Oh, no. I think the streak is the streak. It can't really be called the streak if there's a one in the loss column, now can it? The main thing is the clarity in which you can see things in retirement, you know, the unbelievable ease of grasping reality when you're in retirement. That's something that I have now. I think the streak is a phenomenal thing. I think the key is just having the ability to make them question it. I think once you do that, once you can even convince people that it's in jeopardy, I think your job's been done. That's not easy to do but I enjoy the streak and I think the Undertaker will be undefeated and that's the way it should go.
Michaels is hoping The Undertaker retires with his historic 21-fight undefeated streak in tact.
The Undertaker essentially only competes these days in the WWE when it's Wrestlemania season, because the dozens of injuries he's battled through during his lengthy career have finally started to catch up to him.
Luckily for WWE fans, it has been announced that The Undertaker will be returning to the ring on Feb. 24 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, for a live taping of WWE Raw.
It hasn't yet been announced who The Undertaker will be competing against at Wrestlemania XXX, but it will be must-see television no matter who the WWE ends up setting him up against.
WWE fans now at least have a little doubt about The Undertaker continuing his undefeated Wrestlemania streak, so that makes for at least a little intrigue leading up to the pay-per-view event set for April in New Orleans.
The Undertaker could end up taking on Brock Lesnar, or maybe the WWE will go a completely different route by scriping him to battle Batista.
Time will tell how it all plays out, but the one thing for certain is that Wrestlemania XXX will be a great event.