I've been watching a lot of the old Biker Taker videos and was amazed at how great he was on the mic. It got me thinking; if Taker retires this year at 25, do you think he could come back in a year as the Biker Taker character, but purely in a manager/mouthpiece role?
I think the WWE could use him back on the mic in the character, but as much as it seems it would be cool, I'd have to wonder if (a)he wouldn't be credible managing new talent, (b)would diminish his legacy?
Post by Next Level was WRONG on Dec 31, 2008 15:07:40 GMT -5
Not really. I personally see Taker having a Ron Simmions style-role eventually. Only instead of imparting his judgement on awkward and wacky situations in a concise manner, he will divulge advice and warnings in incredibly long speeches.
Post by George Harrison on Dec 31, 2008 16:03:36 GMT -5
^ It might work if he did overshadow them, even if it was only a few months long.
A stable with Taker as the leader who is a non/wrestler but still bad arse would be great.
They need to leave it for a while, Undertaker NEEDS a good send off. Don't have him disappear at Mania and come back at Backlash, you need fans to expect him to be gone and if they miss him, bring him back.