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Friday, April 4, 2014

THE PRE-TAKE: WRESTLEMANIA XXX (PART 2)

4/2/2014 11:05:28 AM

Now, let’s move to the four main event cards of Wrestlemania XXX: first, it’s John Cena versus Bray Wyatt in a singles match. Yet, a singles match which seems to defy prophecies, generations, and… yes, the word ‘legacy’ itself.

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Wyatt has been a superb monster during his WWE NXT days. Before he left the developing league to enter the main one, his crew Wyatt Family was the three-man dominating cultist-like crew packed with total weapons of destruction. And I’m sure when they debuted for the WWE last year, you once hated them, especially the patriarch him self – for bringing nothing but wreak havoc on several superstars.

And now, they menaced on the big one who seems to be the most-popular star in WWE for the last decade (yes, during the post-Attitude Era). Talk about crushing heroes in the eyes of those kids, eh?

And come to think that John Cena has been on a downside spiral for almost the previous three years, eh? First he lost to the Miz in 2011; then to the Rock in 2012; before his revenge worked out in 2013 to spill the jinx out of him. However, the last time he was at the grandest stage (which was by the way, situated at the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford), turned out to be a stellar one on his part as he grabbed the WWE Championship from Dwayne Johnson.

But now, it’s not for the title – it’s for the legacy. Will John Cena’s era prevail anew, or a new one emerges in Bray Wyatt. Well, let’s hope though this will turn out to be real messy for either one of them.

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Moving on, it’s the Phenom clashing with the Beast. Yes, the Undertaker will roll on his 22nd Wrestlemania Battle once again; with this time around, a certain Brock Lesnar will be his rival.

As Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman expressed his disbelief for the former’s non-inclusion to join the WWE World Heavyweight Title clash at Wrestlemania, the latter said he was offered by the Authority to post an ‘open challenge’ for the evening.

And much to anyone’s surprise though, the Deadman rose from out of nowhere to take that ‘challenge.’ Mark Callaway has been on a roll since 1992. He has beaten almost everyone: legends and superstars alike.
And even Mr. Wrestlemania himself.

In 2012 at Miami, the WWE universe witnessed the most harrowing entrance of a WWE player and it turns out to be an instant 50-minute classic: the END of an ERA clash against Hunter, with Shawn Michaels as the guest referee in the match.

In 2013, The Undertaker avenged the total humiliation made by CM Punk against him and his late manager Paul Bearer (whom, by the way, will be entering the Hall of Fame this year).

And now, a beast incarnate will try to halt the Undertaker’s winning run. And indeed, he is capable of doing such, considering he broke Shawn Michael’s arm as well as Triple H’s for twice. Lesnar also sent Chairman Vince McMahon to a hip replacement surgery when he threw a thunderous F5 on him. Plus recently, he threw Mark Henry out of his way and even broke his shoulder.

This guy can really defy death and broke his legacy in terms of abilities. The question though: is that enough to put the game in his favor? I’ll say the Undertaker would still prevail in this one.

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Now, for the championship wars: it’s Daniel Bryan versus Triple H. The Hunter appeared to have his era diminished after losing to Undertake in 2012, but vowed revenged and eventually emerged victorious in 2013 when he send Brock Lesnar to his toes on a no-holds barred battle in 2013.

Now, he’s back in the squared circle once again, with another reason: put the YES MOVEMENT into a stop. And this means staging a war against Daniel Bryan. Prior to their much-awaited clash, the Hunter staged a set-up to strip the championship title from Bryan on Summerslam. He then awarded it to the Money in the Bank winner Randy Orton.

And despite Daniel Bryan’s even skyrocketing popularity, the Authority was still at helm to deprive him any chances to win the most coveted WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Kane, once his former tag-team partner cost him the chance to steal the belt against Orton in Elimination Chamber. Bryan also berated Triple H’s crew from also depriving him a chance to participate at the Royal Rumble.

Well, for now, it seemed like Daniel Bryan finally got what he wish for; when he staged an OCCUPY RAW movement at one point during the WWE’s flagship program. But he also suffered a massive consequence a week after though.

The winner of the match will take a step from their ladder to the biggest battle of Wrestlemania XXX – the title match itself.

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At first, it was supposedly a Randy Orton-Batista clash, since Orton has been holding on to the title after defeating John Cena for twice (First, at TLC [Dec. 2013]; and second, at the Royal Rumble [Jan. 2014]). We can’t count the Elimination Chamber though even if the Cenation leader was part of that 6-man event title battle, since it was Bryan whom came even close for that ‘big one.’

However, as for that “best for business,” motto, which Triple H and Stephanie McMahon always used to say, it turned out to be a triple-threat.

By the way, Batista won the Royal Rumble in a not-so-convincing fashion. Maybe, if Roman Reigns managed to hold his ground.

Now, should that be another exciting. Well, please do so? ‘Cause this ‘business talk’ is getting boring little by little. And honestly speaking, I don’t care who wins for the title.

Now… that’s my pre-Werstlemania post looks boring either. Adding insult to injury is that one local channel isn’t airing WWE shows anymore, leaving questions from us on where should we resort every now and then? Aside from a cable channel, though.

But if you asked me what should be the match of the night, I’ll pick three potentials. Either which of them will fall on that namesake.

-          SHIELD versus KANE + NEW AGE OUTLAWS
-          UNDERTAKER versus BROCK LESNAR
-          30-MAN ANDRE THE GIANT MEMORIAL BATTLE ROYAL

Yeah, where am I should now look for to watch Wrestlemania XXX?  Sucks to be me.

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Author: slickmaster | © 2014 september twenty-eight productions

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