After four years of grueling bouts, lets have the Undertaker defeat someone easy for number 19, setting up the epic battle for 20-0.
Any young stars defeating the Undertaker at WrestleMania will become an instant legend.
The critics of the streak complain the Undertaker has not faced enough quality opponents to merit it being such a big deal. The critics point out the Deadman never faced Angle, Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold, or the Rock at WrestleMania. Looking at the overall talent the Undertaker has faced at WrestleMania, the streak has merit.
The Deadman has defeated four members of Evolution, a 16 time World champion in three different organizations, two members of D-X, and three legends of the 1980's. 10 of the 15 opponents are former World champions, that's 66 percent of his opponents, a pretty impressive record.
So who will be the one to end the Streak, or will the Undertaker retire undefeated at WrestleMania?
A few years ago one could have made the case to have Brock Lesnar break it, but Lesnar's heart was not one to carry the company.
Rumors are that Goldberg is in talks to return to the ring in the WWE. This could make a good match for the Undertaker, but Bill is not going to beat the streak.
The next logical opponent for the Deadman is John Cena. Cena is the face of the WWE so lets get him into the WrestleMania match up versus the Undertaker.
Young stars such as Ziggler, Morrison, Dibiase, MVP, and McEntyre have been mentioned to defeat the streak. If Ric Flair, HBK, HHH, Randy Orton, Big Show, and Edge could not get the job done, then what makes anyone believe a former Nitro boy, a cheerleader, or a million dollar son can do the impossible.
Chris Jericho could be a possibility, but he has accomplished so much in his career, so what would beating the Undertaker add to it?