IS ERIC YOUNG REALLY CASHING IT IN ON TAKER?
"CASH IT IN!" CASH IT IN!" Yells Eric Young to Jim Ross.
JR is confused. "Is he mentally ill cashing his Money in the Bank contract on the Undertaker at WrestleMania?" Jim Ross understands Young is a little twisted so he hands it to the ring announcer to officially start the match. Quickly Eric Young realizes he might be a little over matched.
"Tombstone on Young! Thank God his head might be straightened after that vicious Tombstone!" says JR. It is a foregone conclusion Young will be the first person to fail cashing in the Money in the Bank.
"1! 2! 2.91! 2.92! 2.93! 2.933333!" NO! Eric Young kicks out! He now gets his head on straight. Eric Young is now focused.
No Orlando Jordan did not give him a lollipop. No Undertaker did not leak greatness to him.
Eric Young now grapples with the Taker. People are completely stunned to see Eric Young dominate the action. He then hits a sick suplex to get him 0.5 seconds away from accomplishing the impossible.
Undertaker, although exhausted, is still ready to retain his Holy Grail. He executes a Last Ride that hopefully puts Young away.
"1! 2! Oh my God Young kicks out again!" exclaims Jim Ross.
"Well maybe that bump to the head straightened him out again." reasoned Jerry Lawler. Lawler is still in shock after Undertaker actually did not beat Young in 30 seconds or less.
"Hells gate on Young! Will he tap?!" yells JR. He does not want the Streak to end. As does almost everybody else. "What? Sharpshooter! Eric Young reversed a Hells Gate into a Sharpshooter!"
Taker passes out after being in the Sharpshooter for 30 seconds. He slumps to the ground. Eric Young attempts the impossible.
Can he do it? Can lifetime TNA jobber/midcarder/Santino knockoff Eric Young actually end the Undertaker's WrestleMania streak of 18-0?
"1! 2! 2.5! 2.6! 2.7! 2.8! 2.9! 2.91! 2.97!" No! Taker kicks out again.
This time Eric Young tries something bizarre. Well not bizarre in TNA's or his mind but a strange move. He lays down and lures Taker into pinning him. But Taker just stomps him.
This is the longest Money in the Bank match in history. Seven gripping minutes of total shock and utter embarrassment encapsulate the Georgia Dome.
Taker attempts to land a choke slam. But his bum shoulder gives out. Young has a chance to roll him up. Is this it?
"1! 2! 2.31! 2.48! 2.45!" Hey wrestling fans aren't that stupid! "2.5! 2.67! 2.93!" The tension is visible. Undertaker fans are ready to riot if he actually loses. Eric Young fans are ready to be overwhelmed in pure shock. Is he about to end the Streak? Tune in to the next slide to find out!