WWE: Triple H Is the Wrong Wrestlemania Opponent for the Undertaker

Jack Windham@wr_revealedAnalyst IMarch 22, 2011

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Triple H is going to face the Undertaker at Wrestlemania.

WWE chose the wrong guy.

If this were any other year, I wouldn't be saying that. However, with the Undertaker coming dangerously close to the end of his illustrious career, it needs to be said.

Word coming out of WWE is that the damage done to Undertaker's shoulders is pretty harsh. In fact, it's so bad that he's going to be feeling pain for the rest of his life.

There's a very good chance that he doesn't make it to Wrestlemania 28 next year.

If that's the case, then Undertaker doesn't need to be working against someone that he has already beaten at Wrestlemania. The fans deserve to see that one final match that they have never seen before at Wrestlemania.

If this is truly Undertaker's last Wrestlemania, then he should be in there against John Cena.

While many hate him, it's hard to dispute that Cena is the guy that will make it most believable that Undertaker's streak is in jeopardy—management has booked him to be that strong.

Instead, we get a match against Triple H.

Despite being an official member of the corporation now, it's highly unlikely that he's going to be booked to end the streak.

Jack Windham is the lead writer at WrestlingRevealed.com.

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