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Undertaker loses: Brock Lesnar ends the streak at WWE 'WrestleMania XXX'

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The Undertaker is iconic in the world of professional wrestling and he stepped into the ring on Sunday, April 6, 2014, with a streak of WrestleMania victories that went 21-0. Everyone knows that competition would come his way each year, but no-one ever expected it to be broken. Things changed as Brock Lesnar defeated the Undertaker at WWE "WrestleMania XXX" and the live crowd was stunned.

The live crowd literally sat dead silent for a good minute and it almost seemed as if it hadn't happened. Everyone in the press box wasn't sure if it was truly over.

All of a sudden, Brock Lesnar's name was announced as the winner of the match and a huge graphic flashed on every screen in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome that simply stated "21-1."

The match was quite brutal and it was dominated by Brock Lesnar as he beat the Undertaker from pillar to post. Throughout the match, he delivered the F-5 twice, but Undertaker was able to kick out both times and hold his streak intact.

Soon, Undertaker was able to get the upper-hand and delivered a devastating Tombstone Piledriver, but Lesnar was somehow able to kick out.

A few minutes later, Undertaker got caught again. Lesnar delivered a vicious F-5 and was able to pin Undertaker cleanly in the center of the ring. The crowd had no idea what to do and the faces of every fan shown on the screen was proof that no-one saw it coming.

Some have already speculated that this could be the end for the Undertaker and that he could retire.

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