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Five WWE matches we'd love to see The Undertaker in

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Few Superstars have escaped The Undertaker’s wrath during his illustrious career, and we really want to see The Deadman battle these five active Superstars from Raw, SmackDown LIVE and NXT.

With Taker back on SmackDown LIVE in a full-time capacity, we may even see some of these come to fruition.

And he won’t now be restricted to WrestleMania appearances which is an exciting prospect in its own right.

Which of these matches would you most like to see take place and who is your dream Undertaker opponent?


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Bischoff on Wrestling podcast: X-Pac joins the show

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Scroll down to hear the podcast.

Eric Bischoff and co-host and Nick Hausman start the show off by talking about some of the big news stories in and around sports entertainment.

They discuss Stephanie McMahon’s “loose talks” with Ronda Rousey about a WWE appearance, John Cena as the host of SNL and Chinese ambassador for WWE, Booker T’s announcement that he is running for Mayor of Houston in 2019 and much more.

Bischoff then welcomes his guest for the week Sean “X-Pac/Syxx” Waltman.

Waltman chats with Eric about how he originally broke in to the pro wrestling business, being a smaller wrestler in a big man’s business during the late-80’s and early-90’s and whether or not he ever considered changing up his style due to injuries.

The show finished off with Bishoff answering fan questions and introducing his new segment “Playing in the Dirt”.

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Triple H announces WWE UK Championship

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WWE superstar Triple H announced, at an historic press conference at the O2 Arena in London about the WWE’s initiative to crown the first ever United Kingdom Champion.

The champions will be crowned live during a special two-night tournament on January 14th and 15th.

It will feature 16 of the top competitors from the UK and Ireland and the intent is “to use this tournament as a launching pad for a brand new WWE weekly show, produced in the UK.”

The 14-Time World Champion and now EVP Talent, Live Events & Creative at WWE said this was the latest in the company’s desire to bring unique regional content to WWE Network subscribers around the world.


Who knows, this could even open up the door to the next generation of WWE Superstars coming to the fore.












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