WrestleMania XXX will go down in history for hosting a number of ground-shaking moments that will certainly shape the future of pro wrestling. One such moment may go down as the most shocking moment in the pro wrestling history — the 21-0 undefeated streak of The Undertaker coming to an end in his match with Brock Lesnar. Fans are still passionately debating the decision on the WWE and Undertaker’s part to end “The Streak,” which is likely a sign that the Deadman’s in-ring career has, or is about to, come to a close. While the 21-0 undefeated streak at WrestleMania XXX is certainly an amazing accomplishment, it’s fair to say that some other incredibly impressive streaks in wrestling history have been pushed aside and, to some degree, forgotten about. So, we decided to look back at some of the other streaks that had a massive impact on professional wrestling. While there will almost certainly be a new streak in the future that the WWE can throw its marketing muscle behind, some of the records set by the items in this list seem impossible to dethrone in today’s environment.
7. CM Punk’s 434 Day WWE Title Reign
Wrestling fans have often criticized the fact that today’s wrestling storylines are too fast-paced and that nothing really has the longevity to be taken seriously from a storyline perspective. However, the CM Punk title reign that lasted from November 20, 2011 to January 27, 2013 was certainly a throwback to the old school territory days. Punk’s reign was the longest since Hulk Hogan’s 1,474 day reign from the mid to late 1980’s, which is a pretty phenomenal accomplishment for a guy that probably didn’t think he would ever lead the WWE while he was working his way up through the indy scene. The lengthy title reign will likely be the top accomplishment of Punk’s career as he never ended up main eventing a WrestleMania before leaving the company in early 2014.https://worldsmostdangerousmark.wordpress.com/tag/the-streak/ Via WorldsMostDangerousMark