Vince McMahon Doesn't Value Undertaker's Wrestlemania Streak Like Fans Do
"Beauty is the in the eye of the beholder."
To fans, the Undertaker's undefeated streak at Wrestlemania might be the highest of honor in professional wrestling. Some view that as something sacred, something that should never be touched.
Not everyone feels that way.
Unfortunately for those fans, the one person that has the most control over that streak is also the one person that doesn't put it on a pedestal.
In terms of prestige and honor, the undefeated streak means absolutely nothing to Vince McMahon. He fully understands that the honor is one that he created. He can put an end to it whenever he wants and he can try to recreate it again.
The only value that the undefeated streak has to McMahon is for marketing purposes.
McMahon knows that the undefeated streak means a lot to the WWE universe. He knows that they will pay big money to watch Wrestlemania if he can come up with an opponent that is a legitimate threat to actually beat the Undertaker.
That's the reason why he's willing to throw a ridiculous amount of money at MMA star and former WWE champion Brock Lesnar.
With that in mind, McMahon would gladly put an end to the streak if he felt that he can some money off of it.
Jack Windham is the lead writer at WrestlingRevealed.com.
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