Stewart: Undertaker’s Upset Loss At WrestleMania Like 2007 Patriots

April 7, 2014 8:34 PM
Stewart: Undertaker’s Upset Loss At WrestleMania Like 2007 Patriots
" BOSTON (CBS) – It’s being called the greatest upset in modern sports history. No, not the ’07 Patriots to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII — we’re talking about Undertaker at WrestleMania 30, of course.

Taking a break from their regularly scheduled programming, 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Massarotti show enlisted the help of producer James Stewart Monday afternoon for a WrestleMania recap.

The Undertaker, known as one of the most clutch athletes in all of sports, was previously unbeaten in WrestleMania history with a 21-0 record, but that was before last night’s match with Brock Lesnar, who pinned the 49-year-old Taker in front of a sell out crowd at New Orleans’ Superdome.

J-Stew, one of the city’s foremost experts in professional wrestling, called it “one of the top five WrestleMania’s of all time” based on “the booking, the results, the shock factor and a ‘turning of the page’ from past era to a new era.

“The match quality from start to finish was superb, except for the Undertaker/Brock Lesnar match, but the poor quality of that match was overshadowed by the result and the fact that the Undertaker lost at WrestleMania,” said Stewart "

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