For many years The Undertaker’s streak was synonymous with WrestleMania, but the legendary streak came to an end when Brock Lesnar defeated The Deadman at WrestleMania 30. The end of Taker’s streak has been a hot topic for years now, and there are many people who feel that Brock Lesnar was the wrong person to end it.

During a recent interview with the Dallas Morning News The Undertaker himself addressed the controversial topic, and he explained why he thinks Roman Reigns would have been the better choice.

“Although, I don’t know if Brock [Lesnar, who defeated Undertaker at WM30] was the right guy. I like Brock, me and Brock are friends. I don’t know that Brock needed that win. Brock was a bona fide superstar at that point. So, I don’t know that he needed it. Roman [Reigns defeating Undertaker at WM33] definitely, that was the right call. I just wish he may have been first. I wish I could have reversed them, you know what I’m saying? If Roman would have been able to do it, I think it would have increased the value.

“By the time I got to Roman, that WrestleMania, I was not physically healthy at all. So, he didn’t get the best of me. That bothers me. Nothing I can do about it, but Roman, he beat somebody that wasn’t at his best. I wish I could have been healthier and he would have been first because I think that would have skyrocketed him even sooner – I mean, he’s there now. So, it doesn’t matter. He waited a few years, but he’s got it figured out now. I mean, it all happens for a reason. Selfishly? Yes. Business-wise? And I’m always business first, it is what it is. I doubt that anybody will ever get to 21-0. My place in history is what it is. I can’t cry over spilt milk.”

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