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The Undertaker Says Bray Wyatt Should’ve Ended The Streak, Nic Nemeth Talks WM 27 Match

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On a recent edition of his “Six Feet Under” podcast, The Undertaker stated that Bray Wyatt should’ve been the one to end his undefeated streak at WrestleMania.

The Undertaker defeated Wyatt at WrestleMania 31, a year after Brock Lesnar ended the streak at WrestleMania 30.

‘Taker said, If it wasn’t Roman [Reigns], I think the most logical person to break it would have been Bray Wyatt. I think probably of the three (Lesnar, Reigns, and Wyatt), it would have meant more to his career than even Roman’s. For Roman, it would have been very special but for Bray, when there were so many comparisons between the two characters and the darkness and the different things, for him to be able to have broke it would have been such a feather in his cap and something that could have extended the character of The Undertaker in a different capacity.”

On August 24, 2023, at the age of 36, Wyatt tragically passed away of a heart attack while asleep at his home in Clermont, Florida

Nic Nemeth (formerly Dolph Ziggler) teamed with LayCool against John Morrison, Trish Stratus, and Snooki at WrestleMania 27, and he reflected on the match during a recent appearance on Hornswoggle’s “Going Postl” podcast.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On being happy to be in the match: “I’ve been in matches where they go, ‘You’re gonna lose 28 of your 29 minutes and we’re gonna cut you off the show.’ This was a, ‘We’re fighting to be on the show, we’re in a thing with a celebrity, no matter what happens they got to send this out there.’”

On the bout being cut down: “They said, ‘You have 20 minutes for a match’ and then it was cut down to 15, then it was cut down to 10, then they said, ‘Can we get a bell and you guys go to the finish?’ And Nitro and I did that, and the women had their match that they planned.”

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