Blue Kane went viral in a big way, and he even believes that he is bigger than the OG WWE Kane. Now, he has made another bold claim about his stake in pro wrestling history.

The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak stands as one of the most significant accomplishments in modern professional wrestling. Few superstars have come close to achieving such a feat, and when it ultimately concluded at WrestleMania 30, it left fans astounded. However, an emerging wrestler named Blue Kane has now gone viral by claiming that he should have been the one to end the streak.

The Undertaker had an awe-inspiring series of 21 victories at WrestleMania, never experiencing defeat on WWE’s grandest stage. Each year, as he faced a new opponent, The Deadman delivered standout performances, solidifying his status as a WWE legend, years before his Hall of Fame induction.

Memorable WrestleMania matches for The Undertaker against the likes of Triple H and Shawn Michaels are still etched in the memories of wrestling fans as all-time classics. That being said, all great things must come to an end.


The streak met its end at WrestleMania 30, when Brock Lesnar destroyed The Undertaker with F5s. The match, unfortunately, saw The Deadman suffer a concussion, and he was ultimately pinned, leaving everyone in a state of shock.

Now, Blue Kane has suggested that he should have been the one to conquer The Undertaker at WrestleMania, rather than Brock Lesnar. He dropped that knowledge in response to a tweet questioning who should have ended the streak, Blue Kane boldly inserted his own name into the conversation.

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