Recent WWE rumors in 2013 suggest that Undertaker's streak is in serious jeopardy of ending at this year's WrestleMania 29. While this tends to be the buzz every year just to make his match interesting, there's been an "insider report" on the internet claiming that this is actually the plan in the works. Is it possible to consider that the legendary undefeated streak will be ended by CM Punk in about a month?
On March 4, a report at Examiner.com indicated that Undertaker has allegedly agreed to let CM Punk end the streak. The WWE Examiner reports they are the first to have the inside info on the plans for WrestleMania 29, which have yet to be confirmed by any major pro wrestling websites. However, it's always possible there have been info leaks to throw fans off in terms of what's going to happen, the inevitable—that Undertaker continues the streak.
As of this report, Paul Bearer, Undertaker's longtime manager in WWF/WWE has passed away at age 58. It would seem strange for Undertaker to have his streak end just a month after that tragic news. In fact, if anything, the match may serve as a way to honor his friend William Moody, who helped bring Taker to the masses way back in the early 90's. While it would be great to put CM Punk over by having him be credited as the only superstar to ever end the streak, it just wouldn't seem right at this point. Punk doesn't need it, especially after his long recent reign as WWE champ. He's already earned more than enough credibility and wrestling fans are well aware of CM Punk.
The Undertaker's streak needs to be preserved, and likely will come WrestleMania 29 in April 2013. It's just one of those things that stands the test of time, and keeps the wrestling legend a part of the history books for fans to savor year after year.