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Quote [Kane vs. John Cena: This one is a No DQ match. Cena and Kane start off throwing right hands right off the opening bell. Kane takes control with a big boot to the face, and now it's all Kane on the offensive. Kane takes Cena out to ringside where Cena tries fighting back, but Kane whips him into the ring steps. Cena comes back with a shot on Kane to the ring steps. They then fight throug hthe crowd and right through the fan barricade. They brawl back to the ring where Kane keeps Cena grounded. Kane goes to unxover the corner turnbuckle pad, but Cena sits right up like the Undertaker and pulls Kane around. Cena drops Kane and hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Cena mocks the Undertaer and then hits a Chokeslam for a two count. Cena takes a table from ringside and puts it in the ring. As Cena sets up the table, Kane sits right up. Cena goes for an AA through the table, but Kane flips over the table with his fingers and escapes. Kane drops Cena, then sets up the table in the corner. Cena starts fighting back, but Kane throws Cena through the table. Kane sets up another table and looks for the chokeslam, but Cena escapes. Cena hits an AA on Kane through the table for the three count.

Winner: John Cena

- After the match, Cena gets on the mic and says hes's disappointed not to hear anything from the Undertaker. No bells or lights cutting out. Cena screams Undertaker's name and says he's a coward. Cena says every week the sold-out crowds chant his name, and silence isn't an option, they need a yes or no. Cena tells Taker to listen to the crowds chanting for him. Cena says Undertaker only cares about himself, and he hopes he sees Undertaker next week. Cena starts walking to the back. On the ramp, he looks into the camera and rolls his eyes back and does the throat slicing motion, as RAW goes off the air.

Angry Cena was a joy to see. He really sold how pissed off he is with Undertaker for ignoring him all the time.
 
I can see this being like HBK/Hogan fued with one guy (HBK/Cena) being more heelish just for a few weeks, before they make up.
 
I would predict when Taker wins Cena shows him respect with a hug and lifting his arm.
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Originally posted by #Heel #Heel wrote:

The match is more of a dream match than Styles Nakamura in my opinion, however this should have happened at least 5 years ago.

Cena may have said aload of crap in his promos but im sure he can be cut some slack given hes been one of the best on the mic for ten years plus

I still think we can get an entertaining match out of these 2 and I'd love for American Badass Taker to make an appearance

Out of all the matches (I guess this one is technically still a possible match) at WrestleMania the fan in me is most looking forward to. I am watching the March 12 Raw where Cena once again challenged the Undertaker after loosing in the WWE World title match at Fastlane. The life in the crowd is what wrestling is all about. 

Every year I look forward to what Undertaker does at WrestleMania, as he can put on a great display of ring psychology and a good display of agility and wrestling ability that makes for what is most important in professional wrestling, a good story in the ring that entertains the fans. I stand by that fully and dismiss those who claim he broken down. The steps he lost due to aging (which are exaggerated) he picks up in the ability to master the ring. 

As for Cena, his skills have never caused me to look forward to any of his matches, ever; even though some have impressed me once I have seen them. so normally I wouldn't care what he does at WrestleMania; but there is just something about the amazing name value in the Undertaker that piques my fanhood.   

The prospect of this long awaited match between John Cena and the Undertaker is just so exciting; I literally was calling for this match ten whole years ago. It is truly a dream match as you said.   

And as Shizzel said, Undertaker must win. 

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Quote John Cena is out to the ring next. Cena gets on the mic and says we're out of time -- The Undertaker has not answered. Cena says he did all he could to make the match happen, but he's going to have to go to WrestleMania as a fan. He says he's not entering the Andre Battle Royal, he's just going as a fan. He calls out Undertaker again an says this is his last chance. Cena talks about how great it would be if Taker did accept the challenge and make it a WrestleMania moment. He tells Nikki Bella he'll be home soon. Fans start chanting Undertaker's name, and Cena says he hopes Taker hears them. He talks about how proud he is of the roster who made it to WrestleMania, including Daniel Bryan finally returning to the ring. Cena says it's obvious Taker is ignoring him and ignoring the people. Cena says it's obvious Taker has left his hat in the ring, and his balls at home. Cena plays to the crowd some more and gets the fans to chant Undertaker's name before Cena leaves. Cena shakes his head in disappointment as he leaves.
 
I would hate for the match to be made on the night, and so I would save it for Wrestlemania 35.
 
This sunday have Undertaker in the ring, call Cena out, looks like the match will be made, jobber heels come out to interupt, they get taken out by the pair and then Taker says i'll see you next year.
 
The card is stacked enough for sunday, you have Cena in another match confirmed twelve months in advance and Taker has another year to heel up.
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I'm still crossing my fingers and praying for Cena to get jealous he's not in a match and interfere with a title match, or perhaps better just attack Roman Reigns after he wins the title, and turn heel in the process.

Taker vs Cena does nothing for me.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

I'm still crossing my fingers and praying for Cena to get jealous he's not in a match and interfere with a title match, or perhaps better just attack Roman Reigns after he wins the title, and turn heel in the process.

Taker vs Cena does nothing for me.

The first point i kind of agree with - would be cool to see Cena finally turning #Heel.

The second point i half agree with you - the match is a dream match for sure - the only issue with it is that it should have happened before Taker was a) nearly dead and b) defeated by Lesnar at Mania
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Yeah, that's fair. I still feel Cena vs Undertaker happened back in like 2005, (I know it in fact did not, but I can't shake the feeling regardless). I remember this promo from back around then of John Cena saying something about how the main event (I THOUGHT of wrestlemania) was "Undertaker John Cena". I remember those words specifically coming out of Cena's mouth but I don't remember the circumstances or who he was really addressing. Kurt Angle? Maybe? I don't know. But within the context of the promo it sounded like it was a mid-card match they (Taker & Cena) were having, maybe for the US title? And it was going to be the match of the night, and THAT was what Cena meant about the main event being Undertaker John Cena. But I don't trust my memory on that well enough to even be confident there.

Whatever the case is with my fuzzy memory. As a result Undertaker John Cena just doesn't interest me much despite how big the names involved are, but as for WM34, Undertaker just needs to be allowed to retire and that's all there is to it.

If I had to guess, I would say that there will be some kind of fight that takes place between the two, but not an actual match. This is a brand new way of booking a spot on the wrestlemania card, and WWE should be applauded for doing something new, at the very least.


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Originally posted by admin admin wrote:

I would hate for the match to be made on the night, and so I would save it for Wrestlemania 35.
 
This sunday have Undertaker in the ring, call Cena out, looks like the match will be made, jobber heels come out to interupt, they get taken out by the pair and then Taker says i'll see you next year.
 
The card is stacked enough for sunday, you have Cena in another match confirmed twelve months in advance and Taker has another year to heel up.

Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

If I had to guess, I would say that there will be some kind of fight that takes place between the two, but not an actual match. This is a brand new way of booking a spot on the wrestlemania card, and WWE should be applauded for doing something new, at the very least.


At this point I am honestly 50/50 if Taker would even show up for WrestleMania. Just think about how awesome of a storyline it would be if Taker doesn't even acknowledge Cena's challenge whatsoever at all. It gets under Cena's skin; and he uses that to veer ever closer to being heelish (if not an outright tantrum.)

Or, as Rico said, it could be just an unscheduled confrontation, I was going to come in this thread and say, with Cena going to WrestleMania as a fan, it could be like Diamond Dallas Page's "unscheduled confrontation" with The Undertaker at the 2001 King of The Ring during their big feud, where Page bought a ticket only to have Taker and his then wife Sara play games stalking him back. (Even though scheduling it and as "unscheduled confrontation' makes it scheduled by default, but I digress.) 

Or, I was also thinking it could be as Adders said, with the challenge being set for next year. 

The one thing I would actually be surprised at by this point is if they announced an actual match at WrestleMania this year. A match like this is waaaay too big to not have plenty of time between its announcement and the time it actually takes place, and plenty of promotion time... if it happens. 

But if it does happen, I greatly look forward to it.      


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I think there will be some sort of confrontation - i am hoping for a match but im not so sure it will happen - youd think theyd have advertised it to this point if it was going to happen.

Unless of course its a surprise for the fans who bought the tickets and paid for the event.

Maybe this time Undertaker should show up and cut a promo with Cena in the crowd as a fan and then lead them to face off 
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Quote John Cena comes down to the ring, but a referee comes and tells Cena something, and Cena looks like he’s going to leave. The lights go out, but Elias comes out instead of The Undertaker. Elias strums his guitar and talks trash to Cena. Elias comes in the ring and tells Cena to leave, and Cena heads back to his seat in the crowd. Elias starts singing in the ring as Cena sits back down. Cena has heard enough, and he hits the ring and drops Elias. Cena hits the Five Knuckle Shuffle, and then hits the AA on Elias. The crowd chants for Undertaker as Cena’s music hits. Cena walks to the back as his music plays, but then his music stops. The lights go out, and then a spotlight goes on in the ring and Undertaker’s hat and coat are in the ring. Lightning strikes and now the hat and jacket are gone. We go back to Cena, and he looks shocked. The bell sounds, and fire starts shooting up out of the stage. The Undertaker emerges from the smoke and the crowd goes wild. The Undertaker is in his hat and coat with long hair. It looks like Cena has retreated back to the ring, and the Undertaker is approaching. The Undertaker slowly steps in the ring and stands in the middle as Cena backs into the corner. Undertaker removes his coat as lasers hit the ring. The Undertaker removes his hat and rolls his eyes back, and the lights come on. The ref comes in the ring, and we’ve got a match.

 The Undertaker vs. John Cena: Undertaker mimmediately takes the fight to Cena off the opening bell and pummels on him in the corner. Undertaker runs the ropes and hits a flying clothesline on Cena. The Undertaker follows up with his patented top rope walk clothesline. Taker hits him in the corner then does the Snake Eyes on the top turnbuckle. Taker follows up with a big boot and a leg drop, then he looks for a chokeslam. Cena reverses into a back suplex, then goes for the Five Knuckle Shuffle, but Undertaker sits up and scares him. Taker hits the chokeslam, then does the throat cutting motion. Taker hits the Tombstone on Cena and pins for the three count.

Winner: TheUndertaker

– The Undertaker paces the ring as we go to replays. The black lights go on and Undertaker poses in the ring as flames shoot from the stage.
So bad it was pre show worthy. Listing Taker Wrestlemania matches in order of enjoyment, this one continued the theme of recent years by being near the bottom towards the likes of Andre Gonzalez.
 
We didn't hear Taker speak at all. He didn't technically accept the challenge. He turns up for the first time in a year and people are suppose to treat him differently to Brock, when he's making a future top HOF balot entry job in a few minutes.
 
No mic interaction, Deadman character brought back at the first Wrestlemania chance they get and the 'highlight' of Undies walking the ropes he struggled to take more than a few steps, when he used to get towards the centre of a ring side.


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Awful just awful, there are a ton of reasons why this match sucked balls but I will start with the main reason which is after years of making us wait for the match we thought last year wouldn't ever happen - John Cena vs The Undertaker  - all we get is a quick squash match.

Perhaps a quick one sided basic match is all Taker was willing or able to do but if that's the case they shouldn't have done it at all, time contraints may have been a factor as to why the match was booked this way but if they had cut the Elias segment that would have added a good amount of time and I'm sure they could have made other adjustments to allocate this match a good twenty minutes at least.

There was no build Taker just suddenly appeared, he was using his Deadman gimmick which disappointed many fans who were expecting a return of The American Bad Ass with Kid Rock performing his theme music, Cena was completely jobbed out to a veteran who lost to Roman Reigns last year and was thought to be retired, I'm not Cena's biggest fan but this was a big injustice to him, it also made Elias look incredibly weak as he was fed to Cena, he was complete fodder for Cena who squashed him but then Undertaker comes out and in turn makes JC look like a jobber, as I've mentioned the biggest gripe has to be how they short-changed the fans with a rushed nothing match, this surely ranks among the worst Wrestlemania matches The Undertaker has had and I really hope this isn't his last as what a sour note to end such a great career on.


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