The Undertaker's undefeated Wrestlemania streak came to an end at Wrestlemania 30. But according to Kevin Nash, he could've ended The Deadman's streak much sooner.
During a recent interview on the After the Bell podcast, Nash opened up about what would've happened had in stayed with WWE in 1996.
According to Nash, he wouldn't have dropped the WWE title to Bret Hart unless he was guaranteed a win over The Undertaker.
“Well, if I would’ve stayed, I wouldn’t have dropped the belt to Bret to give to Shawn unless I was guaranteed a win at Mania against Taker.
“I wouldn’t have done it. I would’ve had too many losses in a row. I would’ve needed a big win right there, so there goes ‘The Streak’. I’m just saying. Mark wasn’t a mark. For me to do business, that could’ve been a possibility. I’m not saying it would’ve happened. I’m not saying Vince would’ve booked it that I would have been over,” Nash said. “I definitely wouldn’t have coughed it up without something. I was leaving, so it was like alright. There was a lot of things that could have changed.”
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