or just flat put die in a match. One of the latter is going to happen at some point. And I’d rather it be sooner rather than later. If that is too harsh a thing to say, well, saying “one more match” or “let him decide” is nothing is as well, because that sheer dipshittedness is what fuels his returns. Fight me.

    • Christian on January 24th, 2018 says:

      So, Taker basicly said he´s done, so all the “souls” he took can rest in peace.

      The fact, that it was done this simple and short just points to a last challenge.
      So Taker will have his final match at WM, if he´s able to. I don´t think they´ll put a big storyline to it, the thing will go by it´s own and they for sure don´t want it to push and overshine the current superstars.

      Let´s just enjoy the Phenoms last ride.

      Thank you Taker! HOF2019

    • Christopher Bird on January 24th, 2018 says:

      OKAY AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO JUST SEEN THE UNDERTAKER IN GREAT SHAPE I MEAN HE LOOK LIKE 2007 UNDERTAKER HID ARMS WERE BUILT HE WALKED REALLY GOOD HIS STOMACH DOESN’T LOOK BIG NO MORE I MEAN HE REALLY LOOKS GOOD, NOW FAR AS RAW 25 I FELT LIKE IF IT WAS OLD SCHOOL ARENA HE SHOULD HAVE WORN THE HAT GREY GLOVES JUST BECAUSE ITS ALL WHERE IT STARTED I THINK THE STORY WRITERS NEED TO STEP IT UP DO WHAT’S BEST FOR BUSINESS BECAUSE HAD THE UNDERTAKER CAME OUT OLD SCHOOL FASHION THE FANS WOULD OF WENT EVEN MORE NUTS, WE ALL WANNA SEE THE ORIGINAL DEADMAN BEFORE HE RETIRES THEY OWE US THAT. PLUS HE CAN MOVE AT A SLOW PACE LIKE HE USE TO, NOT QUICK LIKE THE HYBRID UNDERTAKER

    • Christian on January 24th, 2018 says:

      Yeah Original Undertaker outfit for the last one!!!!!!

    • Mark Petrick on January 27th, 2018 says:

      To Everyone:

      Hey everyone, it looks like the Undertaker and his wife Michelle McCool came into Philadelphia last Night and the site for the Royal Rumble Tomorrow Night is in Philadelphia. It will be interesting to see if the Undertaker shows up and confronts John Cena to start this feud for Wrestlemania 34. Here is the link for the details: http://wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2018/0127/636379/possible-major-spoiler-for-the-royal-rumble/

    • John cena on January 27th, 2018 says:

      No he will not lose for 3rd time. Believe it.

    • Sami Jawed on January 28th, 2018 says:

      Cena is a part timer and there is no need for him to face The Deadman. It should have happened in 2007 when he won the Royal Rumble.

    • eric on January 29th, 2018 says:

      man…I can’t wait to see whats next for The Deadman.After last year and the way he left his gear in the ring I thought for sure that was it.Then I thought maybe he would return but as The Biker…but now it looks like The Deadman has some life in him.
      I hope we get a wild,out of nowhere challenge from Sting…setting up the dream match.But WWE would have to sign off on it and with Stings neck…I just dont see it.
      Strowman and Taker exchanged looks at the rumble last year…I actually think that would be fun.
      I would love a match vs Jericho…legend v legend.
      But if it is Cena…I’ll enjoy it.Both to me are the main flag-ships of WWE…especially at Wrestlemania.
      I think it would be a really fun match….and Im not so sure Cena wins.
      Can’t wait to see how it unfolds.
      Who knows….maybe Taker has a response to Reigns talk of ending Taker at last years WM.

    • The Last Outlaw on January 29th, 2018 says:

      Well, it looks like he is retired after all. I hate to say it, but Taker said on tonight’s episode of WWE 24 that he is content with riding off into the sunset, so I guess last year was it. Man, and I was hoping he’d come back for just one more too. Either way, retired or not, he earned his retirement. He doesn’t owe us anything, I’m just happy to have witnessed the greatest of all time in a WWE ring.

    • The Last Outlaw on January 30th, 2018 says:

      Actually, I take what I said back about Taker being retired. They planted obvious seeds for the Cena Vs Taker match tonight on Raw. Cena won a spot in the Elimination Chamber match that we all know Reigns is going to win as it will be Reigns Vs Lesnar at mania.

      Cena made a promo about Nakamura and Asuka already having a spot at Mania and that tonight he had a chance to do the same. During the match with Balor when it looked like his chances of winning were getting slim he said “I’m just trying to get to Mania!” and the announcers built up on what he said. What I believe is going to happen is when Cena loses at Elimination Chamber, his chances of going to WrestleMania will be crushed…..or is it? On the Raw after Elimination Chamber, John Cena will get on the card the only other way he knows how….by calling Taker from hanging it up to have one last match. One last chance to go out on top. I don’t know, that’s just seems like how it’s going. What do you guys think?

    • Rainbow Brite on January 30th, 2018 says:

      @ The Last Outlaw

      I believe you are right. As it stands, anyone who is left on the roster wouldn’t be worth Cena calling out, save for Daniel Brian or even Kurt Angle. I would imagine Cena might take an approach to taunt or tempt Taker, not unlike Michaels did several years ago. How? I am unsure, but I really hope they don’t go through with this. They probably will though.

    • dhanis1979 on February 1st, 2018 says:

      i think elimination chamber or fastlane should the undertaker takes the call and i thought brother love would joined the undertaker at raw 25 but nothing happened,it would been cool.

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