Vince McMahon Upset With Reaction To The Streak Ending

Ryan Clark April 13, 2014 4

Vince McMahon Upset With Reaction To The Streak Ending


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Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Vince McMahon and other WWE officials were not necessarily satisfied with the fan reaction after the finish for The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30.

The expected shock was there, however WWE was looking for a more appropriate reaction to the sendoff of The Undertaker.


  1. LFIEonDISPLAY98 April 13, 2014 at 10:51 pm - Reply

    Maybe it would have been more special of a send off to Taker if he maybe took a day to work out so he could at least look like he attempted to get into ring shape. I understand he got hurt pretty seriously very early on and was pretty banged up over the years. (Which if that’s you’re reason for not being able to work, Than maybe he shouldn’t of been in the ring to begin with that night for your own safety and for those you’re in the ring with). However, He honestly looked like complete crap from the get go that night. Plus, WWE didn’t really make it all that special when he lost. What did they really do post 3-count? A 21-1 sign on the titantron… they really went all out on that one. They made a way bigger deal when he won all the prior years than they did at WMXXX when he finally got beat. It was a little sad and I felt that they didn’t give the fans the respect either for supporting that character as they did for the past 20+ years. I felt a little ripped off to be honest. Not in the fact that he lost at all, just that they didn’t make it a special thing that the Streak had Finally ended. Also, Booking the Diva’s match right after it didn’t help either in my opinion.

  2. Myaaaa April 14, 2014 at 12:54 am - Reply

    I still plan on reading the dirtsheets, but I think I’m done with professional wrestling. All my favorites are old, retired, part timers, or not getting pushed as they should. With the streak ending at Mania, that was pretty much the final straw. It was something sacred. If The Undertaker wanted to retire, they should have set up a scenario where if he won at Mania he would be forced to retire. Keeping the streak alive, and giving a proper sendoff. To lose to someone who is a part timer, and could be taken out with a stiff punch to the gut(diverticulitis) was ridiculous.
    I don’t care what they do anymore. They treat the people who support the product like stupid cattle, and whether it’s liked or not, nothing is done to change it, and it’s consumed like water. It makes me really sad that this thing from my childhood, something I shared with my dad and grandfather, has been ruined.

    • MBSC87 April 14, 2014 at 8:22 am - Reply

      That’s part of the reason why I stopped watching wrestling, only to view certain highlights here and there (a Taker match or an injury spot) online. There are no other wrestlers I care about other than Taker and he was the last one that still kept me interested in watching. If Taker is truly done, then I don’t see any point in signing Sting other than a non-wrestling role. I hate to say it, but Creature did have a valid point about the WWE.

  3. lj April 14, 2014 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    The reaction sucked because no one knew it was a retirement match. And if you are gonna have him lose… lose to a WRESTLER… not a freeloader who never delivers in big matches (Brock vs. Goldberg w/ Austin as the ref)

    And yeah.. Taker looked like shyt and botch a lot of spots

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