One of the most controversial moments in WWE history came a few years ago when Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker at WrestleMania.
Although it sounds like no big deal, every WWE fan will know just how much of a big deal it truly is.
The Deadman was 21-0 at 'Mania, defeating big name stars such as Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Edge, CM Punk, and Randy Orton, but in 2014, it became 21-1.
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Brock Lesnar, who enjoyed success in the octagon of UFC, becoming the UFC Heavyweight Champion in the process, had come back to WWE and was after Undertaker's streak, and at WrestleMania 30, he got what he had come back for.
Three F-5's is what it took for The Beast to defeat The Deadman, but it was a result that shook the whole WWE Universe. It has since been labelled as the biggest shock in WWE since the Montreal Screwjob.
Whether you like it or not, 'Taker's WrestleMania streak is now dead, and despite winning a couple more matches at The Grandest Stage of Them All, against Bray Wyatt and Shane McMahon respectively, 23-1 doesn't look as good.
The WWE Universe aren't the only ones unhappy about the result either, as veteran superstar The Big Show has also revealed his disappointment at the booking and the decision.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Show discussed Undertaker's streak ending and he admitted that he wished it never happened.
Show said: "My personal take on it? I wish Taker would have never lost in New Orleans [to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX]. There was no reason for it.
"I get it. Anyone can lose, anything can happen in our business, it’s entertainment, nothing lasts forever, I understand all that…I think the fans are happy to see Undertaker once a year and make that entrance and go out there and keep going."
Show then continued by expressing his admiration of Undertaker by saying he doesn't mind putting new talent over.
He continued: "Taker’s always been a businessman too. He’s never been ego-driven like a lot of guys are. He goes out there and gets the match over, gets his opponent over and gets himself over.”