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Ted DiBiase Sr. recently spoke about The Undertaker's streak ending and more. Here are the highlights…

On Bray Wyatt and different characters: "I think [Mike Rotunda aka IRS] son, this Bray Wyatt is one of the best new characters that they've had in a long time. I really, really like it. I went back to work for them for a short time back in '06, and they said, "Watch the shows tell me what you think," and I said, ‘Everybody's the same.' You know, back then I said, ‘Everybody's bald head, tattooed, trying to be Stone Cold Steve Austin.' When I was there it was a variety of characters. You had the guy with the snake, you had the rich Snidely Whiplash- me, and then you had a hillbilly, you had a sumo wrestler, you had all these characters. So now, nobody wears a ring jacket anymore, everybody looks the same. So I think they're starting to get back to that and that's good."

On the Undertaker's Streak: "My personal feeling is that wasn't supposed to happen. I don't know for sure, I hadn't spoken to anybody that night, I haven't spoken to anybody since but, I was told, somebody said that when ‘Taker when he got back through the curtain, he collapsed. And I think that whatever the move was, I think he got knocked out and he didn't kick out because he was out. As I was watching it I saw the expression on [Paul Heyman]‘s face I thought, ‘Something ain't right.' So I really think that wasn't supposed to happen. If I were going to do it, the Streak was such a thing, a big deal with fans, I would either never beat him at WrestleMania or if I did beat him I would do it with somebody you're really gonna give a big push. Obviously, Brock's great, but he didn't need it."