Let me tell you something brother. The days are going by and the time is coming for the dead man, the Undertaker, to put his undefeated streak on the line against the challenge of Sting at Wrestlemania 30…the biggest show in the game brother.
I sat down with my brother in the mask man and we spoke for ages dude about this once in a lifetime encounter between two of the biggest names ever to lace up the boots. The Undertaker may have been lost in the Stone Cold – Rock era, but he was just as big a part of it man. Sting has been the WCW icon until its collapse and then spent some time at the struggling TNA.
The Undertaker did have a small run in WCW before leaving and who can blame him brother. WCW had a hard time recognizing talent at times man. They had Steve Austin and the Undertaker and let them both go after mismanaging them man. The Undertaker came to the WWE at Survivor Series and the rest is history man and his run has been epic. He has kept that streak at Wrestlemania, defeating such mean as Psycho Sid, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Jimmy Snucka, King Kong Bundy, Jake the Snake Roberts, and Kevin Nash, just to name a few man.
Sting has had his share of epic wars too brother. His feud with Ric Flair and the 4 Horsemen kept the WCW pay per view entity alive. He has also faced the Great Muta, Hulk Hogan, Mick Foley, Rick Rude, Van Vader, Kevin Nash, Goldberg, and many more.
When the Undertaker and Sting step into that Wrestlemania ring, you know that the roof is going to blown off the place dude. In the end man, you gotta favor the Stinger to be the first to put a blemish on the undefeated record of the dead man. That will allow a run for the WCW star in the WWE and some new opportunities for the fans to see matches that they never thought they would man.
This is going to be a special match man.