Kurt Angle Disagrees With WWE Ending The Undertaker's WrestleMania Streak

Kurt Angle believes Undertaker should have retired undefeated at the Show of Shows

Almost a decade on from The Undertaker's loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX, the decision to end The Streak remains a contentious one. 

If it were up to The Deadman's fellow WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle, it would have never been broken. 

During a recent edition of The Kurt Angle Show podcast, the Olympic Hero conceded that (if it had to be broken) somebody as legitimate as Lesnar was a good choice, but that he wouldn't have brought it to an end. 

"No, I don't think it should have been broken. The Undertaker should have retired undefeated. That streak should have been set in stone forever," Angle said. 

"I think that Brock beating him, I mean, if you're going to have someone beat him, it should be someone as legitimate as Brock Lesnar. But again, I disagree. He should be undefeated, no doubt about it. His legacy should be set in stone as the only undefeated person at WrestleMania that wrestled more than 10 matches," he added. 

Kurt and 'Taker never collided on The Grandest Stage, but they did have many epic battles on television and pay-per-view, including a classic at No Way Out 2006. 

H/T WrestleZone

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