We've all heard the rumors of Undertaker vs Bray Wyatt at Wrestlemania 31, and given that Wyatt has dropped subtle hints of it in his last two promos on Raw, it seems like this is probably the set direction they're headed in after all. So, since everyone assumes Taker is winning this match just to get some personal "redemption" for himself after his loss last year, what would your reactions be if Bray Wyatt won and actually retired the Undertaker instead? I know there's about five or so arguments you could throw out against it - it's ridiculous for Undertaker to lose twice in a row at Wrestlemania (or even lose again at all) after going undefeated for 23 years, Taker being 21-2 means that the person who beats Lesnar at the end of the night can no longer say they were the one to beat the 1 in 21-1 (although Taker being 22-1 would fuck that mantra up a bit as well), Undertaker vs Sting at WM32 next year in their home state of Texas, etc. But nevertheless, I'm trying to think outside the box here. Taker is known to be one of the most selfless guys in the business, so what if he's decided to let himself retire going out on his back against a younger guy who's the perfect dark and enigmatic character to vanquish him from good, and who would benefit from the rub tremendously?