The Undertaker Names WWE Legend He Wanted To Face At WrestleMania

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The Undertaker has a massive WWE name in mind when it comes to guys that he wishes he got to wrestle at WrestleMania.

During his legendary WWE Hall of Fame career, The Undertaker was known for a lot of things whether it was winning championships, having a 30-year run on top, being one of the most popular wrestlers ever, and of course there was the WrestleMania winning streak that became known as “The Streak.”

At WrestleMania 30 in 2014, The Undertaker went into that match with Brock Lesnar with a 21-0 record at WrestleMania. After Lesnar beat Undertaker thanks to multiple F5’s, Lesnar became “the one in 21-1” (thanks Paul Heyman) and the man who ended the streak.

Many people felt like Lesnar didn’t need to end The Streak since he was already a main event performer, which is also something The Undertaker has said in the past.

When it comes to top WWE stars who could have ended The Streak, Taker did an exclusive Q&A Session for Patreon members of his Six Feet Under with Mark Calaway show and he mentioned WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

“It’d have to be Stone Cold. That’s really one of the only guys I didn’t get to work with at Mania. That would have been huge. The Streak may have gotten broken earlier, but still, it would have been nice to work with Steve at Mania.”

How Would WWE Fans React To Steve Austin Ending The Undertaker’s Streak?

While Undertaker and Austin didn’t have a WrestleMania match together as noted by Taker, they did wrestle many times and also exchanged the WWE Title in 1999. Their most famous match may have been the main event of SummerSlam 1998 in New York City when Austin beat Undertaker clean to retain the WWE Title. It would lead to a slow heel turn for Taker.

The Undertaker continued talking about Austin possibly beating him at WrestleMania and was asked what the fan reaction might have been like.

“Steve was over at a level. That was just a whole ‘nother level that he was over at. It would probably be, just like anything else, half the people would love it, half the people would hate it. That’s how it is. Everybody has an opinion but that’s the guy that I would have liked to work with at Mania that I never got a chance to.”

At WrestleMania 40, Taker had another memorable WrestleMania moment when he Chokeslammed The Rock, which led to Cody Rhodes beating Roman Reigns to become the WWE Champion. The Undertaker spoke about what it felt like to be part of that while praising Reigns’ 1,316-day reign as champion.

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