The Undertaker Reveals Who He Thinks Should Have Ended The Streak

The Undertaker Reveals Who He Thinks Should Have Ended The Streak

There have been many significant streaks in pro wrestling history, yet to many, the biggest of them all was The Undertaker’s 21-match WrestleMania winning run. In fact, his undefeated streak became such a big part of WrestleMania that it arguably made The Undertaker’s matches on the show the most anticipated. Still, it would come to an end in 2014 at WrestleMania 30, when Brock Lesnar pinned The Undertaker following three F-5s. And now, while speaking on his Six Feet Under podcast, The Undertaker has revealed that he would have rather seen Bray Wyatt be the man to end it, as it would have meant more to his career.

“I think the most logical person to break it would have been Bray Wyatt. I think probably of the three (Lesnar, Reigns, and Wyatt), it would have meant more to his career than even Roman’s. For Roman, it would have been very special, but for Bray, when there were so many comparisons between the two characters and the darkness and the different things, for him to be able to have broke it would have been such a feather in his cap and something that could have extended the character of The Undertaker in a different capacity.”

The Undertaker

The Undertaker would go on to wrestle Wyatt at WrestleMania 31; however, without The Streak being on the line, the match didn’t have the same aura that would have been there in the past. Therefore, it is often overlooked by fans talking about The Undertaker’s biggest WrestleMania matches, which is unfortunate considering many felt Wyatt had the potential to be a modern-day version of the Hall of Famer.

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