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“Undertaker just lost” – WWF Legend Recalls Text From Wife When He Wasn’t Watching WrestleMania 30

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• “Undertaker just lost” – WWF Legend Recalls Text From Wife When He Wasn’t Watching WrestleMania 30

On a recent edition of his weekly ‘Oh…You Didn’t Know?’ podcast, WWF Legend The Road Dogg Jesse James spoke about The Undertaker’s legendary 21-0 WrestleMania streak that lasted from 1991 until 2014 and eventually turned into an overall WrestleMania record of 25-2 after The Deadman retired from professional wrestling in 2020.

Here’s what the famous D-Generation X member had to say when asked about The Streak ending at WrestleMania XXX:

“I disagreed, but again, it’s creative decisions that neither, I don’t want to say they don’t matter, but they don’t.

My wife was still at the building, I went back [to the hotel] and spent some time with myself, ordering room service and relaxing. My wife texted me saying ‘Undertaker just lost,’ and I thought she was lying to me.

I couldn’t get it up on my iPad, I was trying to watch it on my iPad in the room and I couldn’t get it up. She said, ‘He just lost,’ I said, ‘No he didn’t, they’re gonna do something again, start the match over, they’re going to do something.’

I was in denial because I wasn’t in the know on that. So wow, what a moment, I’ll never forget that guy’s face, the fan with the glasses, I think that’s how we all felt.

Looking back on it now, I think we all still kind of feel that way. Yeah, you hitched the wagon to Brock but at what expense? At what cost?

Like I said, it really doesn’t matter, but I would’ve [voted] for him to go out clean and not ever lose at a WrestleMania. That would’ve been really cool.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (August 30, 1986) – NWA World Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1986, Jim Crockett Promotions aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA World Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the WTBS Studios in Atlanta, Georgia featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to “NWA Starrcade 1986”.

The card can be found below:

Dick Murdoch vs. Mike Rose

The Kansas Jayhawks vs. Randy Barber & Alan Martin

Wahoo McDaniel vs. Tony Zane

Sam Houston vs. Jack Weathers

Rock n Roll Express vs. Phil Brown & Lee Peek

Bill Dundee & Buddy Landell vs. Rocky Johnson & Vernon Deaton

Jimmy Garvin vs. Rocky Kernodle

Jimmy Valliant vs. Art Pritts

The Andersons vs. Henry Rutley & The Italian Stallion

Ric Flair vs. Mike Jackson

Nikita Koloff vs. Dave Spencer

Baron Von Raschke, Shaska Whatley & Teijho Kahn vs. Johnnie Cook, Charles Freeman & Mark Cooper

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