Reigns answered back with strikes of his own, before Taker threw him into the stairs on the outside. The match was the climax of The Undertaker's career and beginning of an end for Michaels' career.
- Fans from around the world packed Camping World Stadium on Sunday night for WWE's biggest event of the year: Wrestlemania 33. Until fans stop reacting altogether, don't expect WWE to make many changes with the three-time world champion. He was booed when he won the 2015 Royal Rumble, and he still went on to headline WrestleMania 31 as a good guy.
While the man known as The Undertaker actually got his professional wrestling career started in 1984, it wasn't until November of 1990 that he signed onto the WWE, which is the company he's been wrestling for ever since.
So who faced The Undertaker on the most occasions?
The crowd at Monday Night Raw this week was one of the most hostile of all time as Roman Reigns entered after having retired The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33.
His signature moves "Tombstone" and "Chokeslam" became a rage among WWE die hard fans who died to get a glimpse of the same. I'm also going to continue to do my work for AXS and New Japan because I have a contract, and WWE was willing to work with me on that.
Randy Orton defeated Bray Wyatt for the WWE Championship while Brock Lesnar beat Goldberg for the Universal Championship.
Taker had looked uncomfortable in recent weeks and was spotted limping to the ring. That made it even more hard to accept that the man who retired Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 26 after a classic for the ages, lost to the man who the audience doesn't accept. Or something. Either way, Reigns got the pin after a long match that wasn't too exciting, and did nothing to inflate the crowd after almost six hours of wrestling action. The Phenom. He laid down in the centre of the ring after suffering massive blows throughout the match - inside the ring and outside - including a spear over the announcer's table.