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WWE News: Backstage Reaction to Undertaker's Loss, Who Made the Call, More
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 04.10.2014



- It is said that there were several people who were displeased backstage about the decision to have Undertaker lose to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30, but were not able (and won't) say anything publicly about it.

- The decision to end the streak was reportedly made by Vince McMahon, not Undertaker. There are some who were "in the know" who say that Vince had to talk Undertaker into it, while others say he went along with it without argument.

- Regarding who knew ahead of time that the Streak was ending, it is certain that Vince McMahon, Brock Lesnar, Undertaker and Paul Heyman knew, and possibly Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Beyond that, it is difficult to say. No finish was listed on the script but that isn't unusual and it wasn't the only one for the PPV. None of the agents reportedly knew.

- Those who saw Undertaker backstage at Raw said that he had a heavy limp and looked to be "in rough shape."

Credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter





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