The Undertaker Names Who He Wanted To Break WrestleMania Streak

The Undertaker cutting a promo

The Undertaker thinks that there was somebody in WWE other than Brock Lesnar who should have been the one to end his WrestleMania winning streak.

It was at WrestleMania 30 in 2014 when The Undertaker walked into New Orleans with a 21-0 record at WrestleMania. At that point, The Undertaker’s win-loss record had become such a major talking point that some people thought it was bigger than even the WWE Championship in terms of being the most important match on any WrestleMania card.

During that WrestleMania 30 match with Brock Lesnar, The Undertaker suffered a concussion during the match and has said that he had forgotten parts of the match in the past.

After a competitive battle between two all-time greats, Lesnar hit Undertaker with another F5 and made the cover for the shocking victory that led to Undertaker having a 21-1 record. Fans who watched it will never forget it while Lesnar’s advocate Paul Heyman had a shocked face and fans in attendance were legitimately stunned.

While speaking on his Six Feet Under podcast, The Undertaker said that Lesnar didn’t really need that win while suggesting that Bray Wyatt should have been the guy who beat him.

“I don’t think Brock needed it. Brock was already, in my opinion, an established star, a megastar. Roman ended up being another megastar, but it would have been good for for Roman to do it at the end of my career if you’re going to pass it on, but Bray, you know, if the storyline would have been done right, that would have been ideally, I mean, there’s so much you could have done there.”

“I mean, not only are you passing the torch, you’re passing the spirits. There would have been so many levels to that. Obviously, things happened different than what they did with him, but I mean, he would have been able to pull that crap out for years and years and years. There would have been so many, like I said, so many layers and I think that would have been the ideal person to do that with.”

The Undertaker Makes His Presence Felt In WrestleMania 40 Main Event

During the main event of WrestleMania 40 Sunday, Cody Rhodes finished his story by beating Roman Reigns to become the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion (or just WWE Champion) for the first time. The match was Bloodline Rules, which led to interference from Jimmy Uso, Solo Sikoa and The Rock, but those three men were stopped by Jey Uso, John Cena, Seth Rollins and The Undertaker as well. The Undertaker dropped Rock with a Chokeslam. This would set up Cody to hit his Cross Rhodes finishing move multiple times for the pinfall win.

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