Undertaker had a couple of matches last year. Super Showdown's match between him and Goldberg was real bad. Goldberg fucked up and almost broke his neck. He may end up having a couple more matches this year. Honestly in my opinion Undertaker should have stayed in retirement. He deserves some rest and relaxation after so many years in the business. When I started watching again in 2017 and hearing John Cenea get boo'd so badly every single time he'd come out was surreal to me as I always assumed he was hugely popular which I guess he still was and always will be. I really really liked him during Thuganomics. His entrance theme from that era is already playing in my head thinking about it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCZJnLpqbZw
Portland Wrestling, I'm not familiar with that. Was it a local promotion for the area? I'm not from that region so it definitely wouldn't have been on my radar.
My all time favorite is Stone Cold Steve Austin regardless of how overrated he may be. He's genuinely enjoyable to watch/listen to all around. I've even kept up with his podcasts over the years. Sucks what happened to him against Owen Hart at Summerslam '97. He could have easily kept going all the way until the late 2000s/early 2010s. Sting was my favorite in WCW. My other favorites were Bret Hart, Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Edge, Jeff Hardy, Chris Benoit, The Rock, and Undertaker as well. I even enjoyed a lot of the other various mid-carders throughout the '90s on both WCW and WWF. I loved the creative ideas of various wrestlers. I think that's why I actually somewhat like the whole idea surrounding The Fiend that's on there now days. Also Edge came back and has signed a three year contract. My favorites now days would have to be Kairi and Asuka (Kabuki Warriors), AJ Styles, Ricochet, and Alexa Bliss. I'm also interested in seeing what they're going to do with Drew McIntyre and Aleister Black.