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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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    Lance Storm on The Streak ending

    Lance Storm posted a blog on his website, Stormwrestling.com looking at his Wrestlemania 30 predictions and how he did with them. On the prediction of Taker vs Lesnar, he said:

    Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar: I thought this was the safest pick of the night. Taker winning is my one sure pick every year, so pick him I did. Well…Brock Lesnar broke the Streak in the biggest upset in WrestleMania history, probably the biggest upset there ever will be at WrestleMania. Undertaker’s record drops to 21-1 and I drop to 2-2. 

    He ended his blog by commenting on his thoughts about Taker losing The Streak

    In closing I just want to comment a bit on the Undertaker’s streak being broken because a lot of people seemed pretty upset and asked me for my thoughts. In the end I believe it was Undertaker’s call to end the streak. I doubt Vince would ask him to do it and I certainly don’t believe he would ever insist or try to force him to, so Taker had to be on board and want to do it this way. In that case I don’t think anyone has any right to second guess this decision. The Undertaker has more than earned the right to end his career and conclude his run at WrestleMania anyway he sees fit. Furthermore going out on his back with a loss just makes me respect the man even more, which I didn’t think was possible. Losing on the way out, especially when you don’t have to, is the most professional thing you can do. If there ever was a “Time Honoured Tradition” in this business, this is it. Austin lost his last WrestleMania match to The Rock, Rock (assuming he is done) lost his last WrestleMania match to Cena, Flair lost his last Mania match Michaels, Michaels lost his last Mania match to Taker, and I assume this is Taker’s last Mania match and he lost to Brock. Getting to go out on the grandest stage of them all is the best possible way to end a career and doing so on your back, the most profession. No one has ever questioned The Undertaker’s professionalism, and thus no one should be questioning this finish. The only thing people should be saying is “Thank you Taker” 

    Until we get an official confirmation, which we may never get, it’s all opinions. I agree with Lace though. I also feel it was Taker’s call and that Vince wouldn’t force him to lose. Therefore, Taker probably had to be okay as in on board with this. Lance has stated what I’ve been stating here for YEARS – Taker has more than earned the right to end his career anyway he sees fit. He’s earned the right to do what he wants and what is best for himself. Like Lance said, Austin, Flair, HBK and Rock (if he really is finished) lost their last match. Yet are they remembered for that? No. Whether Taker is done or not, when you look at today’s active roster, who better than Lesnar to end over two years of Wrestlemania dominance? Reigns? Everyone brings his name up. But he is not ready. Cesaro, great talent with bright future, but he is not ready either. That really only leaves Lesnar. What better way to legitimize the threat that Lesnar needs to be than by having him break The Streak? I believe the plan in bringing Lesnar back was to get him to this point – to position him as a serious threat to the World Champion, become the World Champion and then lose the World Title at Mania 31. As of now that is slated to be his last match unless he re-signs with the company sometime between now and then.

    source: Stormwrestling.com

    Post Discussion
    • Corey on April 25th, 2014 says:

      ANAN ANAN WWE JUST TEASED ON TWITTER THE UNDERTAKER VS STING!!! Go on there twitter page or just go to cageside seats if you want to see the tweet and the promo they made for it.

    • Jess on April 25th, 2014 says:

      Corey, its a fantasy match up.

    • Corey on April 25th, 2014 says:

      @Jess Did you see the tweet?

    • Jess on April 25th, 2014 says:

      Nope O.o

    • eric on April 25th, 2014 says:

      this is why he will always be…in my eyes….the single grestest pro wrestler of all-time!

      but selfishly,i still hope he isn’t finished.

    • Corey on April 25th, 2014 says:

      @Jess Check t out 🙂

    • UndertakerHOF2016 on April 25th, 2014 says:

      I won’t believe it until the day IF it happens. Icon v Icon match which has been ?? years in the making but I’m not either Undertaker or Sting.

    • Anan on April 26th, 2014 says:

      @eric:

      I think we all feel selfishly the same as you do. But he’s got to do what’s best for him.

      @Corey:

      That promo’s old. It’s part of a WWE Countdown video looking at the Top 10 Fantasy Matches. It’s a great video that’s worth checking out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEgKhPnQXQA

    • kev woods on April 26th, 2014 says:

      I don’t think He needs to do any more.
      He’s done it all and so much more.
      His character was one of a kind, his intro was one of a kind, he introduced us to brand new match types such as hell in a cell, inferno, buried alive and casket matches.
      His success far surpasses the need for a title belt, he has never needed to be champion to headline anything.
      As far as his future.. I hope he is done because he is starting to get to that age where his body will limit him more and more.
      He will always bring something special so maybe a manager or road agent role would be great.
      Having said that, as somebody who has followed his entire career from day one, I wouldn’t be surprised if he just rode off into the sunset and never truly broke character.
      He has always had a great element of mystery about him (even in his biker days) and think his legacy would last a lot longer if he kept it that way.

    • Gareth Thyer on April 26th, 2014 says:

      In my opinion we haven’t seen the last of the Undertaker. He will definitely get a proper farewell. There was no hint of him retiring this year. WWE hasn’t even mentioned it. With HBK, Flair etc there was some sort of hint to say it could happen… With Taker… None.

      With the streak being broken, I honestly do think that it was planned long before the news sites are saying. WWE has definitely planned ahead and wasn’t a last minute discussion.

      Wrestlemania 31 will probably be his last match, with Sting. WWE knows this and they figured that they don’t need the streak for that and Taker has always said he doesn’t mind losing the streak. So basically lose to a credible fighter, not wrestler.

      ‘Taker will come to Raw sometime in the near future, hint at retirement etc then BANG, sting debuts. Says he came to WWE for one match only etc. Taker agrees to the match. Taker wins, gets a proper send off. Sting HOF next year then Taker in 2016 in Texas.

    • Anan on April 26th, 2014 says:

      @Gareth Thyer:

      I have to understandably question whether or not Taker would get a “proper” farewell. Has anyone considered the possibility he may not want one? That would draw attention onto him, something he may not want. Maybe he’s that type of guy who wanted to ride off into sunset quietly. If anything, he might have gotten a “proper” farewell backstage with the boys and his peers. But in terms of the show, I think Taker wants the focus to be on the talents in the ring, not on him. I mean let’s face it. This is a guy who could have had an entire 3 hours dedicated to him if he wanted to and use his influence to have an Undertaker Highlights special take place during a portion of the post-Mania RAW celebrating his The Streak and other accomplishments the night after Mania. Call me crazy, but considering all the attention The Streak’s death has gotten, I actually think WWE would consider dedicating a portion of the post-Mania RAW to this, thereby granting Taker his request. But as we all know, that didn’t happen. My point is he could have had more TV time if he used his influence to get it, but to my knowledge and I;m on the outside speculating on the in’s of it, he has never done it.

      Mania 31….I totally get why everyone saying Sting will debut, challenge Taker, etc. I’ve been more outspoken here than I think anyone about a Taker/Sting match. But while California’s the best plae for Sting’s final match, it isn’t the case for Taker because while California is where Sting’s been billed from since forever, California really has no significance to Taker. It did before as that was where his Streak began at 1-0. But The Streak no longer exists, except in memory. Taker’s career deserves to end where it began – Texas. Now that The Streak’s gone, he can have a final match at any show, doesn’t have to be Mania. I just think the site of his final match should be Texas. Not because that’s where he was born, but because where his pro wrestling career began.

      As much as I want Taker/Sting, if Taker were to have to skip that for health purposes so he can have his final match in Texas and go out on a much more deserving higher note, then I say skip it. It’s not like Sting has to wrestle in WWE at all to be an asset to the company. A HOF Induction and DVD, along with a Legends deal that’d include toys and video game appearances and perhaps do something with WWE Network will do just fine. If he was to wrestle and yes his career deserves to end with a match in WWE, there’s other opponents for him. Yes he’s only named Taker as the man he wants to face. But personally, I wouldn’t mind seeing Sting face Kane. No matter what persona, Kane’s not gonna hurt Sting. He’s earned a reputation of not injuring his opponents. So Sting would be safe with him. My conclusion to this point….whatever’s best for everyone. Everyone being Taker, Sting, etc.

    • Gareth Thyer on April 26th, 2014 says:

      @anan

      I totally agree with what you said. I have a feeling though Vince and co knows there’s a lot of money to be made out of Undertakers retirement. So far the only thing we’ve had is a thank you taker trend on twitter. No video packages, no articles looking back on his career, no merchandise etc etc. it’s safe to say he’ll be back, even if its just to make the announcement. I can’t imagine him just speaking then just leaving.

      Everyone has predicted Mania 32 to be his last (like I have) maybe that’s the case, maybe WWE know there isn’t need for the streak for his final matches, thus making it more unpredictable. Personally I can see him getting inducted in Texas and he can still come out then and choke slam/tombstone someone to get a huge pop. I guess time will tell… 🙂 I can safely say we haven’t seen the last of him… Just yet. I maybe wrong but it doesn’t make sense if it ended like this.

    • Anan on April 27th, 2014 says:

      @Gareth Thyer:

      I agree with the last part. I doubt Taker would wanna go out on a sour note like Mania 30. And sour note is putting it mildly. If his health will allow him to go out on a better note, then he will. But I cannot see any more HIAC’s, No Hods Barred, Lesnar style, stiff style, etc matches. I think the six best final opponents for Taker:

      Sting – Go out on a dream match. I I were in charge, I’d talk Sting into working Mania 31 just because it’s in California and win and have Taker skip it, allowing them to meet at Mania 32. Sting can say he was set on retiring last year by facing Taker, but Taker was not there so he decided to build momentum by beating someone else and challenge Taker this year and win or lose, retire after facing the one guy he’s really wanted to face fr years. Taker accepts, match happens and both go out as they should – on the highest note possible. Usually I believe Title matches should close out Mania. But Taker’s final match should be an exception as it was for HBK.

      Angle – Angle’s one of the best in the industry and deserving of a shot.

      Jericho – Can work a great match with anyone. Taker works best with smaller guys. Jericho’s styele is very similar to HBK’s so it’d be a good one.

      Kane – Now that the monster is back, WWE can end this forever long saga. I know people hate Taker/Kane III, but no one wanted Taker vs HHH III either, which turned out to be the match of the night.

      Bryan – The most over guy in history (perhaps that is arguable, but I don’t think so) vs the most over guy in the company right now.

      Cena – Go out beating the top guy i nWWE today.

      If it’s Cena or Bryan, or even Kane, I’d want Taker to retire on top as the World Champion. Nothing against Cena, Bryan or Kane. But they’re really the best three on that list to lose the Championship to Taker. Kane’s above Titles now. Cena doesn’t really need any more Title runs and Bryan’s young enough that he’ll get another Title run.

      Your thoughts?

    • Markus O Negative (R.I.P. Peter Steele) on April 27th, 2014 says:

      Well, I used to think it was impossible, but just recently, I saw something I never thought would happen- Sting on WWE.COM taking about The Ultimate Warrior. Maybe it’s just a coincidence, only I just went to the TNA website, and noticed Sting isn’t part of their roster anymore. Does this mean that finally, Sting is with WWE? Only time will tell.

      Of course, Sting ‘could’ just be taking a break, of which, will return later on to TNA to be part of another storyline. TNA is a bit slow on roster updates (that I’ve seen), and also notice that Jeff Hardy is listed twice, as himself and his alter-ego ‘Willow’ (of which everyone knows that it’s him).

    • Markus O Negative (R.I.P. Peter Steele) on April 27th, 2014 says:

      WWE.COM is also doing ‘dream matches’, and have a video of ‘Sting Vs. Taker’ (as well as other ‘dream matches’), so maybe this is in the works. I also saw on there a article taking about WM31, and the possible matches, so it only seems that this match is more and more a possibility than ever.

      All we can do is wait, watch and see what happens.

      For me, the streak was a part of Taker’s history and legend, but it wasn’t what made Taker who he was. His ‘image’ is what made him feared, powerful, and gave him the reputation of being ‘the deadman’. In the time between his debut at SummerSlam in 1990, to his first WM in 1991 (merely a few months), Taker took on and beat legends like Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior, one of which became so scared (in my opinion), that he left to go to WCW.

      As for who Taker should face for his absolute ‘last match’ before retiring? For me, I want it to be Kane, possibly when Glen is ready to retire as well. Their final match- Hell In The Cell (the match that debut Kane in ’97).

    • Anan on April 27th, 2014 says:

      God, no more HIAC’s. Taker’s had more than enough of them, all of which took years off his career. People wanted Taker vs Lesnar in HIAC because of what happened in 2002 and now want Taker vs Kane and God only knows why ridiculous reason(s) they’d have, but I’m guessing it has to do with Kane’s debut in 1997 or what happened during their HIAC match in 2010. You guys, if you care for Taker should care more about his health than anything else. It’s possible his health won’t allow him to have another match, let alone a HIAC. What is happening to the people on this site, seriously?

    • Jess on April 27th, 2014 says:

      I agree, another HIAC would have destroyed Taker, he’s been in enough already, just normal matches are fine. His health is more important than anything.

    • Corey on April 28th, 2014 says:

      @Anan well that sucks

    • Undertaker's # 1 fan on April 28th, 2014 says:

      This Lance Storm guy completely sucks. How could he compare this to Rock losing to cena, or Flair losing to Michaels or Michaels losing to Taker? In those cases:
      a) none of the losing guys had a streak like Taker’s,
      b) the build-ups to those matches were huge and it was known that it would be their last match if they lose,
      c) Taker did not get any build to this match and the fans weren’t made to feel that they are witnessing the most special performer in Wrestlemania for the last time.

      Idiots, when will all these jacka**es who keep justifying the end of the streak realize this?

    • Stace K on April 28th, 2014 says:

      the problem is, no matter whos call it was, I’m gonna be forever gutted that it ended and that it ended not the best it could of been. I’m just dying for taker to come back now. He cannot just retire without us making a big deal out of it.. even if thats the result we’ll get from seeing him, I guess that’s better than nothing. I’m hanging on to WWE just for takers return…

    • Anan on April 30th, 2014 says:

      @Roy:

      You don’t need HIAC to tell a story. Taker vs HBK proved that. And Taker and Kane are such good storytellers, it doesn’t need to be a specialty match. What makes sense is giving them the proper time to tell a definitive conclusion to their epic saga. Do you need a HIAC for that? No.

      “, obviously it’s not, at least not for the moment.”

      Roy, you said that like you know that for sure. But you don’t. Everyone’s just giving their opinions. The only thing obvious about Taker at the moment is that a concussion caused his WM30 match to be as bad as it was. What is NOT obvious is whether he’s done or not and it is not obvious because that question is still unanswered.

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