The Undertaker's Streak is over - Lesnar makes it 21-1

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One of the most shocking twists in wrestling history took place tonight at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana as Brock Lesnar ended The Undertaker's WrestleMania Streak. 

Incredibly, after a great battle between the duo, a third F5 was enough for Lesnar to secure the pin against the Phenom and make it 21-1. 

In truth, Lesnar dominated the battle throughout and Taker struggled to match the superiority and power of his rival. 

Taker showed glimpses of his old self, but on this occasion he just couldn't get near the Beast who was driven on by the enigmatic figure of Paul Heyman.  

Many men have gone before him, but this time Taker just couldn't get the job done, as Lesnar proved too much for 'The Deadman'. 

Streaks are made to be broken, but there weren't many that expected this. It remains to be seen as to whether The Undertaker will ever return to the ring again, but it certainly appears that an end of an era took place this evening. 

The Undertaker's streak is no more, and Brock Lesnar has written himself into the history books of the Wrestling Universe. 

Taker turns 50 next year and perhaps we will see him become a Hall of Famer, with this appearing to have been his final battle in the industry. 

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