WrestleMania Article thinks Brock changed the ending.

Discussion in 'PPV's & Specials' started by The Showstopper, Apr 7, 2014.

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    The Undertaker has just lost his 21-year Wrestlemania streak to former UFC fighter Brock Lesnar. It has been revealed that Brock Lesnar was not in fact supposed to win the match and was scripted for the Undertaker to win the match and extend his Wrestlemania streak to 22 wins.

    I’m pretty sure most people know that WWE is actually staged and simply for entertainment. All matches are scripted and practiced weeks prior to the actual match, and the winner is, of course, picked before the match is aired, by WWE officials. However, this match was not meant for Brock Lesnar to win

    Full article at http://huzlers.com/undertaker-losin...mahon-brock-lesnar-changed-script-will-fired/

  2. The article doesn't say that Brock himself changed the ending, rather that he was originally not supposed to win it.

    Undertaker has 100% creative control over the streak. If he wants to give it up in the middle of the ring he can.
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  3. Rumour is that Taker realised halfway through that the match was garbage and that he couldn't go in-ring, and told Brock and the ref that it ends. I bet Vince is fuming. He's missed out on some huge pay-days, especially with Cena having not faced the Streak.
  4. Utter nonsense.
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  5. This article is bs. Why some of you believe this garbage is beyond me.
  6. This is great that fans are getting worked up about it and are making ideas as to what had happened, they played this well and i'm loving it.
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  7. It says Lesnar will be fired for changing the script :dawg:
  8. the website that produced this article is notorious for hoax articles btw :true:
  9. I would LOVE to see that, but I doubt this story is true
  10. What I found this morning
    Full article: http://wrestlingnews.co/rumor-killer-on-the-undertaker-brock-lesnar-ending-news-on-sting-undertaker/
  11. Also

    See @Stopspot , that was a badly done belly to belly at the beginning. He WAS almost killed right off lol. You called it.
  12. Some people are too easily worked. Of course Brock didn't "change the ending" - you really think they would have just let it end like that? :lol1:
  13. I know this article isn't true guys, in case you couldn't tell. Thought it was clear with the :facepalm1:
  14. I just keep laughing at this idea that Taker only "figured out" he was "dog shit in the ring" once the match started. He knew leading up to this that he wasn't fit to compete.

    Just one more reason having this match with Brock (especially if it were to be a streak ender) makes no sense.

    It looked like Lesnar was playing patty cake with his punches compared to the violence of the HHH or especially Cena matches he has had since returning.
  15. lol @ the related articles
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  16. Nah, I'm quite sure this is what they went into the ring to do. I think they purposely booked it so people would give Brock even less of a chance then he would have had if the feud was any good/he looked like a threat so it would be the biggest shock possible. It worked! It's a moment we'll never forget, and I'm curious to see what happens going forward. Not saying it wasn't random and kinda stupid to do, but if it's a shocking moment they were going for, boy, they did it.
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  17. I agree, but I think it was a really, really stupid way to book the feud. There are plenty of things you can do to shock the crowd, that doesn't mean it is the good thing to do. Wrestling is storytelling, and to me, a story of the beast Brock Lesnar (which is how they will spin it now) is cooler than purposefully downplaying his chances just to shock the crowd.

    I was surprised, but I wasn't emotionally invested. It was just like lol huh? It wasn't like OMG THE FUCKING STREAK IS DONE HOLYYYYYYYY SHITTTTTTTTTT!!!!!
  18. Yeah, me too. As I said, it's not really the best way to do it, but it's a way to do it. I was also mostly like "what?" other than jumping up and down. It does feel fishy that the streak would end in what would just end up being the worst streak matches of recent years, with Brock being built like a coward and all, but I don't know. I'm guessing they shot for this for some reason, or they changed their minds midway through it. It's true that if someone bought that Brock could break the streak, we would be invested and afraid it'd be over after a 3rd F5, but I for one wasn't even paying much attention. For example, had the streak ended with HHH's Tombstone or that SCM/Pedigree (I didn't buy the combo so much, although I bought the tombstone a bit) it would've been a much bigger reaction. I don't know, I think depending on how things move forward it'll be easier to tell.
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