Originally posted by The GameI guess we went back in time (probably at least 10 years) to the Undertaker's "original" source of power.
Which is cool, because that would coincide with the moment Kane started his plan. (which is erhm...wait...)
I think the addition of Paul Bearer made the story a lot more interesting, just because of the presentation.
It does make the story more interesting but since Paul Pearer hasn't been a mainstay in quite some time, I think he will only stay as long as this storyline (which I think could lead into Paul Bearer turning on the Undertaker...again but we'll see what happens soon enough).
The last time I remember seeing the urn was when Brother Paul came back in 2004 and then Heyman stole it from him and has had it ever since. I guess Heyman forgot to pay the bill for the urn that you have to pay to keep an urn but he didn't pay it because of money!!!
Chavo over Kaval, clean, is probably the dumbest finish of the year in terms of "why," but it's starting to look like Cena over Barrett tipped the company over the edge of a waterfall so maybe it was that one.
Link With the abundance of hungry independent workers out there, many of whom could fit the WWE big-man mentality, why should the largest wrestling promotion in the states have to resort to such a tactic?