Asuka passes Goldberg's undefeated streak record; 174-0 now.

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  1. ShinChan

    ShinChan Gone. For. Good.

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    Well, Tye Dillinger is the guy in my signature. :p I don't know Dough Dillinger though.

    I can understand why you find that Wrestlemania bad. It was mostly bad to mediocre except the women's match. And that's why I say that women's wrestling is a lot better now. You have atleast 5-6 women who can wrestle good on the main roster itself. Not to forget that NXT has 4-5 good women wrestlers as well. If you still don't care about women wrestling then I'll like to refer both Sasha Banks Vs. Bayley matches in NXT. You said that you liked Bayley somewhat but you'll like her more in NXT. Her stint has been botched on the main roster so she isn't as interesting now. Not her fault though.
     
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  3. ShinChan

    ShinChan Gone. For. Good.

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    Yeah, I'm weak in mathematics. But I didn't count Asuka's wins on my own. The site you referred states "170" wins. Another site I saw states "163" wins. A couple of sites have already said that the streak has been passed. Asuka herself has tweeted referring a site which stated that "Asuka passes Goldberg's undefeated streak." So it's not about my "off" mathematics.

    Also, the legitimate number is "155" which is already passed.
     
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  4. MINISTRYrising

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    No matter what the number is, I think we can all agree that she has had a great run as champion and has established herself as one biggest stars in NXT, But I think now is the right time for her to drop the title and move up to the main Roster. She has beaten everyone there is Beat in NXT and needs to move on to allow others to Shine. Also NXT currently has one of the strongest Women's divisions it has had since the Four Horse women left for the main roster. Nikki Cross and Ruby Riot are both incredible Wrestlers and would both be great choices as the next NXT women's champion and with the likes of Ember Moon, Peyton Royce and Billy Kay all impressing, it's safe to say the division is in safe hands and no longer needs Asuka to carry it single handedly like she has done for so long.
     
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