WrestleMania 30; Eat, Sleep, Broke the Streak

ImageThe Super Bowl of World Wrestling Entertainment made its air on April 6th from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The highly anticipated match of WrestleMania 30, was the match between ‘The Beast Incarnate’ Brock Lesnar and ‘The Deadman’ The Undertaker. The Undertaker’s 21-0 WrestleMania winning streak seemed unbreakable…until Lesnar delivered that final F5 (Spin-out fireman’s carry facebuster) that resulted in an unbelievable win. Once the bell was rung, indicating the win, there was no giant applause.
“What the heck! Did that just happen?” was the Superdome’s crowd of 75,167 mass reaction. Fans were in shock and disbelief that the Deadman’s streak was well, dead. Undertaker was later taken to the hospital because of a severe concussion. What was somewhat funny, was what happened after the match. The fans reactions, seriously their faces were priceless. Many of course, took to Twitter to vent their disbelief and shock with the #streakvsbeast.
“Noooo the streak is over!”, “The ENTIRE Superdome just went dead silent. Wow”, “My childhood is over!!! 😦 21-1 is unacceptable” “Brock Lesnar is the War Machine but he shouldn’t have been the one to break the streak”, “The STREAK is OVER. @BrockLesnar DEFEATS #Undertaker! And we never thought we’d tweet those words.” These are only a few of the many tweets that led to #streakvsbeast becoming a top trend on Twitter, but you get the point, it was a pretty emotional experience for wrestling fans. But the ending of the undefeatable streak was inevitable because nothing lasts forever. Undertaker will forever leave a legacy and memories for wrestling fans to cherish forever.


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