Paul Heyman is the latest to fire abuse the way of The Undertaker, after the wrestler was hospitalized in the events proceeding WrestleMania.
Monday Night Raw was the setting for Heyman and Lesnar to strut their stuff and revel in the end of the streak, and Heyman explained that Lesnar aims is to make children cry.
"It is one of the biggest honors of my career to serve as an advocate for the beast in carnage, Brock Lesnar," Heyman said on Raw.
"The conqueror of The Undertaker's streak. A streak that lasted nearly a quarter of a century ended at the hands of the conqueror inside three seconds.
"We hate to say we told you so, but ladies and gentlemen, we told you so. Brock Lesnar is here to shock the WWE world and put tears in the eyes of children."
After the fight, The Undertaker was taken to the hospital and followed there by the Chairman of the WWE, Vince McMahon.
Heyman then went further and even speculated that The Undertaker almost suffered a broken neck at WrestleMania.
The so called streak had lasted for 21 fights before WrestleMania 30, but ended at the hands of Lesnar in an exhausting affair. Some have even suggested that The Undertaker should retire, and Heyman knows there was certainly one winner Sunday.
"The most ruthless man that has had the pleasure of meeting me, Vince Kennedy McMahon, left WrestleMania and rode to the hospital with The Undertaker," Heyman added.
"The Undertaker is still being treated today for a concussion and he came this close to suffering a broken neck.
"Brock Lesnar always told me that in every fight there was a winner and a lose. And last night The Undertaker was a loser. And the winner whether you like it or not was Brock Lesnar."