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What will be the Wmania 22 Dream match?

What will be the Mega/Dream match be?


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carlito is cool

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At Wmania 18 we had Hogan vs Rock, 19 Austin vs Rock, 20 Brock vs Goldberg, 21 Angle vs HBK.

Im going for Hogan vs Austin at Wmania 22 i think its a serious possibility,hopefully the groundwork for this match will be laid on this weeks raw (you read it here first) i really wouldn't fancy picking a winner in this though neither man ould fancy doing the job.
 

Ron Burgundy?

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How can you include Carlito in a dream match? And how can you not have Kurt Angle vs Triple H in an Ironman match special refereed by the Big Show?

Anyways, I voted Triple H vs Ric Flair
 

Gooneronastick

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I voted Hogan vs Austin. I'm sure it would draw and Hogan will probably need another big pay-day by then and Mania would be the ONLY PPV that would be able to host this match IMO.
 

Kanenite

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Hogan VS Austin. But the second possibility would be Ric Flair vs HHH, what an awesome match that would be
 

Jung

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BRET CAN'T WRESTLE!!!!! AHHHHHHH WHY DOESN'T ANYONE LISTEN?


But anyway, I'd like to see Rock v HBK, but it seems they want Hogan v Austin, so I'd prolly go for that.
 

Ryan

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Bret Hart Vs. Kurt Angle (i know it will never happen, because bret cant wrestle)

By the way Brock Vs. Goldberg at WMXX was FAR from a dream match.


Jung calm yourself, its a DREAM match, there not meant to be realistic.
 

Jung

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Yeah but it has zero chance of happening.

And the question is what will be the WM 22 dream match, not what's the dream match you want to see?
 

DraVen

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Mr Perfect said:
By the way Brock Vs. Goldberg at WMXX was FAR from a dream match.
For a casual fan and a guy like me who loves big men who can either work or are intense and entertaining, it was very much a dream match. There's a reason why Vince pushes big guys and it's because casual fans accept them if they're dynamic enough. Brock was very much accepted because he was a big, strong, believable monster who could actually work some amazing matches without being carried. Goldberg, had he been pushed right in the WWE, would have made for a great match with Brock because he was powerful, stiff, and charismatic. The guy had a belter with Scott Steiner back in 2000 and Steiner wasn't exactly handing out classics back then. Had the two been built up all year as killers on their respective brands and been allowed to go all-out in a big brawl (obviously without the crowd knowing they were leaving), I don't doubt it would have been a classic.
 

Kanenite

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Mr Perfect said:
By the way Brock Vs. Goldberg at WMXX was FAR from a dream match.
Where were you when this happened then? If I remember right, it was probably the most hyped match of the night, as back in November through to March it was thought to be an intense match. But obviously it was far better on paper. It sucked big time as the two were leaving the company anyway.
 

Dave7g

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Well the matches on that list are far from Dream matches, I would like HBK vs The Rock, or Angle vs Kobashi or something half way exciting.
 

wyndorf

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Triple H vs Brock Lesner. We've never seen it, I think they could work a phenomenal match.
 

AustinMark316

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Stone Cold Steve Austin VS Hulk Hogan. Theres not even a question about it. Itll most probably be the biggest match in Wrestling EVER.
 

MartynJ

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For Wrestlemania 22 ive voted Austin v Hogan, mainly because i enjoyed the Rock/hogan match and i never saw the crowd mark out so much, and with Austin/Hogan at wrestlemania i would love to see who the crowd goes with
 

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I voted for HHH vs. Flair. Think of how truly incredible they could be. They wouldn't need any kind of gimmick. Although, I'd personally make Foley the referee. Wouldn't that be fun.

START RANT:

Who REALLY wants to see Hogan ruin his legacy by keeping on doing "just one more match"?

I'm fed up with watch ing him drag his tired body around the ring. It was great with Hassan, and then it started well, bu then kinda sucked with HBK. He's just making his legacy cheap. He should just retire permanently.

Maybe he could be in a different capacity? I for one like some of his promos and mic work, but he's at his best when he has his "Hollywood" anti-hero thing going for him. Who wouldn't want to see him as commissoner? I wouldn't mind. The same goes for Austin. He should just bow out gracefully, or come back to compete permanently. I'm fed up of seeing these 2 do the same routines.

I like Hogan, and once was really a fan of Austin, but they seem past the point where it'd be great. It would just be great for 10 mins, then they'd start to get tired and the match would be a real yawner.

END RANT

Anyway, I think we'll see both matches anyway, so I'm just working myself up.
 

Hoffmeister

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Torrie Wilson Vs Dawn Marie Vs Candice Michelle vs Sable vs Sunny vs Trish Stratus vs Christy Hemme vs Miss Jackie in a lingerie pillow fight elimination.

This would not draw or make any booking sense but I (key word I) would love to see this.
 

The Beltster

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wyndorf said:
Triple H vs Brock Lesner. We've never seen it, I think they could work a phenomenal match.
They wrestled against each other in a 3-way including the Rock at Global Warning in 2003. Not 1 on 1 but still...
 

The Beltster

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ife69 said:
I voted for HHH vs. Flair. Think of how truly incredible they could be. They wouldn't need any kind of gimmick. Although, I'd personally make Foley the referee. Wouldn't that be fun.

START RANT:

Who REALLY wants to see Hogan ruin his legacy by keeping on doing "just one more match"?

I'm fed up with watch ing him drag his tired body around the ring. It was great with Hassan, and then it started well, bu then kinda sucked with HBK. He's just making his legacy cheap. He should just retire permanently.
Obviously the vast vast VAST majority of WWE fans want to see Hogan come back time and time again, hence his rediculously loud (as is louder than everybody else) ovations each and every time he appears.

So Hogan is ruining his legacy by "dragging his tired body around the ring", yet your creaming your pants at the thought of Ric Flair, who is older than Hogan, dragging his tired body around the ring?

Wow, if there were ever a contradiction, you just nailed it!

Plus, how is he ruining his legacy? Last time I looked, Hogan was winning, winning and winning, keeping his legacy more than alive but strong aswell, unlike Flair, who jobs to anybody and everybody and who's legacy has never been more tarnished.

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Maybe he could be in a different capacity? I for one like some of his promos and mic work, but he's at his best when he has his "Hollywood" anti-hero thing going for him. Who wouldn't want to see him as commissoner? I wouldn't mind. The same goes for Austin. He should just bow out gracefully, or come back to compete permanently. I'm fed up of seeing these 2 do the same routines.
Hogan as heel will not work in WWE, nobody wants to see that, and nobody wants to see Hogan as a commisioner or manager, it would be terrible, just like it was when Austin was co-GM, it stank.

ife69 said:
I like Hogan, and once was really a fan of Austin, but they seem past the point where it'd be great. It would just be great for 10 mins, then they'd start to get tired and the match would be a real yawner.
Hogan worked for 20 minutes at SummerSlam with HBK who is way more athletic than he (or Austin) is, and Hogan didnt get blown up sucking wind at all. Regardless of his age and what alot of people seemingly believe, Hogan is in fantastic cardiovascular shape and very rarely, if even, gets blown up. Same goes for Austin, they are both way too dedicated to being in shape to allow themselves to go out there is poor shape, unable to work longer than a few minutes, give them some credit at least.
 

Mermaidman

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i picked foley vs flair as its the most faceish match there and i would love to see flair involved in another viagra angle
 
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