Brock Lesnar Stuns WWE Wrestlemania Crowd By Beating The Undertaker’s Streak [Video]
The Undertaker has been a dominating figure in the WWE since his debut at the Survivor Series in 1990.
Since then he had gone on to build a legacy and streak that may never be broken again.
For 21 straight Wrestlemania’s The Undertaker has beaten some of wrestling’s biggest stars.
HHH (twice), “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels (twice in legendary matches), Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Diesel, Kane, and the list goes on. But it was Brock Lesnar who once left the company to become a UFC champion that was given the opportunity to beat the “Dead Man,” with his signature move the F-5.
Shortly after the match the arena stood quiet, commentators didn’t speak, the crowd didn’t boo, just stood there in total shock.
This further opens up rumors of a final retirement match for 49-year-old Undertaker against a man whom he had never faced. Sting, who’s new favorite number has suddenly become 31 (possibly in terms to Wrestlemania XXXI, next year’s event.)
He never went to the WWE once the company bought the longtime WCW wrestler out, then helped built a brand in TNA before reportedly signing with the company over the weekend. The two may start off a feud as early as tonight on Monday Night Raw.
According to ProWrestling.net, The Undertaker make have also been injured in the match with a concussion, and was taken away by an ambulance after the match.
Take a look at the ending of the steak below.