Ending The Streak: Why WWE Needs to End The Streak at Wrestlemania 29

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Ending The Streak: Why WWE Needs to End The Streak at Wrestlemania 29
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For 23 years, the legend of the Undertaker's iconic WrestleMania streak has been slowly built. Since 2001, the record has been acknowledged. Since 2005, the aura surrounding it has achieved a level surpassing almost every other storyline in the company.

As a lifelong Undertaker fan, it pains me to say this, but here goes: In 2013, The Streak needs to end, and CM Punk is the best candidate for the job.

In the coming days, I will write a separate article detailing why I believe there are only three viable candidates (John Cena, Randy Orton and CM Punk) to end The Streak and why CM Punk is the best candidate for ending The Streak. But why does The Streak need to end?

There are several reasons, but here are the four most prominent ones.

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