• RAW Wrestler Reveals Who Would Be His Dream Tag Team Partner & Opponents For A Final Tag Team Match
During a recent interview with Richmond, RAW wrestler Titus O’Neil talked about how he got into the pro wrestling business, who he would team up with if he had one final match in his career, and who he would like to face in that match.
Below are the highlights:
On how he got into pro wrestling business:
“One of my closest friends is Dave Bautista (Batista) and we’ve had several conversations about wrestling, but it wasn’t something I was looking to make into a career. But he did tell me where they trained at, which was in Tampa. I was driving one day to get a pair of dress shoes and saw the (training center) in the plaza across the street . So I poked my head in the back door to see what it’s all about. Two weeks later, I was signed and learning how to become a WWE superstar.”
On who he would team up with if he had one final match in his career:
“Dave Bautista. We were neighbours for years. He’s one of my closest friends. Long before I got into WWE, we became friends. That’s the beauty of life, you never know why you get to meet certain people.”
On who he would like to face in that match:
“John Cena and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.”
• The Undertaker Presented With A SummerSlam 2018 Storyline That He Has Been Pushing For A While
According to WrestleVotes, The Undertaker has been presented with a storyline and a match for SummerSlam 2018 PPV and it’s something that ‘The Deadman’ himself has been pushing for a while.
Texting With A Source: The Undertaker has been presented w/ a story & match for SummerSlam. Source said him working MSG next month along with Australia in October should be a good sign for SummerSlam. I can add that the idea is something Taker was pushing for at one point. #TWAS
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) June 22, 2018
While WrestleVotes didn’t reveal anything regarding who The Undertaker’s SummerSlam 2018 opponent could be, Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer speculated that WWE could do a WrestleMania 34 rematch between The Undertaker and John Cena.
Alvarez talked about how Cena mentioned during a recent interview that he was caught off guard at WrestleMania 34 and that how his bout with Taker wasn’t a ‘real match’ as Taker showed up out of nowhere.
Even if Cena doesn’t end up being Taker’s opponent at SummerSlam 2018, a WrestleMania 34 rematch between Cena and Taker can’t be ruled out (who knows, they might have a full-fledged match at WrestleMania 35 next year).
Speaking of The Undertaker, he’ll return to in-ring action on July 7th at the MSG Live Event where he’ll be teaming up with “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns and Mr. Money In The Bank Braun Strowman to take on the team of Kevin Owens, Elias and ‘Constable’ Baron Corbin.
This is an interesting situation as Undertaker will be teaming up with a man who defeated him at WrestleMania (and ‘retired’ him at that time) – Roman Reigns.
This will be The Undertaker’s 3rd match this year. He defeated John Cena at WrestleMania 34 and defeated Rusev in a Casket match at the Greatest Royal Rumble.
It should be noted that this won’t be The Undertaker last match of 2018, as he’s scheduled to work WWE ‘Super Show-Down’ Live Event in Australia at MCG on October 6th. The Undertaker’s opponent on that night will be “The Game” Triple H.