Undertaker's Wrestlemania Streak 16-1? No, 17-0 as Mr. Wrestlemania Is Silenced

Daltonio AlexanderCorrespondent IApril 6, 2009

All in all, I know not to believe The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania XXV was one of the greatest matches of all time.

It was debatebly fought between the two best ever to step foot in the ring.

Few words can thoroughly and properly describe the amazement that stuck my eyes as I watched.

I wouldn't describe myself as having the emotion of bias, however, I felt if anyone should end the Undertaker's legendary streak, it should be Shawn Michaels.

Nobody would describe the match as a failure by any means.

Both Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker had an even opportunity to leave the ring victorious toward its climax. The match was determined by the few theoretical possibilities that remained.

In layman's terms, whoever landed the final blow would walk out of Wrestlemania as the winner.

The match was so incredibly well-choreographed that I truly believed both Undertaker and the Heartbreak Kid were legitimitly injured to an incomprehensible degree during the match.

In the end, the Dead Man's streak will, unfortunately, continue. But, needless to say, he is a legend who rightfully earned the win tonight.

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All the more power to him.

To me, The Undertaker's Wrestlemania matches are similar to the Legacy's catch-phase: "They're simply born better".

I await his future matches in the hopes of witnessing more wrestling-perfection and who knows, could 17-0 become 18-0?

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