WWE: The 8 Most Likely Candidates to End the Undertaker's Undefeated Streak

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WWE: The 8 Most Likely Candidates to End the Undertaker's Undefeated Streak
The Undertaker is now 20-0 at Wrestlemania. Will "The Streak" ever come to an end?

At WrestleMania XXVIII, The Undertaker defeated Triple H in a brutal Hell in a Cell match to bring his record at WrestleMania to 20-0.

As The Undertaker's career has wound down over the past few years, it seems "The Streak" is the primary point of focus for both him and his potential opponents. In fact, The Undertaker's last three PPV victories have come at Wrestlemania, as he has taken considerable time off over the past couple of years to deal with injuries and wear and tear.  

As someone who has been a huge fan of 'Taker for almost a quarter of a century, I would personally love nothing more than for him to finish his career undefeated at WrestleMania. But for business purposes, it simply doesn't make sense.

The Undertaker certainly doesn't need The Streak to justify his legacy. He certainly has had a Hall-of-Fame career with or without it, and his total number of WrestleMania victories is one that will forever remain the best in the business. Nobody else has even won half as many WrestleMania matches. 

However, t
he torch must be passed at some point. But to whom? Is anyone truly worthy? 

In the past four years, The Undertaker has defeated both Triple H and Shawn Michaels twice. Without a doubt they were both worthy opponents, but both were also on the downside of their careers as well, lowering the likelihood of either ending The Streak.

Assuming someone ends The Streak at some point, it needs to be someone who will remain with the WWE for the foreseeable future, so that the impact of defeating The Undertaker at WrestleMania can be maximized. Here are the eight wrestlers who I believe are most likely to end The Streak.

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