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The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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    Wrestlemania 30 Results

    Records are made to be broken.

    Heroes fall. Legends fade. History is rewritten.

    We’ve learned to accept these truths about many things in this world, but not The Undertaker’s Streak. It was WWE’s one constant — a decades-long unbeaten WrestleMania run that had never been done before, and will never be done again. Every year, The Deadman would face down a worthy adversary — be it Triple H, Shawn Michaels, his brother Kane — and every year he would add another number to his win column until it stood at a towering 21-0.

    The Undertaker’s match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania was meant to make it 22-0. The Phenom would conquer The Beast — although he’d suffer a tremendous beating in the process— and he’d return at WrestleMania 31 to do it all over again.

    However, stories don’t always end the way we want them to. And numbers never lie.

    On April 6, 2014, Brock Lesnar did the very thing his T-shirt promised he would do: He beat The Streak.

    It took countless punishing blows, multiple wrenching submissions and three F5’s, but Paul Heyman’s manmade monster became the first competitor to pin The Undertaker on The Grandest Stage Them All, and mark a 1 in The Deadman’s loss column.

    There’s a story about the night Bruno Sammartino lost the WWE Title to Ivan Koloff in Madison Square Garden to end his 11-year reign as champion. The crowd was so quiet you could hear the whoosh of the cars passing on the street outside. A new generation of WWE fans will talk about the night The Undertaker lost with the same reverence. The sound of 75,167 rowdy people going silent all at once? It’s indescribable.

    To see The Streak end was the single most shocking moment in the grand history of WWE. No one imagined it could happen. Even The Undertaker himself had made his victory all but guaranteed by preparing a specially made casket for Lesnar, which sat at the top of the entrance ramp next to a long row of coffins — one for each of The Deadman’s WrestleMania victims.

    If Brock was intimidated by this psychological freak-out, he didn’t show it. As an athlete who fist fought the world’s most dangerous men inside cages for a living, Lesnar doesn’t scare easily, and he went at The Undertaker from the opening bell with an unbridled rage that has become his trademark

    The Deadman’s choice to immediately stand and bang with the former UFC Champion proved to be a mistake as Lesnar battered him with fists and elbows before launching him out of the ring. The Phenom couldn’t outfight The Beast Incarnate — the amount of men who could would fit comfortably inside a midsized sedan — but he had a chance to outmaneuver him.

    Employing his underrated technical abilities, The Phenom dissected The Beast by focusing on the vulnerable joints and tendons in his elbows and shoulders. Old favorites worked just as well — chokeslams, the guillotine legdrop on the ring apron and Snake Eyes all rattled Brock. But Lesnar has always been the type of Superstar you’d have to hit with a Buick if you wanted to beat him on sheer force alone.

    Lesnar’s fighter’s mind quickly adapted to The Deadman’s gameplan as he began to target The Undertaker’s knees, which had been weakened by decades of Tombstones. Brock took pleasure in picking The Deadman apart, even running up behind The Phenom and kicking him in the back of the knee with all the recklessness of a kid trying to boot a football.

    Yet Brock’s arrogance would often get the better of him and he spent too much time taunting The Undertaker in a way a schoolyard bully like Lesnar just can’t resist. The crowd saw The Deadman’s chance to recuperate in those brief moments of gloating in-between Brock’s debilitating strikes, and The Phenom nearly did it.

    When he kicked out of a pin attempt after getting blasted with an F5 and locked in Hell’s Gate, The Phenom seemed to be in control. But Brock countered the submission (and a second) by picking the icon up and slamming him back down. An attempt at Old School — always one of The Deadman’s riskiest maneuvers — was countered into a second F5, but again The Undertaker found his way back to the surface before the count of three.

    In the thick of the match, each competitor was overwhelmed by the feeling of “What do I have to do to beat this guy?” Paul Heyman’s cry of “You’re Brock Lesnar!” seemed to inspire The Beast Incarnate to bash his opponent further, but Undertaker managed to counter his physical flurry with a Last Ride. When he followed up with a Tombstone, Lesnar kicked out at two. Even Heyman seemed shocked by that.

    And then the final seconds of The Undertaker’s Streak played out like the slow-motion footage of a car accident that could have been avoided had the driver only known what lay ahead. The Deadman went for the Tombstone again, Brock reversed, powered the unearthly icon onto his shoulders and hit a third F5.

    He went for the cover. The official counted one, two and The Undertaker kicked out. Didn’t he? He had to have. He always does. Every time.

    But he didn’t. Not this time.

    Seconds of mass confusion inside the Mercedes Benz Superdome felt like minutes. A bell rang. A graphic flashed on the massive screens reading “21-1.” Heyman’s jaw dropped. WWE cameras panned across fans who wore expressions of horror on their faces like the rubber masks in a Halloween store.

    They said no man could break The Undertaker’s vaunted WrestleMania Streak, but what about a Beast?

    Lesnar was the Superstar who did what everyone from Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka to Randy Orton couldn’t do, but his victory celebration didn’t last long. Soon, Brock and Heyman were gone and The Undertaker was alone in the ring in front of 75,167 WWE fans whose shared sense of shock was quickly giving way to adoration. People stood on their feet and cheered the single most enduring Superstar in WWE history.

    He rose, too, but he barely acknowledged the scene. His mind was elsewhere. On broken Streaks. On a friend who once stood at ringside. On a career in the ring that may have just ended.

    It took a long time for The Undertaker to make that long walk up the ramp as every step literally took him further away from a WWE Universe that thought he’d always been there.

    And then he was gone.

    A Streak had been broken, yes, but the legend lived on.

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    • mike b on April 12th, 2014 says:

      I meant ass back

    • mike b on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Idk who this Brock guy is.your right on few things except for one thing why we follow taker. He’s love and devotion to us and the wwe. Brock lesnar just paid big pass bully like a dog on a chain. Brock doesn’t give a fuck about wwe unlike taker..yes Brock and taker are friends but they don’t see I to I. But they putt there different aside and did the match.

    • ST on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Brock you said he called you a troll back then, but holding a grudge and messing with other people here proved his point. I could have MAYBE understood if you just tried to get back at him, you wouldnt look quite as stupid. But everthing hesaid came true by being an asshole

    • mike b on April 12th, 2014 says:

      It is written in undertaker contract when he decides with Vince to end the streak. Since taker is barley in any condition to wreslte. Taker and Vince decided end it. Since the story s with Batista hbk and triple h is done. Leaves Brock only big guy who not worthy but believe able guy take on taker. And that was that.

    • Carlo on April 12th, 2014 says:

      @ Roy, but I am being realistic also, what more do you want from the Undertaker? He has given so many great matches. YOU are the selfish one saying you think he can do one more match. For the blessing of the sky, give the one more match thing a rest ! I am not meaning to sound preachy, but seriously. Leave the guy alone. Whats done is done!

    • bob on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Man I’ve sat and read all this arguing and to a degree everyone has a point.. I for one was never a fan of taker vs sting beyond this yr and also thought taker should retire unbeaten at mania. However taker is old school and if this indeed was his last match than he wanted to do what mostly every wrestler does go out humbely and not worry about the streak and the One more match stuff. Maybe he comes back as a stronger vengful undertaker cause he lost at mania and does a fued with lesner again and retires at survivor series but let’s not forget taker made the streak the streak didn’t make taker he may be 21 and 1 but he’ll always be 21 and 0 and historically I don’t think that will ever be touched. Long live the dead man

    • K.D.K on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Brock Lesnar fucker !!!!
      Legend Undertaker!!!!!

      Brock Lesnar fucker !!!!
      Legend Undertaker!!!!!

      Brock Lesnar fucker !!!!
      Legend Undertaker!!!!!

    • Taker54 on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Is their going to be more news from Taker? been stuck on ‘Wrestlemania 30 Results’ for awhile now….

    • ST on April 12th, 2014 says:

      Brock even if they did youre just playing into what they said

    • ST on April 13th, 2014 says:

      You insulted so many other people not just him brock, plus you could have gotten your “revenge” in some other manner that was logical and not just spewing incoherence at everyone. Besides, holding a grudge for so long just makes you look as bad or worse than the other person, if you got banned for a wrong reason and if the other person doesnt see that then its their problem and they look like the clown, you know the truth amd thats all there is to it. If one is too dumb to see that you did something that wasnt bad then you automatically look better than them. Intelligent people will realize the truth

    • badr on April 13th, 2014 says:

      the dead man will rise again

    • Rob on April 13th, 2014 says:

      I still can’t bellive it happened I know Mark wanted it to end some time but not like this. On bleacher report there is an article on how Vince wanted this to happen and how he talked Mark into losing, the moment I saw this I lost it even more because, Vince kind of forced Taker to do this because he knew Taker would never object due to his loyalty to Vince. I like many want to know what Mark orginally wanted before being talked into losing. Trust me when I say I absolutly hate Vince more now then I ever did and that I hope the absolute worse happens to his company

    • Maziar on April 13th, 2014 says:

      @Rob
      Yes you’re right. It was Vince who thought Taker should lose at WM. Worst decision he has ever made

    • KC on April 13th, 2014 says:

      People say he’s done,but when has a wrestler ever really been done or retired?Besides,I dont think taker would let it end like this.

    • tony perry on April 14th, 2014 says:

      I cant belive all the disrespectfull bullshit being said on this website, after all the pain Undertaker has indured. he has given so much to the wwe fans down the years.i read once in powerslam,a uk wrestling mag that every time taker wrestles his body is screaming in agony. freedom of speech though a lot of americans and british have died for it..

    • Fish on April 14th, 2014 says:

      Where the hell did all the reporters go? Did they get a heart attack after they found out that Taker’s streak ended?

    • etienne on April 14th, 2014 says:

      I think people need to lay off, anan….if he’s like me he’s a die hard taker fan…it took me awhile to actually get on here and say something after takers loss…so I mean if Anan wants to stay off the comments and not listen to some jackasses BS, then he has every right to have his time… Jesus people act like they’re owed a special trophy cuz they guessed the outcome of a match…just drop it. Nobody wants to hear your shit.

    • BillyofMaryland on April 14th, 2014 says:

      @Anan, don’t let the trolls get you down. Your often the voice of reason around here :).

    • etienne on April 14th, 2014 says:

      @John: well Anan may go a little to far with debates on here and may get a little to riled up about what people say…but like Billy just said he is the voice of reasoning around here a lot and I see him call people on BS a lot… Sure these guys can rub it in his face all they want but all it really dies is make these guys sound full retard and immature…and for the rest of us who come to talk like adults about the match, well weed prefer not to hear the fucking Drama….i ain’t trying to offend anyone..but that’s just me.

    • Corey on April 14th, 2014 says:

      Ever one has there own opinions much as i didn’t want the streak end it was time I have to agree with Brock I’m a taker fan and I support him either way it’s more sad that his career is ending not the streak. I don’t think Anan should have bullied Brock Imo.

    • Fish on April 14th, 2014 says:

      I agree with you about Anan being a fanboy. Whenever someone says something negative about Undertaker or the Streak, he just flips off at you and calls you names. He only respects your opinion if you say something positive about Taker. But if you mention about the streak ending, he will go all nerdy on you and tell you that you’re wrong. What a jerk. He probably considers Undertaker to be some sort of God, but we all know that Undertaker is just a wrestler. I was a bit shocked when I saw the streak get ended, but I got over it. Anan is still probably recovering from his heart attack, which is why he’s not posting on here anymore lol.

    • Fish on April 15th, 2014 says:

      Couldn’t have said it any better. He’s too butthurt about the streak ending. He always said that Brock was undeserving to end the streak because he doesn’t give a shit about the business. I do agree that Brock was not deserving enough to end the streak, but oh well… it happened. Doesn’t mean he can just hide in a little hole and ponder about the past. Whatever happened, has happened. Also, it was very disrespectful of him to actually change around the wordings of other people’s posts. This website is a place where people can give their opinions and have a fun discussion. But I feel that Anan just ruins everything with his ignorance. I want to see how long he will hide for.

    • Fish on April 15th, 2014 says:

      @deadman stalkin

      Is it really that big of a deal? Calm down. Stop writing huge paragraphs that nobody cares about. Like that other guy said, you just ramble on about nothing.

    • Fish on April 15th, 2014 says:

      I saw that match. Warrior was one hell of a competitor. It was sad to see him on RAW last week looking all worn out and out of breath. This was the same guy who used to run to the ring every time during his entrance. To see him look so exhausted on RAW was sad. R.I.P

    • Thy Serpent on April 15th, 2014 says:

      Regarding the warrior vs taker match. Yes, I saw it long back. I think the warrior vs taker could have been an excellent long running feud since both characters had a mystical aura about them. Maybe it could’ve culminated into a warrior vs taker match at the forthcoming wrestlemania. Pity it never happened. By the way, they’re both my all time favs. 🙂

    • Thy Serpent on April 15th, 2014 says:

      Just found an update. Not sure how far it is true, but apparently, Vince isn’t happy about the way the fans reacted to the ending of the streak. Honestly, they probably didn’t know how to react. It also mentions that Brock is no longer with the WWE.

      http://www.inquisitr.com/1211081/wwe-news-vince-mcmahon-not-happy-with-fan-reaction-to-the-streak-ending/

      It does make sense from a business point of view about the streak ending so that the focus on future Wrestlemanias would be on the championship rather than the streak. Still sad it had to end though.

    • rock on April 15th, 2014 says:

      All I’m going to say is this!: this is a great site for undertaker fan whether it’s real or fake or scripted this site wasn’t meant for hatred but for those who enjoy watching the undertaker. Now contrary to what people want to believe, if it meant for taker to lose at mania to get him help because he was injured for real so be it. I was at wrestlemania to witness this loss, people say he getting to old stop sayi ng that, my gramps is 81 years of age and still runs marathons. Ok he loss but I feel and know he will continue to give us great matches when he is well taker sting taker Daniel taker cent again ect. One thing I learned if you write off or start saying taker is getting old they WILL write him off 4 real so encourage taker embrace the loss I believe that taker will continue to surprise us#takerneverrip!!!!

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