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Cast

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Mark Calaway ... The Undertaker (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bill Alfonso ... Himself (archive footage)

Muhammad Ali ... Himself (archive footage)
Arn Anderson ... Arn Anderson (archive footage)
Neal Anderson ... Himself (archive footage)

Dave Bautista ... Batista (also archive footage)
Matt Bloom ... A-Train (archive footage)
King Kong Bundy ... King Kong Bundy (archive footage)
Matt Cardona ... Zack Ryder (archive footage)

John Cena ... Himself
Tony Chimel ... Himself (archive footage)
Mike Chioda ... Referee (archive footage)

Jonathan Coachman ... Jonathan Coachman (archive footage)

Adam Copeland ... Edge (also archive footage)
Michael Coulthard ... Michael Cole (archive footage)
Ted DiBiase ... Himself (also archive footage)
James J. Dillon ... Himself (as J.J. Dillon)

Joe DiMaggio ... Himself (archive footage)

Fred Durst ... Himself (archive footage)
Sid Eudy ... Sycho Sid (archive footage)
Howard Finkel ... Himself - Ring Announcer (archive footage)
Ric Flair ... Himself (also archive footage)
Jorge Gonzáles ... Giant Gonzales (archive footage)
Vickie Guerrero ... Herself (archive footage)
Earl Hebner ... Referee (archive footage)
Bobby Heenan ... Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan (archive footage)
Mark Henry ... Himself (also archive footage)
Paul Heyman ... Himself (archive footage)

Hulk Hogan ... Hulk Hogan (archive footage)

Glenn Jacobs ... Kane (archive footage)

Nathan Jones ... Himself (archive footage)
Jimmy Korderas ... Himself (archive footage)
David Lauer ... Harvey Wippleman (archive footage)

Jerry Lawler ... Jerry 'The King' Lawler (archive footage)
John Layfield ... John 'Bradshaw' Layfield (archive footage)

Lemmy ... Himself (archive footage)

Paul Levesque ... Triple H (also archive footage)
Teddy Long ... Himself (archive footage)
Joseph A. Marella ... Himself - Referee (archive footage)
Robert Marella ... Gorilla Monsoon (archive footage)
Vince McMahon ... Himself (archive footage)
Shawn Michaels ... Himself (also archive footage)
William Moody ... Paul Bearer (also archive footage)
Motörhead ... Themselves (archive footage)
Brian Myers ... Curt Hawkins (archive footage)

Kevin Nash ... Himself / Diesel (also archive footage)
Bob Orton ... Himself (archive footage)

Randy Orton ... Himself (also archive footage)

Todd Pettengill ... Todd Pettengill (archive footage)
Bruce Prichard ... Brother Love (archive footage)
Jake Roberts ... Jake 'The Snake' Roberts (archive footage)
Charles Robinson ... Referee (archive footage)
Jim Ross ... Himself (archive footage)

Bill Russell ... Himself (archive footage)

Randy Savage ... Himself (archive footage)
Peter Senerchia ... Tazz (archive footage)
'Superfly' Jimmy Snuka ... Himself (also archive footage)
Ray Traylor ... The Big Boss Man (archive footage)

Paul Wight ... The Big Show (also archive footage)
Charles Wright ... Kama (archive footage)
Mark Yeaton ... Himself - Timekeeper (archive footage)

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The Great Streak In Sports-Entertainment Should have Ended Here., 11 June 2015
Author: powermandan from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

The Undertaker may well be the greatest wrestler of all time. He combines every kind of wrestling technique together in the ring and has a super scary and charismatic character. The name alone is beast. He was destined for something immortal aside from his character. Enter The Streak:

A few months after his debut, Undertaker defeated Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka in his shortest win.

His next win was against Jake "The Snake" Roberts in what was better than his previous bout. This features the memorable Tombstone-Pildriver outside the ring.

Giant Gonzalez was short-lived and the tallest wrestler in WWE history. Taker won by dq, but it was worth the win.

WrestleMania XI is one of the worst Wrestlemanias ever. Luckily, his match with King Kong Bundy prevented the show from being a stinkfest.

While Undertaker's undefeated streak wasn't looked at much, this was the first match where it looked like Undertaker might lose. His feud with Diesel was settled and the Streak survived.

WrestleMania 13 was a good show, but the main event between Undertaker and Sycho Sid for the World Title sucked royally. Two awesome stars in the main event of the biggest show of the year for the biggest title did not seem to matter to either man. At least Taker won.

Undertaker vs Kane is my favourite rivalry in the Attitude Era. When Undertaker finally agreed to face his half brother at the show-of-shows, it was destined to be a classic. While said to be the best match of the night. I always leave feeling underwelmed. Although good, it wasn't great.

WrestleMania's first Hell in a Cell match saw Undertaker emerge victorious against the Big Boss Man. Said to be one of Undertaker's worst, I thought it was great.

WrestleMania X-Seven is the best Wrestlemania ever. Undertaker's first Mania as a biker saw his first classic against Triple H. The match is an overlooked gem.

Ric Flair was no match for the Undertaker. There was no way he could win even at a regular RAW or Smackdown event. But at WrestleMania X-8, nobody cared because it was a totally sick bout.

Big Show and A-Train are much bigger and Undertaker had to face both of them by himself. Undertaker's first loss was almost guaranteed, but Undertaker man-handled both men throughout the match. Nathan Jones came in at the last minute as scheduled to make sure Undertaker actually won.

When analyzing WrestleMania XX, many thought this would be Undertaker's first loss. His first rematch at the show-of-show with his brother may be bad. But it was the return of his Phenom gimmick and Undertaker slayed his brother once again.

Age was catching up to the Undertaker as he saw a struggle against a young upstart who enjoyed defeating legends. Randy Orton was originally supposed to have won at WrestleMania 21, but the Streak had to survive. It was the first match in their phenomenal feud.

Undertaker being the littler man was back as the World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry, went up against Undertaker in the only casket match in the show's history. It was so obvious Undertaker would win.

In 2007, Batista was the most vicious competitor in WWE who could be the man to beat Taker. In a match for the World Title, I found it to be Undertaker's best WrestleMania match at the time.

Edge vs Undertaker at WrestleMania XXIV was very overrated. It was too one-sided with Edge and not enough Undertaker moments. Undertaker won, but it was a weak win.

Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels at the 25th Event is the best match in the annual history and in their careers. It was pretty much good vs evil since Shawn Michaels adapted a heaven gimmick for the feud. It had everything that makes a 5-star match, but was highly elevated.

Their rematch saw the retirement of Shawn Michaels. Although new ground was not broken, the match was still breathtaking.

Triple H has always been one of Undertaker's toughest victims. A no-holds-barred match showed why. After a while of the match being back-and-forth, Triple H gained the upper hand and several times almost won. There was so much shock behind everything he did. Undertaker won, but had to be helped out.

As much sense it made for undertaker to go 20-0, his third bout 3 Triple H inside Hell in a Cell with Shawn Michaels (Triple H's best friend) as referee might throw you off. Regardless, it was the best match of the night and one of the best bouts each man has done.

Undertaker went onto defeating CM Punk in a dull match, losing to Brock Lesnar which was the biggest shock in wrestling history and defeating Bray Wyatt in a boring match. The Streak should have ended at 20-0. Wrestling may be fake, but The Streak is like the same team winning the World Series or Stanley Cup over 20 times without losing.

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