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Old 07-18-2021, 10:09 AM   #41
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I've had that discussion of who should have Main Evented against Hogan in WM2 so many times and I'm always a bit torn. They had been building Bundy up gradually post WM1 into WM2, but they waited too long to do an angle between the two. The Big Event in August 1986 with Hogan and Orndorff did so well and I love the heel turn. Orndorff and Piper had a hell of a feud after WM1 as well. I would have done Savage v Hogan over Orndorff v Hogan at WM2, still have Orndorff turn on Hogan in the spring of 86 and kept rolling. I can see changing the main event but I love everything about that era as well and don't know if I would have messed with it
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