Arguably among the finest WWE Legends of all time, The Undertaker has faced almost every wrestler to ever lace up a pair of boots in his career, which has spanned several decades. Taker is one of the greats for a reason because he has been strong and well-protected during his time with the firm, which has helped him develop his character to the level he is at now. The Undertaker has more than just a stellar WrestleMania record; the Deadman has also defeated many of his adversaries. Even The Undertaker hasn’t been able to defeat some wrestlers, and on this list, we’ll rate 5 athletes who he hasn’t been able to.
It’s a bit of a lie to say that the reason for this entry is that Sting and the Undertaker’s ideal match was never held. It seems that it sort of did. When Undertaker competed as “Mean” Mark Callous in WCW, he did face Sting in a losing match in which he was forced to tap out due to the Scorpion DeathLock. Shortly after, Taker would depart for WWE and never get the chance to exact revenge for his defeat. Obviously, The Deadman vs. Sting would have been more popular than Mean Mark Callous, but that idea has outlived its usefulness.
Two WWE Hall Of Famers who appear to not be too insane to have defeated the Deadman have been on the list up until this point, but Sheamus may be where things start to shift. Although The Celtic Warrior had a great career and is underappreciated, you wouldn’t imagine that he would have a perfect record against The Undertaker. The victory didn’t occur on television; rather, it occurred in a dark battle following the 900th episode of Raw, in which Sheamus defeated John Cena and the other two competitors in a triple threat steel cage match.
We now move on to another shocking name: Chyna. Many people probably aren’t aware of this, but the ninth wonder of the world has a perfect record versus the Deadman, going 1-0. Taking on a man like The Undertaker was a level that Chyna didn’t work at for a long time, but she was still recognised as a threat who could compete against male talent.
The only time they really faced off against one another was on a Raw edition in a triple threat match that also featured Triple H, with Chyna pinning The Game with some assistance from Steve Austin. She thus defeated The Undertaker even though she was unable to pin him.
That’s correct, the former Shield member and his Shield brethren participated in a six-man tag team bout in London, England, in which they successfully defended their victory over The Undertaker. During The Shield’s powerful opening stretch, Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns collaborated to defeat The Undertaker and Team Hell No; Bryan ultimately suffered the pinfall defeat. The winner that night was actually Dean Ambrose, but Seth Rollins naturally took home the victory, and unless they square off again, that record will stand.
Since Roman Reigns was forced into the main event picture in 2014, it has been the Big Dog’s Yard, but it became abundantly evident once the wrestler managed to take out The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33. The Undertaker passed the torch and left his ring gear in the center of the ring during what was supposed to be his final match (at the time), although of course he has since continued to work. Reigns also boasts a victory over The Undertaker during the 2017 Royal Rumble, when Reigns, much to the surprise of many, eliminated The Phenom from the match.
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