The Undertaker is considered a legend in the world of professional wrestling, especially since his winning streak at WrestleMania is one of the longest in the history of the business that lasted 21 years. In 2014, the streak came to an end when he was defeated by Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX.

Jim Ross, in his Grilling JR podcast, analyzed the 2006 PPV No Way Out event, specifically when Kurt Angle defeated The Phenom and that led him to analyze the Undertaker’s career and his streak at WrestleMania.

I was never in favor of Lesnar ending the Undertaker streak. It’s not a criticism of Brock, I just thought the streak was something special that no one should touch. It was so unique and special, all pointing to the biggest event of the year. It seemed like in recent years this has started to become a problem. Even after Kurt Angle beat Undertaker at No Way Out in 2006, I wouldn’t have been in favor of ending the streak back then. Now that it’s February 2021, I contend that I would have liked the streak today Taker’s undefeated will continue.

The Undertaker debuted in WWE on November 22, 1990, at Survivor Series and 30 years later he said goodbye to his professional career in Undertaker Final Farewell at Survivor Series 2020. His last match was a Boneyard match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.