• “I believe The Streak should still be intact to this very day” – WWF Legend
During a recent episode of his podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross talked about The Undertaker’s 21-0 undefeated WrestleMania streak, simply known as The Streak.
The Streak came to an end in 2014 at WrestleMania 30, when Brock Lesnar defeated Undertaker after hitting 3 F5s in their match.
According to Good Ol’ JR, The Undertaker should’ve retired undefeated at WrestleMania:
“You know, Vince was very protective of that Streak until Lesnar broke it, and that helped Brock immensely, quite frankly. And I couldn’t believe it when I saw it because I was not one for bidding for ending The Steak.
I believe The Streak should still be intact to this very day. That’s just me being an old school guy who likes those kinds of things. It’s solid, and it’s real and so, anyhow. I’m a big believer in things like that.
So when Undertaker lost The Streak, I was a little disappointed.”
In the end, The Deadman retired with a WrestleMania record of 25-2, with his second loss coming against Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 33 in 2017.
— WWFOldSchool.com (@WWFOldSchoolcom) April 2, 2022
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (April 1, 1996) – WCW PRIME *EASTER SPECIAL*
On this day in 1996, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Prime’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches & segments, building storylines on the road to the upcoming ‘WCW Slamboree 1996’ PPV.
The show was hosted by Dusty Rhodes & Chris Cruise.
Here’s the card:
1. Scott Norton vs. Bill Payne
2. Kurasawa vs. Buddy Valentine
3. Konan Video Package
4. The Road Warriors Promo
5. Craig Pittman vs. Mark Starr (Kanyon tries to disassemble the ring)
6. Barrio Brothers vs. Mike Winner & Ric Garcia
7. WCW Motorsports
8. Blue Bloods Promo
9. Big Bubba Rogers vs. Steve Armstrong
10. Prime Cut “Moo Match” of the Week: Ric Flair vs. Marcus Alexander Bagwell