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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WWE Raw 3/10/2014: The 5 Point Preview
Here’s your five point preview for Raw for 3/10/2014.
Get your inner 10-year-old ready, because not one, but two legends of the squared circle are returning to WWE’s flagship show this Monday. The impending arrivals of both The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan are sure to carry major implications for WrestleMania 30, especially since both Superstars will be on hand to address their respective tasks at The Show of Shows – Undertaker’s match against Brock Lesnar, and Hogan’s duties as host.
Speaking of WrestleMania, Daniel Bryan’s bid for a “Game”-changing match on The Grandest Stage of Them All faces more resistance than ever before; can the “YES!” man overcome his latest humiliation at The Authority’s hands? Here’s WWE.com’s Five-Point Preview for Raw, and be sure to check out WWE Network’s live Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET for further insight, and Backstage Pass to see Raw’s aftermath at 11:00 ET.
Brock Lesnar is champing at the bit to face The Undertaker at WrestleMania, but as Paul Heyman outlined last week, the mad scientist has his own reasons for tempting The Streak a second time. According to Heyman, it was The Phenom’s defeat of CM Punk at last year’s Show of Shows that drove The Straight Edge Superstar to abandon Heyman altogether in late 2013. The Deadman has been confirmed to appear on Raw, likely with a response for both The Anomaly and his handler. What will he have to say?
Things are … well, they’re not looking great for The Shield these days. WWE’s formerly inseparable trio are on shakier ground than ever before, thanks to Seth Rollins’ abandonment of the group in the middle of their second match with The Wyatt Family last week. The stunt that cost Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns the match was done, according to Rollins, in order to make a point. However, can “the architect” of The Shield be taken at his word? Or has the glue finally come undone?
The New Age Outlaws’ improbable run back to the WWE Tag Team Titles came to a crashing halt courtesy of The Usos, who finally fulfilled their destiny and captured their very first tandem title. Road Dogg & Billy Gunn are playing their chips very carefully when it comes to cashing in on their rematch clause, though. WWE Main Event and SmackDown came and went without The Outlaws throwing down for the WWE Tag Team Championship once again; might they roll the dice on Raw?
The host with the most is coming back Monday night, and he has big news in store for the WWE Universe. Hulk Hogan, fresh off his big homecoming two weeks ago, is headed back to Raw for a follow-up, and word is he’s packing a huge announcement for WrestleMania 30. What does The Immortal One have up his sleeve, or lack thereof? (It is Hogan, after all; the man never met a tanktop he didn’t like.)
Source: Raw Five-Point Preview: March 10, 2014 | WWE.com
- jishva on March 10th, 2014 says:
i know an appearance from taker is enough, and his talking also but seeing how lesnar sent a message to taker by slamming henry on the table last week, i think taker also must send a similar message to lesnar.. Just my thought..
And i think the shield can have something to play with taker soon, because on smack down before they came united again, Seth rolling said if they join forces again, nobody can touch them, not the wyatts, not the undertaker or john cena… Just my thought!!
- Anan on March 10th, 2014 says:
I have to disagree. I think Lesnar’s F5 to Henry was a diresct response to Taker, who sent a message to Lesnar by chokeslamming him through a table which was a response to Lesnar jabbing the pen in his chest. Basically one disrespectful act led to two responses. I think Taker’s words will be enough of a message to both Lesnar and Heyman. Taker did beat Punk. But it was Punk who challenged Taker. Taker was just doing what is expected – defend The Streak. But inserting the recently walked-out Punk into the build as a way for Heyman to explain his reason for wanting to challenge The Streak was the only logical way for him to do that.
Now all three have a purpose and something to gain and something to lose from this match.
Heyman wants revenge for what Taker did to Punk. If Lesnar wins, Heyman gets his revenge. If not, he doesn’t.
Lesnar wants to make history. If he breaks The Streak, he will. If not, he won’t.
Taker has another challenger, this time a legit threat in the form of The Beat Incarnate. He’ll surely want to add Lesnar to his impressive list of Mania victims, otherwise he wouldn’t have accepted the challenge in typical Taker fashion upon his return. He also wants to keep The Streak intact and feels he can beat Lesnar. If he does, The Streak goes to 22-0 with Lesnar being victim 22. If he doesn’t, The Streak is broken and the only thing Taker lives for is gone.
We all know the obvious outcome. But I still see WWE making this as unpredictable as possible as they have done in recent years despite the predictable result.
- Jess on March 10th, 2014 says:
If its No Holds Barred or No Disqualification I will worry about what will happen, Hell In A Cell would basically just be another rematch of 2002, which was a disturbing match and I’d hate to see Taker covered in that much blood again. It was hard to watch.
- Anan on March 10th, 2014 says:
Taker did “tap” to Angle, but it is not recognized as an official tap out because he tapped at the same time the referee counted to three. This happened during their match on Smackdown on July 4 2002.
Taker vs Lesnar stipulations…..if it were me, I’d say if Lesnar loses, he’s done because aside from Batista, who’s left to challenge Lesnar? I guess Sheamus is. But neither Shemaus nor Batista would present the kind of challenge Taker would, IMO.
I don’t think they need a special match type though. The anticipation and the build is selling itself so no specialty match is necessary here whereas for Mania 22, Taker’s match with Mark Henry was made a Casket match to generate interest for a match no one really wanted to see as people preferred Taker vs Angle. Even with the Casket stipulation, people still weren’t so happy with Taker vs Henry, largely because aside from their confrontation on SNME, there wasn’t much of a build.
If Taker vs Lesnar is going to have a specialty match though, I don’t think No DQ/No Holds Barred should be it. Taker had technically three of those in a row. I say technically because Mania 26 and Mania 27 was No Holds Barred, but while Mania 28 was HIAC, it had the same rules as No Holds Barred except it was in a caged environment.
If Taker wants to make Lesnar tap to Hell’s Gate, it can do so in a standard match. No need for Submission Rules. Personally though since it’s Mania, I rather he win by Tombstone because of his Mania wins have consisted that move being used. He won with Hell’s Gate at Mania 24 and 27 only.
If Taker vs Lesnar was HIAC, the kind of bloodshed that was seen at No Mercy 2002 would not be seen now. In fact, there won’t be any blood unless it’s a small blade job. WWE’s PG HIAC’s haven’t really had any significant blood loss. The won’t make an exception to that for Taker and Lesnar.