My new series, IWC Analysis, is a grouping of articles concerned with observing and discussing some of the most prolific ideologies and theories shared between the large membership of online wrestling fans. The first edition tackled the eternally hot subject of whether or not John Cena can wrestle.
Vilified for as long as can be remembered, certain sectors of the IWC despise Cena with an unrivaled passion, while others take a more pragmatic view of his 'flaws.' Whatever the case, Cena is a man that creates controversy and polarises opinion like few others.
This, the second edition, will ponder a similarly divisive topic.
The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak massively polarises opinion in the IWC. One unifying idea amongst online fans, though, is that it is one of the greatest aspects of WWE history and the greatest in the career of the Deadman. His victims on the grandest stage of them all can be read as a rival to the WWE Hall of Fame, with stars and legends like Batista, Edge, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and Randy Orton amongst those the Phenom has vanquished.
He is 19-0. In this edition of IWC Analysis, I will discuss whether it should become 20-0, or if Mark Calaway should relinquish the greatest record in the history of professional wrestling and allow his streak to end at 19.