Wrestlemania 30 Results (4/6/14) - Undertaker's Streak Ends At 21-1, Daniel Bryan Is WWE World Heavyweight Champion

Cole talks about the tradition of the night before WrestleMania, and the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. We get a recap of the inductees, and snippets of their speeches to the crowd.

When we cut back to the arena, Howard Finkel introduces all members of the class of 2014 WWE Hall of Fame inductees. Everyone gets nice pops from the crowd. Lita gets lots of love, as does Scott Hall, and of course so does the Ultimate Warrior.

Daniel Bryan is shown in the back being checked out by the trainer. Bryan grimaces as he lifts his arm and clenches his fist.

Cole says that it's streak time, as he throws it to a video package highlighting the history of the streak, and the threat that Brock Lesnar poses to the streak tonight.

Back in the arena, Brock Lesnar's music hits, and the Lesnar makes his way to the ring to a nice pop, getting some impressive pyro on his way to the ring. Of course Lesnar's also got Heyman in tow.

Taker of course gets a very ominous and creepy entrance. There's a nice video package as well, which shows the victims of the streak, falling to Undertaker over the years. The lights go out, and Taker comes out to a great reaction from the fans.

Taker turns his head to the left as he comes out on the ramp, and a casket with the number 22 on it pops open, in a bit of foreshadowing for Lesnar. Lightning comes down and strikes the casket, setting it on fire, and Lesnar looks concerned. It's worth noting that Taker's in some old school Taker attire, with his wide brimmed hat and duster jacket, instead of the hooded robe outfit he's worn more recently.

The Streak
The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar

Taker and Lesnar get eye to eye before backing away slowly. The bell rings, and Lesnar goes for a right hand. Taker blocks it and lays in with a series of body shots and strikes to the face. Lesnar comes back, whipping Taker across the ring and hitting a belly to belly suplex. Lesnar clotheslines Taker over the top rope, and Taker lands on his feet. Taker gets up to the apron and Lesnar buries his knee in Taker's stomach. Lesnar hits a couple of clubbing blows to Taker's chest, but Taker sends Lesnar's neck snapping across the top rope. Taker comes back into the ring and hits a series of right hands before wrapping Lesnar's arm around the top rope and wrenching back. Taker sends Lesnar shoulder first into the ring post.

Lesnar bails to the outside and Taker follows, sending Brock crashing shoulder first into the ring post again. Taker pushes Brock back into the ring and he follows, wrenching Brock's arm and heading to the top. Brock avoids Old School by catching Taker with a big right hand. Lesnar whips Taker across the ring, but he misses a spear and connects shoulder first with the ring post again. Both men head to the outside and Taker slams Lesnar's head into the ring steps, then kicks at Brock's arm. Right hands from Taker stagger Lesnar, sending him reeling. Taker sends Lesnar into the ring, and places his head on the apron. Taker kicks Lesnar in the side of the head, then stands on the apron, hitting a big leg drop across Lesnar's throat.

Taker picks Lesnar up and shoulders him, dropping him face first on the turnbuckle. Taker goes for a chokeslam, but Lesnar fights out and shoulders Taker. Taker fights down to his feet and shoves Lesnar into the corner. Taker charges in with a big boot, but Lesnar ducks and Taker gets caught on the top rope. Lesnar grabs Taker's leg and slams him ankle, then his thigh into the ring post. Lesnar hits Taker with some clubbing blows on the outside, but he walks right into a big elbow to the nose. Lesnar grabs Taker's leg and plants him on the floor, sending him crashing to his back hard. Brock sends Taker back into the ring, and he follows, kicking him in the chest.

Lesnar grabs Taker's leg and slams it to the mat, then kicks him in the chest again. Lesnar knees Taker in the side, then chokes Taker with his boot. Lesnar drags Taker to the middle of the ring and stomps away at him. Lesnar punches Taker, and knocks him back to the mat. Heyman yells for Lesnar to break him down. Lesnar kicks Taker in the back of the knee, then stomps repeatedly at Taker's knee. Lesnar wraps Taker's let around the bottom rope and wrenches back. Taker drops down to the floor.

Lesnar follows to the outside and kicks Taker in the back of the leg. Taker blocks a whip into the ring steps, but ends up whipped into the barricade instead. Lesnar sends Taker back into the ring, and he follows. Lesnar powers Taker up, and suplexes him over. Lesnar knees Taker repeatedly in the chest, and Taker falls to the mat.

Brock clubs Taker's back repeatedly, but Taker won't stay down. Body shots from Lesnar stagger Taker. Lesnar whips Taker into the ropes, and Taker comes back with a DDT out of nowhere.

Both men stagger to their feet, and Lesnar runs into a big boot from Taker. Taker hits a big right hand, then another few. Taker whips Brock into the corner and follows with a big clothesline. Taker backs up and hits another running clothesline. Taker shoulders Brock and drops him face first into the top turnbuckle again, the hits a big boot. Taker hits a leg drop and pins Brock for two.

Taker signals for the chokeslam while Heyman screams. Taker gets Lesnar up and slams him to the mat, but he's only able to get a two count.

Taker shoulders Lesnar, but Lesnar fights out and shoulders Taker, hitting the F5. Lesnar goes for the pin, but Taker kicks out at two.

Lesnar stands over Taker, and Taker gets him in Hell's gate out of nowhere. Lesnar teases tapping, but instead, he stands and picks Taker up, slamming him back down to the mat to break the hold.

Both men struggle to get to their feet, and Heyman screams encouragement at Lesnar. Lesnar pulls Taker into the middle of the ring, and Taker clamps on Hell's gate again. Lesnar won't quit, again picking Taker up and slamming him back down to the mat hard.

Both men get to their knees, and Lesnar traps Taker in the kimura lock. Taker screams in pain, but he refuses to give up. Taker reverses the hold into a kimura of his own. Lesnar sweeps Taker's leg, but Taker won't break the hold. Lesnar gets to the ropes to force a break.

Lesnar backs Taker into the corner and hits a couple of shots to the kidney, then buries his shoulder in Taker's midsection. Lesnar backs up and runs right into a big boot from Taker. Taker looks exhausted. Taker grabs Lesnar's arm and heads to the top rope. Taker walks the ropes, but falls across Lesnar's shoulders for another F5. Taker is still able to kick out at two.

Taker uses the ropes to pull himself up. Lesnar stalks Taker, sending him over with a big German suplex. Lesnar keeps his hands clasped and hits another big German, launching Taker across the ring.

Brock walks over to Taker in the corner, and stomps away at his chest, hard. Lesnar picks Taker up and continues to lay in with shots to the body. Lesnar stands on the middle rope and hits Taker with a series of rights. Taker grabs Lesnar and hits him with a powerbomb, not quite a last ride, but still impressive.

Taker waits for Lesnar to stand, and he shoulders him. Taker hits the tombstone, and he pins Lesnar, but Lesnar kicks out at two, and Taker looks worried.

Undertaker sits straight up. He drags his thumb across his throat, then picks Lesnar up. Taker shoulders Lesnar, but Lesnar counters, getting Taker over his shoulders again. Lesnar hits a third F5, and gets the three count.

Winner: Brock Lesnar

Fans are completely in shock, and there are many, many dropped jaws. It's like the air completely went out of the SuperDome. Fans are not happy with the outcome of this match.

Crowd shots continue to show people saying 'Wow!' or simply shaking their head. Lesnar walks to the back with Heyman telling Brock how great he is. Lesnar raises his hands high, and Taker is still laid out in the ring.

Taker sits up slowly, then falls to his back. He sits up again, and fans are chanting, and clapping for the dead man. Taker gets to his knees, and slowly makes it up to his feet.

The announcer's, and fans all stand to clap for Taker. Lots of 'Thank you Taker' chants from the crowd, as 21-1 is shown on screens around the arena.

Taker walks slowly to the back. Fans are cheering for Taker, but still seem completely in shock. You have to wonder what this means for a possible match against Sting at Mania 31. Taker's music plays, and he walks slowly into the fog.

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  1. Radical Rex 6 April, 2014 at 18:23 Reply

    These audio problems have been going strong for a few minutes now. WWE needs to get on that before the pre-show ends.

  2. John 6 April, 2014 at 18:48 Reply

    If i lived in the States, I’m not sure I would trust the Network tonight. I think the majority will get through the show fine, but there is definitely going to be a lot of people who will have a rough experience.

  3. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 19:04 Reply

    I’m optimistic so far about the network handling the load even with the minor audio issues earlier, but one tiny hiccup can have huge repercussions for people continuing their sub past the initial 6 month. No matter what happens…..WELCOME….TO WRESTLEMANIA!!!

  4. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 19:33 Reply

    interesting booking, I woulda used that rock,stonecold,hogan deal to amp up for the andre…..there is NO amping needed for Bryan v HHH

  5. David Jr. 6 April, 2014 at 19:36 Reply

    Last time Daniel Bryan started off Wrestlemania it was 18 seconds long. here’s hoping this one is longer.

  6. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 19:38 Reply

    Look, i’m not one for always wanting swerves, but i wouldn’t mind a Vinnie Mac comeback to make it a fatal four way for the title so then Bryan could have beaten 3 “A+” players

  7. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 19:45 Reply

    Ricardo Rodriguez’s face was priceless, it clearly looked as if he was in relief it finally wasn’t the Spanish table first….

  8. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 20:00 Reply

    Hey guys am I seeing things or are there 8 commentators there tonight. The Main Commentators, The Spanish Announcers and 2 other guys. Can anyone tell me who those guys are?

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:06 Reply

      I’d personally take a Mike Tyson right hand, cause it would knock me out and I won’t feel anything, but you feel the effects of the Steph Slap….

  9. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 20:06 Reply

    I think the match may still turn into a Fatal 4 Way. Triple H says Daniel can’t compete and puts himself in the match and Daniel comes out during the main event. I dunno I am not gonna speculate. Let’s see how it goes

  10. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:08 Reply

    Guess we aren’t gonna get a chance to get ready to suck it……hope we’re all down with that….

  11. BlazeKing 6 April, 2014 at 20:10 Reply

    Hope Shield wins, but I have no love for Roman Reigns personally. He’s a d^&% in person. He let his fame get to his head.

  12. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 20:14 Reply

    Honestly, logically that’s the way that match should have gone. The SHIELD is way out of the NAOs league

  13. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:17 Reply

    first bit of lag….couldn’t come at a better time! this is a joke match. I mean Brad Maddox was in it….

  14. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 20:20 Reply

    Cesaro is in there. My pick is Cesaro partly because I think he is awesome and partly cause of his face turn earlier

  15. Stoney 6 April, 2014 at 20:26 Reply

    Fandango eliminates Big E. Guess he is the next challenger for the IC championship.

    And Cesaros uppercut on Rey was sick

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:37 Reply

      I’m with ya on that, just hit 7:37 central time and we only have 3 and a half matches left, they must be banking on a longer Taker v Beast match than I thought could go……

    • Austin 6 April, 2014 at 20:42 Reply

      Yea so far the matches have been short. They’re probably going to make cena vs Wyatt and taker vs lesnar like 45 min

  16. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:43 Reply

    I’m sorry….Bray freaks me out in a good way….but Harper’s eyes…..they just creep me out!

  17. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:45 Reply

    Ok prediction time: The French Announcers table has been reserved for Taker/Brock and the Spanish table is reserved for Bray v Cena leaving the main announcer table for the main event to finish it off.

    • David Jr. 6 April, 2014 at 21:04 Reply

      Two years ago it was the Yes chant started, last year fandangoing, this year he’s got the whole word in his hands.

  18. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 20:55 Reply

    Bray’s psychology in this match has been so good far. He is learning the art of telling a story in the ring with his matches. He can only get better from here on in in his career

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 20:57 Reply

      i love whats going on IN the ring, but lets not overlook how there’s extra icing on this match by the two animals waiting for the scraps left by the master on the outside of the ring

  19. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 21:06 Reply

    However, if Bray won this program would have had to continue, this was the perfect setup to him turning on the new champion Bryan after the main event and joining the authority!

  20. Stoney 6 April, 2014 at 21:07 Reply

    Super Cena overcomes the odds again, I hope this feud continues at the next ppv and Wyatt gets the win.

    • Orion 6 April, 2014 at 21:08 Reply

      I’m with you on that. There was a good story told in that match. I would love to see it grow and evolve.

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:12 Reply

      Super Cena actually showed flaws tonight, should they continue with this program, it could definitely be one for the books.

    • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 21:10 Reply

      The elements are in place for it. Creative would not have the guts to follow through however

        • Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 21:15 Reply

          They should turn him on Bryan right after Bryan wins the title, or CM Punk turns on Bryan after Bryan wins the title!

          • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:16

            Still clinging to some CM punk hope huh? I feel for ya and hope you get that wish someday, but they are doing right tonight and showing the future of the company.

  21. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:13 Reply

    Scott looks good compared to the last time I saw him in person. DDP is doing some really good stuff.

  22. Radical Rex 6 April, 2014 at 21:15 Reply

    Cena winning clean seems like the most pointless ending they could have done for that match. I really hope they have good things planned for this rivalry down the road to make up for it.

  23. Rayner Chee-bai 6 April, 2014 at 21:19 Reply

    OMG Cena over Bray clean WTF why can’t they just let The Wyatts have their Mania winning moment?

  24. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:36 Reply

    dunno what it is, but everytime i watch a Brock Lesnar match, I get a craving for Jimmy Johns…….

  25. Orion 6 April, 2014 at 21:36 Reply

    Can we please have a Taker match at WM that doesn’t involve him fighting on a bad leg the whole match.

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:41 Reply

      Can’t see it happening, the broken streak should be used to elevate someone because it will live forever.

      • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 21:43 Reply

        Risk of that is the superstar fails to meet the expectation required devaluing the streak. Lesnar’s a UFC world champion he is the most credible person to end the streak and can use it to springboard himself as a monster again remember he is on a 2 year contract.

  26. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 21:50 Reply

    I probably should amend my previous questions….what is the over/under on false finishes for this match lol

    • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 21:52 Reply

      I can see another f5 but maybe only one tombstone but then again there is now the annual tombstone kick out tradition.

  27. Ty 6 April, 2014 at 21:58 Reply

    It had to end sometime, I’ll agree with Paul Heyman, in an interview this weekend he stated that if Brock were to win, that does nothing to bring down Takers previous 21 wins.

    • Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 22:00 Reply

      It does everything to them. Undertaker has wrestled his final match, or should have because the streak was the reason he came back…

  28. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:00 Reply

    You’re telling me…Shawn Michaels……Triple H…..4 awesome matches couldn’t do it….but Brock Lesnar can?

  29. Kleck 6 April, 2014 at 22:00 Reply

    What the hell! WHY did they end it? Time to retire? Brock Lesnar…really?

    I hope Taker made the call to end it. That’s all I have to say…what a legend

  30. Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese 6 April, 2014 at 22:00 Reply

    That wasn’t even a great match. What a disgrace to end the streak like this.

  31. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:00 Reply

    Congratulations Undertaker on a fantastic (still) wm record and year after year putting his body on the line even now he is broken but this is Brock Lesnars moment thoroughly deserved man to end the streak.

    Thank you Taker
    Congratulations Brock

    • BigMike 6 April, 2014 at 22:25 Reply

      Brock does not deserve this he is a bully punk ass who cried his way out of UFC when he could not do it anymore and only wants a paycheck; no desire, just greed; WWE is now officially a joke. Thank you HHH for causing millions of subscribers to officially end their subscription

  32. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:02 Reply

    Well now Sting has nothing to come to WWE for, Undertaker just wrestled his last match, and we have to hope Daniel Bryan can win the title.

  33. Craig (RIP WWE) 6 April, 2014 at 22:02 Reply

    Undertaker Loses WTF WWE Sucks Ass I’m now finished with WWE!! As soon as this ppv is over that’s it so bye everyone nice know u all!!!!!!!

    • Orion 6 April, 2014 at 22:05 Reply

      Everyone loses their way into retirement. I think we were all in denial that it wouldn’t happen to Taker.

  34. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 22:04 Reply

    I’m fine with the streak ending, but it should have been ended by someone who would have gained from it… Brock gets nothing out of this… He was a beast already. This is something that could have made someone’s career… And Brock doesn’t deserve to beat the streak… He is a part-timer….

      • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:07 Reply

        Taker obviously did, there has to be a bigger picture in mind. I’m sticking to that story so I can actually sleep tonight. My hero…my idol…Shawn Michaels….had 2 KILLER matches….but didn’t get it done. They both told 2 fantastic stories and I would not trade either match for the world….so for taker to lose to Brock, there MUST be more to come.

  35. Orion 6 April, 2014 at 22:04 Reply

    Lesnar needs to go full time now and get a title shot. Because after beating Taker that’s the only thing that makes sense now.

  36. Whammaster 6 April, 2014 at 22:05 Reply

    I’m still in shock. Like holy shit did that just happen? i thought it was a false finish, with a rewind to prove taker kicked out. Why Brock though? why not a young talent. If taker wanted to retire why not give the bragging rights to a up and coming talent. Seems foolish. Now Sting has nothing in WWE to come to unless its going to be Sting v Brock =|

  37. Ty 6 April, 2014 at 22:06 Reply

    Damn, some of y’all need to call the waaaaaa-mbulance. I’ve watched wrestling for 26 years and this isn’t going to stop me from watching more.

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:08 Reply

      Riot…no, but they will have a hard time selling the network becuase they will have lost some faith.

        • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:09 Reply

          Not gonna lie…that was NWO formation worthy. I’m shocked the ring wasn’t litered with garbage. But in the end, ther has to be a bigger plan.

  38. Evon Callaway Bitterweed Reese 6 April, 2014 at 22:08 Reply

    Now we get to watch AJ do the crazy chick for the hundredth time? If the streak was going to end it should have been the last match.

  39. TB rickert 6 April, 2014 at 22:09 Reply

    Taker always said the streak should end and he was going to pick who would end it. This was his call and let’s face the match was bad. Taker can’t do it physically anymore, no shame, he’s still one of the greats

    • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:10 Reply

      And his streak has been ended by the right person Brock’s WWE and UFC pedigree means the Undertakers reputation is secured and safe.

      • BigMike 6 April, 2014 at 22:23 Reply

        Brock’s pedigree? he got lucky in UFC with a borderline illegal punch to the back of Couture;s head to get the title and then after getting his ass handed to him by Cain and then Overeem(( and Reem made him quit in under 3 minutes)) then Brock comes back for money; not passion or respect for the business. All Brock cares about is himself and money and for this to happen is a damn crime

  40. Zack 6 April, 2014 at 22:09 Reply

    I swear people are getting up and leaving. The atmosphere in this place has completely changed. No one cares about this divas match. I’m still in shock. If he’s retiring he should’ve retired undefeated and Brock lesner did not deserve to break the streak

  41. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 22:09 Reply

    The only way WWE ends the streak is if Taker told them this was it and he approved it. I expect a retirement speech tomorrow on Raw

  42. Ty 6 April, 2014 at 22:10 Reply

    All Taker is showing is that the business is bigger than him, not the other way around. He did the right thing.

  43. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:11 Reply

    Taker got to chose his opponent…and what are we all doing right now. Talking about it. What will happen tomorrow…it will be talked about. What will happen next week…it will be talked about. You all just saw a wrestlemania moment, now it may not be what we wanted or expected, but it had to happen sometime.

    • Mandy 6 April, 2014 at 22:17 Reply

      I loved it! Its just too bad the WWE isn’t making good use of this, Brie should’ve won the title but no AJ keeps it and the boring reign continues

  44. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:12 Reply

    I had no problem with the streak ending but whoever booked this match afterwards should be fired immediately a disgrace to the institution that is the streak. Total Diva’s = Total shambles.

    p.s the Kid Rock song is god awful.

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:12 Reply

      Actually…the crowd is STILL in shock….they needed this time to collect themselves and find their YES again

      • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:13 Reply

        The streak match should have ended the show to make it credible that it could have ended.

        • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:14 Reply

          Nah, since the streak didn’t end, we haven’t seen the last of the dead man. If it ended the show….he’s done. We need the yes movement to send the crowd home happy….*fingers crossed*

  45. Mandy 6 April, 2014 at 22:15 Reply

    I’m sick of AJ’s title reign, its become pointless. I was hoping someone else would win, anyone else at this point

  46. Zack 6 April, 2014 at 22:16 Reply

    After reading some comments I feel a little bit better about undertaker losing. It’s still shocking though. But I can say I was there when undertakers streak ended.

  47. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:18 Reply

    I think AJ will make her 1 year reign and then drop it to someone. If Creative were smart they would use the time to properly build up a Non Total Diva Challenger (Emma possibly) to take the belt off of AJ after she crosses the 1 year mark

      • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:22 Reply

        That would be awesome. In a perfect world both Emma and Paige would be built up as proper challengers for the Divas Title instead of Total Divas Fodder, but its WWE Creative we are talking about……

  48. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:18 Reply

    Say what you will about Boreton’s promos and mic work now and then….I really like this song.

      • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:22 Reply

        oh i love his work period…mic…all of it, I just keep getting people calling him boreton when they talk about him to me….so I just put that there. I’ve enjoyed everything….well…almost everything. Didn’t see his movies lol

  49. BigMike 6 April, 2014 at 22:19 Reply

    Great for Cesaro but WTF? Brock ending Taker’s streak? I know they are friends but COME ON!!!! a part timer who only cares about money and does not give 2 shits about the business is allowed to end the streak? WTF? WWE just lost millions of fans

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:21 Reply

      I disagree, because it brought out that emotion from you. WWE just won. The streak may or may not had to have been broken, but only Taker knew if they could keep that streak going credibly. Taker made the call, he picked his friend. Its the same for HBK to retire(semi) Ric Flair….granted there was no streak combined on it but really….do we really talk about the streak 365 days a year…no only around wrestlemania time. It will be ok.

  50. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:21 Reply

    This could either go really really well or really really bad I wonder which one WWE creative has gone for.

  51. Orion 6 April, 2014 at 22:23 Reply

    Pimping tickets to the next PPV. Haha. You guys pissed off a lot of people. That might not have been the best spot for that.

  52. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 22:24 Reply

    If Bryan wins and Cena doesn’t come out to celebrate and turn heel, WWE is missing a huge opportunity….

    • Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:25 Reply

      maybe not cena…but someone…..anyone….there is a huge opportunity. As long as they don’t claim 2 champs and split the title tonight.

  53. Scott 6 April, 2014 at 22:25 Reply

    Im serious…..Bryan better win this match cause if he doesnt go over, I see network subscriptions being canceled

  54. Mandy 6 April, 2014 at 22:26 Reply

    After the upset with Taker, WWE would be foolish not to give the title to Bryan. Bryan needs to stop being screwed over.

  55. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:29 Reply

    Crowd is just dead it was a bad mistake to put this match last it could have been electric.

    • Mandy 6 April, 2014 at 22:30 Reply

      I agree, they should’ve left Taker’s match for last instead of delivering a shock like that midway. The crowd now has no interest in the rest of the matches which is sad because this is a good match so far.

  56. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:29 Reply

    In the end it was Taker’s call to end the streak. He always maintained that he did not want to retire undefeated. And there is no shame in having him lose to a legitimate beast in Brock Lesnar, rather than someone like say I dunno Cena? I would respect Taker’s call and thank him for some awesome memories at Wrestlemania

  57. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:32 Reply

    Lets face it, the streak was actually becoming too much. Think of the hype it sets up for each year….you HAVE to top the last one….it HAS to be bigger and better…..and that pressure is just too much for any one person to carry all year long.

  58. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:35 Reply

    Taker did not look at his best during the match too. Let’s be honest. Again no shame in losing to Lesnar. Creative needs to follow through and start booking Lesnar like a take no prisoners beast.

    • Tom Mayer 6 April, 2014 at 22:36 Reply

      No, Lesnar needs to respect the business and work the dates that would justify this kind of honor, and money.

      • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:40 Reply

        Who say’s he doesn’t respect the business? He had success in both the Wrestling and UFC Worlds. He is a student of the game. He knows both wrestling and MMA moves. WWE has just been criminally underbooking him in the past

          • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:41

            What about the Rock did money not influence him? cough hollywood.

          • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:44

            You were bashing Brock about money I’m just saying it has influenced many a wrestler. Would you have had a problem with the Rock ending the streak?

          • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:46

            Undertaker was comfortable with handing the streak to someone he trusted and we should respect his call

          • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:47

            And what if the up and comers push failed the Miz beat Cena at mania where is he now? Dolph, Ryder you can’t trust someone new to get such an honour Lesnar is already proven.

          • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:43

            Rock found success outside of the WWE. He is enjoying what he is doing and is having success doing it. I have no qualms about the Rock either.

          • Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:45

            Lesnar has just become more business savvy and realised that the WWE needs to pay him what he is worth. Lesnar’s people made sure that he gets top billing and was not going to play 2nd fiddle to anyone in the PG Era. I think WWE got some revenge on him creatively by booking him poorly since his return.

  59. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 22:38 Reply

    The one thing I will criticise about the streak match was the build there was very little just one face to face confrontation no build up about their UFC toe to toe or past classic matches the match hype was just based on the two wrestlers in the ring.

  60. AB 6 April, 2014 at 22:52 Reply

    And tomorrow night on RAW, he gets stripped of the title for some reason.

    But for now, what else can you say but…YES! YES! YES!

  61. ldb 6 April, 2014 at 22:53 Reply

    Won’t they just find a way to strip him of the title like before? I m still not to big on the reign. Bryan last reigns combined for less time than brayden walkers career in wwe.

    • Snap 7 April, 2014 at 00:21 Reply

      Not that I’m not happy Bryan won the strap, but this is what I was saying through the build to WrestleMania. They’ve screwed over Daniel Bryan too often that people are more tentative and have a “wait and see” mindset before they let themselves get behind it.

      I’m hoping Bryan gets a decent run out of this.

  62. Stephen Cash 6 April, 2014 at 22:55 Reply

    I honestly have a problem if they don’t strip him of the title because logically they should. That’s way Cena turning made sense… The authority comes out on Raw to strip him, but Cena says no I can just beat him.

  63. Avalanchian 6 April, 2014 at 22:56 Reply

    Guess we have seen the last of the Undertaker. He has nothing special to him anymore now. I wouldn’t even care if there was a Sting vs Taker match it just would feel empty.

  64. Navin T. Ramkissoon 6 April, 2014 at 22:57 Reply

    WWE recovered from the shambolic mess that WM30 was initially shaping up to be and delivered a solid Mania that topped last years in my book.

  65. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 22:58 Reply

    Sting never said he wanted his last match for the streak. He just wanted his last match with the Undertaker……I wouldn’t mind that match taking place at Summerslam or Survivor Series and then put them BOTH in the 2015 HoF

  66. Orion 6 April, 2014 at 22:59 Reply

    Good PPV. I’m sad about Undertaker but the show was good. Lot of intriguing story lines developing from this.

  67. Austin 6 April, 2014 at 23:00 Reply

    I haven’t been that glued to a match in a while. That was a great main event and it had me on the edge of my seat. That’s how you end wrestlemania

  68. ldb 6 April, 2014 at 23:00 Reply

    This mania just didn’t have that epic feel going in or out. Glad Bryan got the belt, but for how long this time? Sad to see Taker lose to Brock, but not our call to make. A thrown together undercard just felt blah. To me the best part of the night was Cesaro finally turning and getting a win at mania in one night. Hope they don’t drop the ball with him.

    • cesaro 6 April, 2014 at 23:03 Reply

      Not trolling, honestly but I can’t believe the outrage over a segment on a scripted TV show. One of the actors “lost” his “match”…

      • ldb 6 April, 2014 at 23:05 Reply

        I understand that. Yeah they are “actors” but the outrage is because of how well Mark made us love his character to the point no one was ready to give up the streak. Really a great wrestler with and enduring gimmick. I know my inside teenager wasn’t ready for that yet.

      • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 23:07 Reply

        What about movies do you not get emotional over them. Its a passionate sport for both performers and fans so its the least to expect.

  69. Radical Rex 6 April, 2014 at 23:06 Reply

    I know a lot of people didn’t have high hopes leading up to Mania this year, but I thought that was a great show. I’d probably give it a 7.5 or 8 out of 10. Can’t wait for RAW tomorrow.

    • Gio 6 April, 2014 at 23:37 Reply

      I believe that when people have high hopes for something, you can bet more people will be disappointed than if you have low hopes for something. Take for example Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, i had very low expectations much lower than any WWE game, and Trearc blew my mind with everything.

  70. Paul Jameson 6 April, 2014 at 23:09 Reply

    I’m sad for one streak to end, but they pushed and elevated Cesaro, Face Fortified the Shield, Gave Validation for Bray Wyatt and still appeased the possibility of Punk should he ever want to come back by letting his fiance keep her belt. Oh and the Uso’s got to have something at WM even though they shoulda been on the main card. It was a great show mainly cause we didn’t have a reappearance of the Orange Singlet…..it can always get worse ladies and gentlemen.

  71. Radical Rex 6 April, 2014 at 23:11 Reply

    Also, the Network did great for me tonight. Audio problems on the pre-show had me worried, but there were no problems from the Tag Title match onwards.

  72. Rayner Chee-bai 6 April, 2014 at 23:13 Reply

    …and when I thought Wyatt losing to Cena was the worst of the night, out comes Brock Lesnar. And people still wondering why Punk left?

  73. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 23:13 Reply

    I see bestwrestlemania trending yes it was good Bryan winning, the streak, cena Bray, Cesaro finally being pushed but the lowercard sucked.

    Great Wrestlemania but for me Wrestlemania 17 is still the best.

  74. Dustyn 6 April, 2014 at 23:17 Reply

    If tonight you were happy, excited,sad, crying, angry, or pissed off, then WWE did their job. They did what they set out to do. They entertained us, they played with our emotions, and gave us memories (one in particular) that we will NEVER forget.

  75. Mandy 6 April, 2014 at 23:18 Reply

    After the disaster PPVs WWE has had of late, I’d say they redeemed themselves with Wrestlemania. Yes Undertaker losing shocked many but there were some really solid matches and fans got their money’s worth. I am happy Cesaro is getting the push he deserved and loved when Big Show shook his hand out of respect

  76. The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 23:19 Reply

    I hate when I hear older people say oh I’ll never forget the moment Kennedy was shot, but tonight man I understand. Watching the streak end like that its something they will be talking about decades down the line. Wrestling History.

    • John 6 April, 2014 at 23:58 Reply

      Wait, did you seriously just compare the assassination of an active American president to the result of a scripted wrestling match? My mind is blown!!

      • The Brock Lesnar Experience 7 April, 2014 at 00:01 Reply

        Yes just look at the reaction of the fans they are stunned at what happened as is every poster on here what I am saying is people who witnessed the assassination will never ever forget it, it was an I was there I saw it moment. For us wrestling fans what happened tonight will be the same.

      • BIG M 7 April, 2014 at 00:28 Reply

        I honestly can’t believe they decided to end the streak.
        I never thought in a million years that would EVER Happen.
        I said before that I thought this would be Taker’s last match.
        But I never thought he would go under.
        For 22 years of my life there were four things I could count on to never change.
        1. The Essendon Football club would always hold the record for most AFL Premierships.
        2. My Celtic decent would always result in an inability to ever Tan.
        3. My knack for somehow always hooking up with Women who have some serious Daddy issues.
        And 4. Undertaker would never go under at WrestleMania.

  77. Andrew McCluskey 6 April, 2014 at 23:21 Reply

    Absolutely loved the show. I’ve only been watching the series as a whole since WM25 and this is definitely the most I’ve enjoyed watching it with all the storylines in context. The preshow match was great, Cesaro winning the battle royale was unexpected and great, Cena vs Wyatt and D-Bry vs Triple H were stellar, the final match was perfect and everyone involved in it shined, and no matter what the circumstances of the booking, the streak ending dropped my jaw for… well, pretty much throughout the divas match. Really looking forward to Raw tomorrow!

    • Radical Rex 6 April, 2014 at 23:25 Reply

      Back when Batista won the Rumble, they probably intended for him to win at Mania. Keep in mind that Bryan was just going to fight Sheamus at the time.

  78. King A sshole 6 April, 2014 at 23:50 Reply

    Congrats to Danielson, I guess. I didn’t really watch the last hour. I know I shouldn’t be this emotional over a wrestling match, but the Undertaker was a big part of my childhood, his gong has been the reason I watch for about ten years now. And here is the real stupid part, there was a time, when I didn’t have anything but wrestling, my family life was in shambles, my girlfriend was pregnant, and ended up, her and her family just left and I still haven’t seen the kid, and I was thinking about ending it, but there was something about wrestling that kept me going. I’d like to think that it was the fact that I could escape for a few hours and not worry about anything for a short period of time. And the Undertaker was a big part of that, he could make you believe, and no matter what he always came out ahead in the end. I made 130000 last year, am putting my sister through college, live in a two story house amd drive a really sweet Chevy SS, if it wasn’t for wrestling and Taker, I know I wouldn’t have been around to do any of that. And it’s not that he lost, it’s that he lost to a greedy, selfish, disrespectful scumbag, like Lesnar. I might watch his Hall of Fame Induction, and maybe his retirement speech, but I don’t see any reason to keep watching. My sister, Cynthia, has already asked me to cancel the subscription and I’m not going to resign in five months. So goodbye everyone, the King is watching Bones and the Following tomorrow night.

    • The Brock Lesnar Experience 6 April, 2014 at 23:54 Reply

      You won’t even make an effort to see your own child and yet you call Lesnar a disrespectful scumbag? Your name perfectly describes you.

      • The Brock Lesnar Experience 7 April, 2014 at 00:39 Reply

        I can’t reply to your comment so I will to my own. Sorry I got completely the wrong idea what you typed was a bit vague and I completely jumped in and got the wrong end of the stick. I think ridiculous when a parent walks away on their child and took it this was what happened here but obviously I was wrong. Once again my apologies.

        • King A sshole 7 April, 2014 at 00:49 Reply

          Accepted and agreed, the thought of a parent walking out on their responsibility is sickening, because I know what I would do to see my kid for the first time. And I think they deleted my last comment, I may have said something over the line. I’m not sorry if I did. Just look at my name.

  79. John 7 April, 2014 at 00:04 Reply

    Did anyone else find the ending of WrestleMania 30 with Daniel Bryan eerily similar to the ending of WrestleMania 20 with Chris Benoit? Two internet fan favourites who were held back for years because of the way they looked finally get there big moment! Not to mention the similar finishes. (Both triple-threat matches, ending in submission with virtually identical holds.)

    • Rayner Chee-bai 7 April, 2014 at 00:17 Reply

      …minus the post match celebration with each others the other details pretty much spooks me out

  80. kingdook24 7 April, 2014 at 00:25 Reply

    Tonight, we saw an End of an Era, and the Start of a New Beginning.

    I just want to thank WWE for a great show. Everyone, especially the Undertaker and Daniel Bryan for an amazing show tonight. The reactions from the Taker/Lesnar match – everyone after the 3 count: Lesnar. Heyman. The Fans. The reactions from the announce booth. Even the bellringer didn’t ring the bell after the 3 count!

    The outcome was “crowd-deadening”.


    As if someone had just died.

    I couldn’t believe that after 22 years, 21 straight victories on the Grandest Stage of them All… The Undertaker had lost. I seriously wanna know who greenlit this decision. I want to know their thought process as to why they decided to give Lesnar the rub to end the streak of all streaks. Where does Lesnar go from here? What happens with the Undertaker? The outcome brings more questions than anything.

    And Bryan finally climbing the mountain “officially” and become champion. No screwjobs. No fake refs. Just Bryan winning cleanly… well, as clean as you can get. LOL. I personally don’t even count the first 2 title reigns since than only lasted less than 24 hours. Now that he has the strap, I’m excited to see Bryan do everything in his power to KEEP the strap from the Authority.

  81. The Brock Lesnar Experience 7 April, 2014 at 00:28 Reply

    Wow I mean who comes out first tomorrow Undertaker, Bryan, Lesnar? you would assume Taker and as much of a Brock Lesnar fan as I am I hope he and Heyman don’t interrupt the segment tomorrow for heel heat its not needed Taker deserves the ring to himself and full adulation from the fans.

  82. Craig 7 April, 2014 at 00:39 Reply

    Was the streak ending an accident or was it legit a website is saying Brock fucked with the script?? I Spose we will have to wait for raw!! Yeah I know I said I wasn’t watching anymore but Bryan winning kept me here temporally and I wanna see what happens with take and the streak

  83. K kcin 7 April, 2014 at 02:05 Reply

    Easily the greatest wrestlemania in recent memory maybe ever. I know a lot of you aren’t very smart and can’t appreciate this night for what it was and I feel sorry you but man so many moments and a brand new era ushered in. That shock of the streak ending, Daniel Bryan finally getting his moment and Cesaro having his breakthrough moment. What else is there to say? Just an incredible night.

  84. Chris 7 April, 2014 at 04:45 Reply

    What everyone needs to remember is this would’ve been takers decision 100%, he always said he would end it. Personally I don’t think lesnar was the right guy but then who would’ve been? Everyone says could’ve been a way to build someone. Someone on a build would get buried by the fans and never forgiven for ending it. With lesnar it’s a way of accepting it and maybe taker giving lesnar respect. Personally i think it opens the door for one last match for taker and that’s nxt yr with sting. People wouldn’t believe sting could come in and end the streak, look at last nights crowd they weren’t into the match cause didn’t see lesnar as a realistic threat like a hbk or punk. This way sting comes in challanges taker, one last match for both guys and it’s open as there’s no “streak” hanging over the match.

    • Chris 7 April, 2014 at 04:49 Reply

      Expect taker to come out on raw tonight and sting to appear, taker is an old school guy and would go out with a loss, but this decision last night would’ve been his like he always said he would end it. After the quality of the match maybe wrong decision but who is anyone to question takers call.

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