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ok ok ok does this mean that Undertaker is outta wrestling now or will there be a return... im hoping that hes not gone becuz taker is my fav. wrestler and goddam JBL better lose this fucking title soon
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I hate recycling my posts from other boards, but I may as well do it here...

It is my sad duty to report that they killed off the Undertaker last night by having Heidenreich ram a truck into the hearse he was in the back of. I know that he's returned from the dead a few times in the past, but even his luck must run out eventually. Sorry Deadman, but only The Rock, Kane, Triple H, Kevin Nash, Hulk Hogan, The Steiners, and about 14 other wrestling superstars can survive a horrible vehicle accident and show up a week later just fine. This is truly the end of an era. Farewell, Undertaker.




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aight thanks this is a sad end to one of the greatest wrestlers in my perspective... its kinda disappointing
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.21
No problem.




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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.76
    Originally posted by willmysensesfail
    ok ok ok does this mean that Undertaker is outta wrestling now or will there be a return...


Considering that a wrestler dies or nearly dies on WWE programming every other week, I think it is safe to assume he will be back. Plus, I have no idea why you thought Taker would be "outta wrestling" from a car crash. Hell the man was put in a flaming casket and buried alive by Kane on two separate events, yet he still somehow lived.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.00
    Originally posted by y4j1981
      Originally posted by willmysensesfail
      ok ok ok does this mean that Undertaker is outta wrestling now or will there be a return...


    Considering that a wrestler dies or nearly dies on WWE programming every other week, I think it is safe to assume he will be back. Plus, I have no idea why you thought Taker would be "outta wrestling" from a car crash. Hell the man was put in a flaming casket and buried alive by Kane on two separate events, yet he still somehow lived.


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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.42
    Originally posted by KaneRobot
    I hate recycling my posts from other boards, but I may as well do it here...

    It is my sad duty to report that they killed off the Undertaker last night by having Heidenreich ram a truck into the hearse he was in the back of. I know that he's returned from the dead a few times in the past, but even his luck must run out eventually. Sorry Deadman, but only The Rock, Kane, Triple H, Kevin Nash, Hulk Hogan, The Steiners, and about 14 other wrestling superstars can survive a horrible vehicle accident and show up a week later just fine. This is truly the end of an era. Farewell, Undertaker.


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Okay, let's see just how many times the Undertaker has died now:

-Royal Rumble 1994: death by being beat up by 10 men and shoved in a casket.
-Summerslam 1996: death by urn smashing by best friend/manager (this one may or may not count, as he was alive again the next night).
-Buried Alive 1996: death by burial by Mankind, Terry Gordy, and a host of others.
-Royal Rumble 1998: death by casket/fire.
-Rock Bottom 1998: death by burial (again).

We then skip a few years, during which Undertaker was ALIVE alive, not zombie alive, then

-November 2003: death by burial (AGAIN).
-October 2004: death by Heidenreich.

So by my count, this is the seventh time he's died.

So, in conclusion, yes, Undertaker is gone forever.




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He's starting to pull a , Friday the 13th, Jason Voorhees gimmick. How many times can Taker rise from the dead? If keeps this up he might beat Jason before he retires.

(edited by jwrestle on 5.10.04 2341)


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