WrestleMania XXIX: 5 Reasons Brock Lesnar Cannot Challenge Undertaker's Streak

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WrestleMania XXIX: 5 Reasons Brock Lesnar Cannot Challenge Undertaker's Streak

The Holy Grail of any wrestler's career is to end the Undertaker's streak at WrestleMania. Where once the World Title was enough, ending the streak is an instant ticket to superstardom. In recent times, the challengers have been a who's who of wrestling and yet no one has been able to beat the "Deadman" at the granddaddy of them all.

In many regards, the Undertaker has now retired, but the promise of one marquee match per year is enough for the WWE to bring him back to the ring. The match must, however, be a classic. Fail to deliver and the wrestling community is in an uproar for having wasted one of the Undertaker's last matches.

The WrestleMania XXV match with Shawn Michaels is arguable one of the greatest matches not only at WrestleMania, but in wrestling history. The drama was written with extreme emotion and suspense and had every wrestling fan on the edge of the seat.

It is hard to top that match, but as has been proven by the past three years, it is enough to get close in order to satisfy wrestling fans.

Ever since the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar's crossed paths after one of Lesnar's UFC fights, talk has been rife that they would next meet in the squared circle. However as this slideshow argues, Vince McMahon and creative should perhaps consider another option.

Brock Lesnar is a big star but does he warrant a show on the biggest stage with the phenom?

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