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WWE WrestleMania XXX Axxess: The Undertaker's graveyard makes its debut

The Undertaker's Graveyard
The Undertaker's Graveyard
Danny Cox

When "WrestleMania XXX" begins on Sunday, there are going to be thousands upon thousands of people watching to see if the Undertaker continues his streak and beats Brock Lesnar. The streak is going strong, and the Undertaker's Graveyard debuted on the evening of April 3, 2014, at WWE WrestleMania XXX Axxess and it showed tombstones for all 21 of his past opponents along with awesome memorabilia from years gone by.

The Undertaker's opponents all have their own special spots.
Danny Cox

Seeing it all in person was absolutely incredible as this was the first time it was ever created, and rightfully so. Many believe that this may be the final time they can say the Undertaker is undefeated at wrestling's biggest event.

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Throughout more than two decades, the Undertaker has taken down 21 straight opponents at different "WrestleMania" events. Some have repeated over the years, but none have ever been able to defeat the Undertaker. Still, with viable efforts, honor is paid to them in this makeshift graveyard.

Upon stepping into the graveyard, the Undertaker's music is playing while blue lights illuminate the room and you walk along grass with fog filling the area.

Walking around the room, you'll see tombstones with the names of Diesel, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Ric Flair, and so many more. Their name, the date, and the event are listed on the tombstone so that everyone knows just when the Undertaker took them down.

Spread around the room is also a lot of memorabilia from some of the matches and the Undertaker's career. There is his throne with the iconic symbol. The beat-up coffin from his match with Goldust sits in the back. Hanging high above the room is the Undertaker's giant symbol that "crucified" Stone Cold Steve Austin and Stephanie McMahon.

Sitting in the center of the room is an open grave with a tombstone that has the date of April 6, 2014, and the logo of "WrestleMania XXX" for either Brock Lesnar or possibly the Undertaker.

One of the greatest sights is Paul Bearer's urn sitting in the room as a tribute to the late manager of the Undertaker. Bearer passed away a little more than a year ago and is set to be posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

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