The end? WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel in which the show the full match between Roman Reigns and The Undertaker from WrestleMania 33. This was only the second loss for The Deadman at a WrestleMania event.

You can see the match in its entirety below:


In front of 75,245 members of the WWE Universe inside the Orlando Citrus Bowl, Roman Reigns conquered a WrestleMania institution, overcoming The Undertaker in a No Holds Barred Match at The Ultimate Thrill Ride to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that WWE is his yard now.

To step into the ring against The Phenom on The Grandest Stage of Them All is truly a daunting task all its own. The Undertaker entered the match with an unparalleled 23-1 record at The Showcase of The Immortals. However, no matter how many had fallen before The Demon of Death Valley, The Big Dog refused to be dissuaded from the hunt.

The showdown began with The Undertaker and Reigns engaging in an all-out slugfest both inside and outside the ring. As time raged on, the action turned even more brutal when The Phenom chokeslammed Reigns onto the announce table. Yet as The Deadman signaled to the capacity crowd a quick end to the contest, Reigns unexpectedly countered with an epic Spear through the Spanish announce table.

Back inside the ring, Reigns took charge until The Undertaker answered with an Earth-shattering Last Ride. The Demon of Death Valley followed with a brutal chair assault on his prey, but Reigns roared back with a vicious Superman Punch. The Big Dog’s valiant attack was then squashed by Undertaker’s sudden chokeslam onto an unforgiving steel chair, and it looked as if The Phenom might once again end things with his signature Tombstone Piledriver. Yet, unbelievably, Reigns somehow managed to kick out of The Deadman’s grip once more.

As he had done at so many WrestleManias before, The Undertaker rose once more, this time in the face of Reigns’ onslaught. This time, however, he would fall back to the ground, signaling that his battered body was giving out. Reigns recognized that even though the match was over, it was still not finished because The Undertaker refused to stay down. The Big Dog had to make a choice, and he did precisely that, delivering the fatal Spear that would put his legendary opponent to rest once and for all.

In the wake of the awesome struggle, the defeated Undertaker rose with dignity, leaving his hat, jacket and gloves in the center of the ring before slowly walking up the ramp. The Phenom then descended down into the ramp floor, the same way he ascended prior to the match, and the WWE Universe would feel a sense of finality as WrestleMania 33 drew to a close.

Editor’s Opinion:

This was not a good showing for The Deadman. I remember that Reigns had to carry him through the match, as he looked ill-prepared to handle the challenges of this WrestleMania. That being said, seeing him kiss his wife and lay his gloves, coat and hat in the middle of the ring after the match was one of the most iconic moments in the history of the show; I really thought his career was over. I was glad I was wrong!

What did you think of the match between Roman Reigns and The Undertaker from WrestleMania 33? Leave us a comment below, or post a comment on our Facebook page! Also, be sure to sign up for our newsletter!


  • How Many WWE Superstars Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus?

  • WATCH: Miz And John Morrison Release New Music Video

  • WATCH: Amy Dumas (Lita) Shares Her Favorite WrestleMania Memories

  • ESPN to Air Brock Lesnar Marathon This Weekend

  • WWE Asks Fans About Very Unique Solution To Empty Arena Shows

  • RUMOR: WWE Considering A Break From Television After WrestleMania

  • WATCH: Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kane From Royal Rumble 2018

  • WWE Running Special Online Event This Week With Superstar Commentary

  • Florida Going Into Lock Down, WWE Performance Center May Be Unavailable

  • KB’s Review: It’s Here Again