History ThatOneBoss / WWE

23rd Apr '16 7:34:02 AM Icarael
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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, Wrestling/JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 {{Finishing Move}}s off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}'', in which you must first fight Wrestling/{{Edge}}, and then battle Wrestling/{{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.

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* In WWE ''WWE: Day of Reckoning 2, 2'', Wrestling/JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode.Mode, as he seems to be operating at full "Super Cena" power. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 {{Finishing Move}}s off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds rest holds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}'', in which you must first fight Wrestling/{{Edge}}, and then battle Wrestling/{{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.



* Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' has your character defend a title belt against Wrestling/{{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.
* And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play AI by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also if you take too long Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top forcing a brief [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Event]] to beat Kennedy else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
* In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (Wrestling/TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the [=SvR2011=] strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.

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* Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown ''Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' 2007'' has your character defend a title belt against Wrestling/{{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.
* And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY [[Wrestling/KenAnderson Mister.... Kennedy]] '''[[MemeticMutation (KENNEDY!)]]''' at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY Mr. Kennedy adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play AI by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also escape. And if you take too long long, Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top top, forcing a brief [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Event]] to beat Kennedy or else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
* In Smackdown ''Smackdown vs Raw 2011, 2011'', the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania Wrestling/WrestleMania (Wrestling/TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the [=SvR2011=] strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.



** WWE 2K14 tops this with "Defeat the Streak" mode and Modern Undertaker. Yes, Retro Undertaker (aka 'Taker at the time of his debut) is tough, but he can be beaten if you persevere and manage to counter out of his chokeslams (which he uses to counter your pins if he's taken enough damage). Modern 'Taker? Counters pin attempts into the Hell's Gate submission hold, which---if done enough times, can get you to red-level head damage in record time. If he counters into Hell's Gate when you already have red-level head damage? Just put down the controller---you're NOT getting out of it unless you have the Resiliency ability (which you'll probably have already used to break out of a pin).
** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher. Although, 'Taker did try this before as an inerference animation.
* Also in Smackdown vs Raw 2011, there are two backstage brawls that are hard to beat- the one on two brawl with Wrestling/DavidHartSmith and Wrestling/TysonKidd during Christian's RTWM and the backstage brawl with Wrestling/PaulBearer during the Vs Undertaker RTWM where, for a completly unexplained reason, you have to win in 90 seconds.

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** WWE 2K14 ''WWE 2K14'' tops this with "Defeat the Streak" mode and Modern Undertaker. Yes, Retro Undertaker (aka 'Taker at the time of his debut) is tough, but he can be beaten if you persevere and manage to counter out of his chokeslams (which he uses to counter your pins if he's taken enough damage). Modern 'Taker? Counters pin attempts into the Hell's Gate submission hold, which---if done enough times, can get you to red-level head damage in record time. If he counters into Hell's Gate when you already have red-level head damage? Just put down the controller---you're NOT getting out of it unless you have the Resiliency ability (which you'll probably have already used to break out of a pin).
** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the
pin). The worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) weapons), hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit hits his finisher. Although, finisher.'Taker did try also uses this before as an inerference interference animation.
* Also in Smackdown ''Smackdown vs Raw 2011, 2011'', there are two backstage brawls that are hard to beat- the one on two brawl with Wrestling/DavidHartSmith and Wrestling/TysonKidd during Christian's RTWM and the backstage brawl with Wrestling/PaulBearer during the Vs Undertaker RTWM where, for a completly unexplained reason, you have to win in 90 seconds.
14th Nov '15 10:40:27 AM AjWargo
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** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher. Although, Taker did try this before as an inerference animation.

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** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher. Although, Taker 'Taker did try this before as an inerference animation.animation.
* Also in Smackdown vs Raw 2011, there are two backstage brawls that are hard to beat- the one on two brawl with Wrestling/DavidHartSmith and Wrestling/TysonKidd during Christian's RTWM and the backstage brawl with Wrestling/PaulBearer during the Vs Undertaker RTWM where, for a completly unexplained reason, you have to win in 90 seconds.
28th Aug '15 7:41:47 AM AjWargo
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** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher.

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** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher. Although, Taker did try this before as an inerference animation.
2nd Aug '14 11:01:19 PM tsstevens
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** WWE 2K14 tops this with "Defeat the Streak" mode and Modern Undertaker. Yes, Retro Undertaker (aka 'Taker at the time of his debut) is tough, but he can be beaten if you persevere and manage to counter out of his chokeslams (which he uses to counter your pins if he's taken enough damage). Modern 'Taker? Counters pin attempts into the Hell's Gate submission hold, which---if done enough times, can get you to red-level head damage in record time. If he counters into Hell's Gate when you already have red-level head damage? Just put down the controller---you're NOT getting out of it unless you have the Resiliency ability (which you'll probably have already used to break out of a pin).

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** WWE 2K14 tops this with "Defeat the Streak" mode and Modern Undertaker. Yes, Retro Undertaker (aka 'Taker at the time of his debut) is tough, but he can be beaten if you persevere and manage to counter out of his chokeslams (which he uses to counter your pins if he's taken enough damage). Modern 'Taker? Counters pin attempts into the Hell's Gate submission hold, which---if done enough times, can get you to red-level head damage in record time. If he counters into Hell's Gate when you already have red-level head damage? Just put down the controller---you're NOT getting out of it unless you have the Resiliency ability (which you'll probably have already used to break out of a pin).pin).
** Reasonable, as at the game's release he had not been defeated, but the worst part is he has a super move: in a good match (as in one where you don't just brawl with weapons) hit a finisher and a cut scene will play where the lights go out, he ''teleports behind you'' and hit his finisher.
16th Nov '13 2:34:12 PM mortimermcmire
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** Strategy Guide: "No matter what difficulty you play it on, this is a tough match. ... If you cannot reverse at least 40% of The Undertaker's attacks, this match is virtually impossible to win".

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** Strategy Guide: "No matter what difficulty you play it on, this is a tough match. ... If you cannot reverse at least 40% of The Undertaker's attacks, this match is virtually impossible to win".win".
** WWE 2K14 tops this with "Defeat the Streak" mode and Modern Undertaker. Yes, Retro Undertaker (aka 'Taker at the time of his debut) is tough, but he can be beaten if you persevere and manage to counter out of his chokeslams (which he uses to counter your pins if he's taken enough damage). Modern 'Taker? Counters pin attempts into the Hell's Gate submission hold, which---if done enough times, can get you to red-level head damage in record time. If he counters into Hell's Gate when you already have red-level head damage? Just put down the controller---you're NOT getting out of it unless you have the Resiliency ability (which you'll probably have already used to break out of a pin).
9th Jul '13 10:31:23 PM JIKTV
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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
** By some accounts, the Summerslam Steel Cage fatal four way with {{Christian}}, Wrestling/{{Kane}}, and ShawnMichaels is far, far worse. All of the problems of the Cena match, with the added bonus of having to deal with three men at once instead of just one. Pure, unfiltered hell.
* Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' has your character defend a title belt against {{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.

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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena Wrestling/JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] {{Finishing Move}}s off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}}'', in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, Wrestling/{{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple Wrestling/{{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
** By some accounts, the Summerslam ''Wrestling/{{SummerSlam}}'' Steel Cage fatal four way with {{Christian}}, Wrestling/{{Christian}}, Wrestling/{{Kane}}, and ShawnMichaels Wrestling/ShawnMichaels is far, far worse. All of the problems of the Cena match, with the added bonus of having to deal with three men at once instead of just one. Pure, unfiltered hell.
* Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' has your character defend a title belt against {{Batista}}...Wrestling/{{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.



* In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.

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* In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker (Wrestling/TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 [=SvR2011=] strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.
9th May '13 8:47:08 PM HeartBurnKid
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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery what

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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatwhatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
9th May '13 8:45:33 PM HeartBurnKid
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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
** The worst part of the Cena fight? He will not put you out of your misery.. The last time this troper played through the game, they let their stamina run out... and spent the next 15 minutes helplessly watching Cena hit F-U after F-U after Five Knuckle Shuffle after F-U, until the time limit expired and the match is declared a draw (which counts as a loss, and thus GameOver). Cuck Fena, indeed.
** No, no. JohnCena is bad, but the Summerslam Steel Cage fatal four way with {{Christian}}, Wrestling/{{Kane}}, and ShawnMichaels is far, far worse. All of the problems of the Cena match, with the added bonus of having to deal with three men at once instead of just one. Pure, unfiltered hell.
** Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' has your character defend a title belt against {{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.
** And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play AI by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also if you take too long Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top forcing a brief [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Event]] to beat Kennedy else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
** In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.
*** Strategy Guide: "No matter what difficulty you play it on, this is a tough match. ... If you cannot reverse at least 40% of The Undertaker's attacks, this match is virtually impossible to win".

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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
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** The worst part of the Cena fight? He will not put you out of your misery.. The last time this troper played through the game, they let their stamina run out... and spent the next 15 minutes helplessly watching Cena hit F-U after F-U after Five Knuckle Shuffle after F-U, until the time limit expired and the match is declared a draw (which counts as a loss, and thus GameOver). Cuck Fena, indeed.
** No, no. JohnCena is bad, but
By some accounts, the Summerslam Steel Cage fatal four way with {{Christian}}, Wrestling/{{Kane}}, and ShawnMichaels is far, far worse. All of the problems of the Cena match, with the added bonus of having to deal with three men at once instead of just one. Pure, unfiltered hell.
** * Less ridiculous but still noteworthy, one particular storyline in 'Smackdown Vs. Raw 2007' has your character defend a title belt against {{Batista}}... after getting your head bashed in with a pipe right before the match, translating to red-level head damage in game mechanics, and preventing you from even walking around the ring at normal speed from the get-go.
** * And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play AI by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also if you take too long Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top forcing a brief [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Event]] to beat Kennedy else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
** * In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.
*** ** Strategy Guide: "No matter what difficulty you play it on, this is a tough match. ... If you cannot reverse at least 40% of The Undertaker's attacks, this match is virtually impossible to win".
9th May '13 8:42:09 PM HeartBurnKid
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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.

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* In WWE Day of Reckoning 2, JohnCena is pure evil when you fight him in the Story Mode. He will counter about 50% of your attacks, he never runs out of stamina, he can gain a full super bar off of 3 moves, and he can manage to get in 4 [[FinishingMove Finishing Moves]] off of one super charge. And this is a steel cage match, so if he manages to get the upper hand and he will there is no way to put any distance between you and him to regroup. Your only shot: throw everything you have at him and hope he doesn't counter, abuse restholds to recover your stamina, and once you've finally got him down, just pray that you have enough stamina left over to climb out of the cage. The final battle at Wrestlemania, in which you must first fight {{Edge}}, and then battle {{Triple H}} in a Last Man Standing match with no health recovery whatsoever in between, is actually easy by comparison.
14th Mar '13 6:36:03 AM Snipertoaster
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** The worst part of the Cena fight? He will not put you out of your misery.. The last time he played through the game, Let stamina run out... and spend the next 15 minutes helplessly watching Cena hit F-U after F-U after Five Knuckle Shuffle after F-U, until the time limit expired and the match is declared a draw (which counts as a loss, and thus GameOver). Cuck Fena, indeed.

to:

** The worst part of the Cena fight? He will not put you out of your misery.. The last time he this troper played through the game, Let they let their stamina run out... and spend spent the next 15 minutes helplessly watching Cena hit F-U after F-U after Five Knuckle Shuffle after F-U, until the time limit expired and the match is declared a draw (which counts as a loss, and thus GameOver). Cuck Fena, indeed.



** And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play A Iness by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also if you take too long Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top forcing a quick {{QTE}} sequence to beat Kennedy else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
** In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of Road to WrestleMania.

to:

** And approaching PerfectPlayAI territory from 2010 is MISTER....KENNEDY at the end of Edge's storyline. Steel cage matches in this game are hard enough when the opponents don't stay down for long but KENNEDY adds to this by the aforementioned Perfect Play A Iness AI by countering damn near every move you throw at him making it impossible to build up momentum for a finisher that is your only chance at keeping him down long enough to escape... also if you take too long Maria comes down and opens the cage door when you try to go over the top forcing a quick {{QTE}} sequence brief [[PressXToNotDie Quick-Time Event]] to beat Kennedy else he wins and tops it all off with the reveal that Maria was on your side all along.
** In Smackdown vs Raw 2011, the final boss of the Vs Undertaker Road to WrestleMania (TheUndertaker) (TheUndertaker himself) is extremely hard. In fact, the SvR2011 strategy guide says that he's the hardest opponent in all of the Road to WrestleMania.
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