Bray Wyatt, Brock Lesnar, CM Punk, Countdown To Wrestlemania, Into The Vault, Jimmy Snuka, Paul Heyman, Road To Wrestlemania, Roman Reigns, Shawn Michaels, Superfly Jimmy Snuka, The Streak, The Undertaker, Triple H, Wrestlemania 30, Wrestlemania 31, WrestleMania XXX
I told earlier in the countdown that you would see me review a match with The Undertaker and his streak, but probably not the match you wanted me to review. You see I reviewed his first win against “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka and now I am reviewing the match that ended the streak courtesy of the Beast Incarnate himself Brock Lesnar. We saw many men like Triple H, Shawn Michaels, CM Punk and so many others try to end the streak, but we were all thinking that could Brock be the man to do it entering the match. Paul Heyman had been preaching to the masses how Brock was going to defeat the mighty Undertaker because it was destiny. Eat, Sleep, Conquer The Streak was the motto they were using going into the match. One thing was for sure when the match started and that was the Undertaker looked old and slow throughout the whole match.
In the beginning of the match, the two were basically slugging it out, but The Undertaker looked to be the one that was going to have the advantage early. The Undertake was absolutely taking it to Brock which was something that we hadn’t really seen done before as he worked on Brock’s shoulder. After a while they started to test each other as Brock kicked out of a pinfall attempt after a chokeslam and The Undertaker kicked out of the first F5 attempt. Brock would end up hitting another f5, but The Undertaker kept on kicking. Brock would survive a last ride and a tombstone that followed that. The most shcking events would occur that no one saw coming. The Undertaker attempted to hit a second tombstone piledriver, but Brock countered it into a third F5 which did the trick as he pinned The Undertaker for the win. I remember thinking to myself at the time that you have to be kidding me, is it true? Well, it ended and the Undertakers streak died at 21-1. The Undertaker ended up going to the hospital that night and was in real bad shape. He returns tomorrow to face Bray Wyatt while Brock defends his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns.