It might be a good thing (or maybe not) that Lesnar has mellowed out over the years or else that comment by the Undertaker might have actually lead to something. I just can't see the Brock that was going to drink Coors Light and bang his wife walking away from that one.
I don't see this alleged 'instant shoot-fight challenge' at all -- actually, looking at that vid a couple of times, I think the interviewer's mic picked up only one phrase out of a short conversation, and that Taker was probably just nudging Brock about that WM proposal. With a little extra salt on it for the benefit of bystanders. *shrug*
If you ever watched that old DVD of Taker's from the biker era, "This Is My Yard", he was in natural speaking voice throughout. But yeah, it's kind of startling to hear him now after years of 100% kayfabe Deadman. My 12-year-old wrestling fan son watched the interview over my shoulder and literally didn't recognize the Undertaker. :D
No doubt there's money to be made, but I think Dana is smart enough to consider long-term money over short-term. Brock returning would be a credibility hit to UFC/MMA which doesn't seem worth the few million Dana could get from it.
Originally posted by JustinShapiroMeltzer last night said that they were now talking about UT/Kane since Kane is the greatest threat to WM with three wins. Alvarez was told UT/Wade. I'm for anyone but Kane.
I could go for Undertaker vs. Kane, loser must retire. I wouldn't bother watching it, but the outcome would only help the company either way. Undertaker's hurting all the time and Kane is boring and stale.
Ah, yes, Steph's "heart of RAW" statement from last night. The man and I were discussing this during the waning moments of the PPV. Our guess is that it's going to be Taker. One--SmackDown is in need of a top face.