D3 - Hulk Hogan & The Undertaker versus Chris Jericho & Eddie Guerrero

Discussion in 'WrestleZone International Cup' started by Dave, Aug 5, 2017.

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Who Wins?

  1. Team U.S.A

  2. Team R.O.T.W

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  1. Dave

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    The penultimate day of the WrestleZone International Cup is upon and so comes Tag Team Turmoil. 9 tag team matches await us on day 3 of this intriguing competition, with the Rest of the World Team lagging behind by 4 points. Can the team from the U.S.A put the screws to their opposition and claim an unassailable lead? Or can the team from the rest of the world claw back some point and make the final day all the more interesting.

    Matches were determined through a random number generator. Boards are open for 1 day for discussion and then polling will begin in 24 hours. Polling lasts for 72 hours afterwards. The winning team gets the point. In the event of a draw, teams will half a point each.
     
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    For me, this is as cut and dry as you like.

    The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan are two names that have transcended the world of wrestling and have forged legacies in the ring that very few people will ever reach. Hulk Hogan is a bloody megastar in every shape and form. And The Undertaker's streak was something that was amazing to watch and will never be done again. For those reasons and so much more, they beat Chris Jericho and Latino Heat with absolute ease.
     
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  3. Fire Marshall Bill

    Fire Marshall Bill Let me show ya somethin!!!

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    I refuse to believe that Hogan and Taker lose here. Yes, Taker's record outside of WM is spotty, but he's always a force to be reckoned with. Hogan needs no explanation why he's hard to beat.

    While both Eddie and Jericho have been known to try anything to win a match, that's exactly what the likes of Hogan have been dealing with their entire careers. Jericho has also never had a problem laying down for an opponent.

    Team USA here.
     
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  4. klunderbunker

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    Can we make this a handicap match to make it more interesting? Eddie and Jericho were never, ever, the top stars in any company. Jericho main evented Wrestlemania while defending the World Title and was the third most important person in the match. Eddie's title reign was a feel good moment but not the most memorable thing in the world.

    Then you have Hogan and Undertaker.....and I think that's all the argument I need to make.

    USA in the landslide of the round.
     
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