Re-write the ending

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Red Rain, Jun 8, 2015.

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  1. Every wrestler's career will end eventually, but the majority don't end so gracefully.
    The purpose of this thread is to take any wrestler and give them a send off you believe is worthy of their talent.
    Please don't fantasy book anything longer than about 12 months.

    An example might be instead of CM Punk walking out in January 2014, he finishes his contract.
    In those seven months, he works HHH, puts Daniel Bryan over, works with the Shield and is the first guy to put over the newly turned Seth Rollins.

    On Punk's way out, he does a shoot promo in only the he can and he walks out to cheers.

    Pick any wrestler
    Write a 12 month or less storyline sendoff.
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  2. If The Undertaker had retired with his Wrestlemania streak intact, then I would have clear that the "End Of An Era" match he had with Triple H inside the cell at Wrestlemania 28 was his swan song, because him making it to 20-0 and then leaving in arms with Triple H and Shawn Michaels would have been a pretty pivotal image to close his career out on.

    On another note, I would have had Kane retire against the Undertaker at Hell In A Cell 2010. That PPV was headlined by the two of them inside Hell In A Cell, and the date of the PPV was October 3rd, 2010, literally 13 years to the day (as far as its position on the calendar goes, not the exact date) since Kane debuted during the first-ever HIAC match at Bad Blood 1997 (which took place on October 5th, 1997) when he cost Undertaker the match.

    Taker beating Kane here for the WHC and walking away the victor of the feud would have felt like things had come full circle from when Kane first returned to haunt his brother, and the fact that it would have been exactly 13 years later would have been a nice little subtle touch too, since 13 is considered a 'dark'/'unlucky' number and thus has in some sort of eldritch way always been 'lucky' for the Undertaker (i.e. the first Wrestlemania he ever headlined was WM13, and the first time someone ever targeted him at Wrestlemania for the purposes of ending his Streak - and failing - was "Legend Killer" Randy Orton, his 13th opponent at the event. Of course, Taker also got buried alive by Kane at the 2003 Survivor Series exactly 13 years after he debuted at the 1990 Survivor Series, but given that it was that event that set off the domino effect in resurrecting The Phenom and doing away with the American Badass for good, one can almost twist it to say it brought him good fortune in the long run as well.)
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