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« Reply #2225 on: March 23, 2017, 05:13:21 PM »

If Shawn swung both ways I would be surprised...I honestly think its a croc.


Me, too.
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« Reply #2226 on: March 28, 2017, 05:15:45 AM »

We are almost a week away from WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, Florida, and one of the top matches at the event will surely be the one-on-one contest between The Undertaker and Roman Reigns.

After Reigns claimed a few weeks ago that he was going to retire The Undertaker and given The Deadmanís health issues recently, many fans wonder if this will be the last time we see Taker perform in a WWE ring.

And according to reports from StillRealToUs and PWInsider, the impression backstage with WWE officials is that it may be the case as well.

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At the age of 52, The Undertakerís time in the WWE might be running out.

With his many Mania moments, his epic Mania win streak, and to being a major part of the grand spectacle for over two decades now, The Undertaker is one of a few men who are considered the greatest WrestleMania performers of all-time.

As a matter of fact, his WrestleMania streak reached an unbelievable 21-0 before being broken by Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX. Taker has had a match at every Mania since, facing and defeating Bray Wyatt at Mania 31 then Shane McMahon at last yearís event.

However, the last few times The Deadman has been in a WWE ring, heís left the squared circle looking like a shell of his former self, often limping to the backstage area and even needing medical attention immediately backstage after matches.

Add that to the fact he had hip surgery at the end of 2016, just to return at Royal Rumble a few months later and is rumoured to need more soon, and itís clear to see that The Deadman doesnít have much time left in his career.

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According to the report, Takerís health issues were at the forefront for WWEís creative team this past week backstage, especially after Taker took a huge spear from Roman Reigns that resulted in The Deadman walking around backstage in a lot of pain.
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