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Wrestlemania 26: John Cena Vs Undertaker, Who Wins?

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 09:  Wrestler John Cena attends 'The Day The Earth Stood Still' Premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on December 9, 2008 in New York City  (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for 20th Century Fox)
Micah ChenAnalyst IIIJanuary 13, 2017

Ok, picture this: It's the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania 26, Glendale Arizona, the lights are bright. John Cena and Undertaker are eyeing each other in the ring, the bell rings.

Who's going to win this main event of all main events?

I am going to argue both of these wrestler's cases.

Let's start with the Undertaker. Undertaker is 17-0 at Wrestlemania. He seemingly just won't lose the biggest match of wrestlers' careers. Last year it was the Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels, that match has got to be in my top three favorite matches of all time. 

Then the year before that it was Undertaker vs Edge. Not quite as good, but still blew my mind. Then, every year before that he has won against everybody. He has never failed to give great matches.

This is when the problem comes.

We can now argue John Cena's case. You know what, let's keep it simple: John Cena losing=Mr. McMahon crying the night away backstage on the Super Bowl of wrestling. It would be a huge blow to McMahon's wallet and we all know Mr. McMahon simply can't accept that. 

This means that if the Undertaker wins, then everybody goes home happy except Mr. McMahon, plus the streak stays alive. If John Cena wins, then Mr. McMahon goes home happy and nobody sleeps that night. Of course, when it all comes down to it, Mr. McMahon gets the final say. But god forbid he choose Cena.

After all, it just wouldn't be Wrestlemania if the Undertaker lost.

I'll leave you guys to debate this issue. Feedback is appreciated. Hope you enjoyed, thanks.

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