It was one of the most shocking moments in WWE history and now over one year later, fans still haven't recovered from Brock Lesnar ending the Undertaker's WrestleMania unbeaten streak at WrestleMania XXX.
It was the end of one of the biggest certainties in WWE and it highly unlikely that anything like that will ever be replicated.
When the Undertaker took on Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX, fans didn't really know what to expect, and now it appears, the most historic moment in WrestleMania history wasn't what one of the men wanted.
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At a recent event called "An evening with Shawn Michaels", the WWE legend was present with another hall of famer in Jim Ross and the two shared a big secret.
As it appears, the decision to have Lesnar defeat the Undertaker at WrestleMania XXX was not popular with the Beast Incarnate.
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Lesnar is now responsible for one of the most infamous moments ever despite the fact that it has now emerged that he didn't want to be.
An attendee at the event has noted what happened when the topic was brought up and outlines what JR discussed.
"JR talked about Brock Lesnar not wanting to beat the streak and asking to lose the match, but the decision had been made." - JR was the one to reveal the truth
Michaels also revealed that he left the Mercedes-Benz Superdome early following the stunned silence the result of the match received.
It may be one of the most infamous moments in WWE history, but it certainly wasn't the first time that the Beast Incarnate had bested the Deadman.
Lesnar and Undertaker had previously clashed in the past with their Hell in a Cell match at No Mercy 2002 going down as one of the most brutal ever.
Lesnar retained the WWE Championship on that occasion and the two gave us a match which is still remembered fondly.
See the end of Lesnar and Undertaker's historic clash below:
Still at the top
While the Undertaker's appearances since the match at WrestleMania XXX number just one, Lesnar has continued on and has given us some more memorable moments.
He dominated John Cena at Summer Slam and won an incredible triple threat match at the Royal Rumble but lost his WWE Championship at WrestleMania XXXI in an historic Money in the Bank cash-in.
Lesnar is set to challenge for the title once again at Battleground in a couple of weeks where he will finally get his match against Seth Rollins.