During the WWE WrestleMania 30 results, the most shocking moment of the night saw Brock Lesnar end The Undertaker's legendary undefeated streak. Instead of leaving Mania with a record of 22-0, "The Deadman" would walk out of the ring with a stat of 22-1 at WrestleMania shown up on the screen. Brock Lesnar, guided by Paul Heyman, was finally the one to break the streak, despite huge gambling odds against him doing so.
According to a FORBES report from April 7, the online sports betting site Bovada was offering bets on WrestleMania 30 matches ahead of the event. Among them were huge odds in favor of Undertaker winning last night against Brock Lesnar. The odds were as high as -5000 for Undertaker as of Saturday afternoon, after first opening at -3000. However, about 45 minutes before the start of WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view on TV and live online, the line had dropped to -1200, as if there were some insiders or smart gamblers putting wagers on the opponent to win. The line moved back up to around -2500 ten minutes before the pay-per-view started.
The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar match went on the program third-to last. Prior to that, there hadn’t been a whole lot of surprises during the PPV, with the exception of The Rock showing up to join Hulk Hogan and Stone Cold Steve Austin in the ring to start the show, and of course Cesaro picking up Big Show to dump him out of the ring to win the Andre the Giant 30-man Memorial Battle Royal. However, the Taker-Lesnar matchup result brought serious shock to fans in attendance. For moments there were looks of confusion, anger, sadness and absolute shock among the fans in attendance. There was serious disbelief over the result, with many in the audience wondering if it was a premature finish, or an accident. Even the referee and commentators seemed confused. It’s likely fans viewing on TV around the world felt the same way.
The word now is that this may have been it for The Undertaker, as this could have been his final match, not only at Mania, but for WWE. Some believed John Cena or even Sting, who has yet to compete in WWE, would be the one to break the streak. However, there’s been rumors of ongoing health and medical concerns plaguing Taker, so it simply may have been time to hang it up. Some believe he could have passed the torch to a newer star rather than a part-timer like Brock Lesnar, but clearly this was a decision Undertaker is willing to live with. His career has still been stellar should Sunday night's surprise go down as his final match, making the only loss on an impressive Wrestlemania record.
WWE fans, do you believe that was Undertaker’s final match for WWE? Will he wrestle at WrestleMania again?
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