Former WWE Official Wes Adams, has published a new column at PWMania.com. Adams goes in-depth and talks about the saga of The Undetaker's WrestleMania streak, looking back at how Undertaker's streak has lasted years. Adams also lists potential victims to be the next in line to challenge Taker this year. Here is an excerpt from his article:
"Last year’s match with CM Punk was exciting, but not enough was done to make me believe that Punk was actually going to end the streak. It was a good match for sure but was enough done to make the people think that Taker was ever in real danger of losing? I don’t think so.
"So that leads us to this year. What’s in store for the Dead Man? We probably won’t really find out until February, but the options are limited. Who on the WWE roster poses a real threat to end the streak? Nobody! Because they haven’t been booked in a manner in which they could be taken seriously. There are two schools of thought when it comes to the streak. First, there are those that think it should never go away. Hard to argue with that. He has been a loyal soldier for WWE, made them money, made superstars out of men for them, and deserves to go out undefeated on the biggest stage of them all. But then, there are some that think that Taker should use the streak to get somebody else over. Taker is old school through and through, and has always done his part to help get talent over. All streaks come to an end."
You can read Wes Adams' column, "Official's View with Wes Adams" in its entirety at this link.