Paul Tamburro of CraveOnline.com posted a detailed review of WrestleMania 30, and you can check it out at this link. Tamnburro offered his thoughts on The Streak ending by writing the following:
The fact that Lesnar didn't show The Undertaker any respect after his victory, walking down the ramp, smirking, before winking at the ring, will surely make him the most hated heel in the company now, even surpassing Triple H. In an ideal world Lesnar would be signed on to a bigger contract and we'd see much more of him over the course of the next year, but this likely isn't the case. As it stands, despite the quality of the match being questionable, the story told in that ring by both The Undertaker and Lesnar was near-perfect. It wasn't the perfect send-off for The Undertaker that fans had been expecting, and it's probably the biggest surprise the WWE has pulled off in the company's entire history, but it's without a doubt one of the most memorable WrestleMania moments we've ever seen, if not THE most memorable. I'd love it if The Undertaker has his very own Rocky Balboa moment and comes back at WrestleMania 31 swinging for the fences, but as it stands I'm more than happy with how this match ended. A shocking conclusion delivered to fans who had spent the vast majority of last year complaining that the company had become predictable.
WWE Wins 3 Shorty Awards
WWE won three awards at the 6th annual Shorty Awards, which recognize the year's best achievements in social media.
WWE won awards for the Best Branded Mobile App, Best YouTube Channel and Best Use of Social Media in Sports.
Austin on JBL & Cole Show
Steve Austin will be appearing on this week's episode of The JBL & Cole Show.