syxxpakk wrote:I disagree. If anyone deserved to beat Undertaker, it was Randy Orton. The perfect meshing of storyline, characters, and way to truly establish a new star.
I honestly can't believe that was almost 8 years ago! Randy Orton would have been a good choice to end the Undertaker's streak, especially with the Legend Killer gimmick going strong. Although, I really think a strong case could be made for Shawn Michaels ending the streak during their second match at Wrestlemania XXVI.
At this point, I don't think anyone needs to beat the Undertaker and the streak should stay in tact.
It's obvious to me that we are just going to have to agree to disagree on this one. I understand your desire to see the Undertaker's streak remain intact and I can understand the logic behind it but I definitely don't agree with it. To me, it is just like any other title or accolade that is just waiting for the right person to come along and grab it. Undertaker passing the torch to a guy who still have a good amount of time left in his career is the right thing to do at this point. I think that CM Punk is the type of guy who could really do something great following such a high profile win and I admit, I am a little excited just thinking about the amazing promo that he would cut the following night on RAW.
Honestly, I just don't want to see Punk lose to another part time wrestler, especially immediately after losing to the Rock twice. I know you don't think it would do anything to negatively impact his career but still, I don't want to see it. Yeah, Punk is the type of guy who would do it if it was good for business but the man deserves better than that. If the WWE is going to keep putting older superstars over the younger talent, they might as well buy TNA and bring guys like Hogan back to "run wild" all over the roster.