Booker T Would Like To See The Undertaker Face John Cena For One ‘Last Ride’
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It’s probably very fair to say that Booker T isn’t the only person who would be down for one last battle between John Cena and The Undertaker.
The two-time WWE Hall Of Famer spoke with co-host Brad Gilmore on The Hall Of Fame about the potential of The Deadman having one last match instead of retiring. Gilmore noted that Booker recently played golf with Taker and inquired if the two had any discussion about The American Badass bringing it on back for one more bout.
“Look man, we played 18 holes, alright? If you can play 18 holes, you can do a match, you know what I mean? That’s the way I see that,” Booker said on his Hell In A Cell preview. “I said how hard it is to actually walk away from the business because once you cross that bridge and say, ‘Man, I’m never doing it again,’ you ain’t coming back. Let’s put it like this, we know when you get to the point to where you can’t do it anymore, that bridge is closed, alright? Ain’t no crossing back over. You can say, ‘Man, I’m done,’ but if you know you cans still do it, you know you can still run one ‘last ride?’ You gonna say, ‘Man, let’s do it.'”
Booker notes that John Cena is another top star who sure doesn’t have much time left on the canvas and makes clear that he’d love to see the two legends lock it up before they call it quits all together.
“There’s another guy who’s wrapping it up, you know? The curtain call for a guy like John Cena as well as The Undertaker and who better than to do it with than two of WWE’s greatest of Shakespearians in John Cena and The Undertaker? And me personally, I’d love to see it.”
(Transcription credit should go to @DominicDeAngelo of WrestleZone)