The WWE has come a long way since its inception in 1952. It has gone from a small professional wrestling promotion to becoming the largest promoter in the world as well as a more diverse billion dollar company. Throughout the decades, the WWE has produced thousands of hours of in-ring competition both on and off television, content that has spanned multiple eras, including the important Golden Age that included wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, and Andre the Giant, and the incredibly important Attitude Era which included the likes of Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Rock. No matter what era a person is a fan of however, there is one thing that everyone can agree upon: that there is nothing in all of professional wrestling that compares to the event that is WrestleMania.
WrestleMania is the event every fan waits for each year, primarily because it has a long-standing track-record of showcasing matches that often times go down as some of the best in the company’s history. One of the most popular and endearing aspects of WrestleMania, that had endured for over two decades, was the undefeated streak of The Undertaker. He managed to go a whopping 21-0 at WrestleMania until he was finally defeated at WrestleMania XXX two years ago. The entire wrestling world was in disbelief when Undertaker’s streak ended, primarily because nearly everyone believed that he would end his career remaining undefeated. Although The Undertaker was unable to accomplish this feat, there have been other individuals, including some non-traditional 'wrestlers', who did manage to go undefeated at the “Grandest Stage of Them All”. Here is a list of 12 Wrestlers You Never Knew Were Undefeated at WrestleMania.
12 Diamond Dallas Page
10 Hawk & Animal: The Legion of Doom
9 Michael Cole
7 Shane McMahon
6 Terry Funk
5 Rob Van Dam
4 Mr. T
3 Rick Rude
Virgil might not be an iconic figure within the history of the WWE, but that reality does not negate the fact that he is indeed undefeated at WrestleMania. For a number of years, Virgil served as The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase’s personal assistant, but the two would eventually separate and feud with one another, which culminated in Virgil defeating DiBiase at WrestleMania VII via countout thanks to inference from“Rowdy” Roddy Piper. The next year at WrestleMania VIII, Virgil would improve his WrestleMania record to 2-0 after teaming up with Sgt. Slaughter, The Big Bossman, and “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan. The group would go on to defeat the team of The Mountie, The Nasty Boys and Repo Man. with Virgil getting the decisive pin in what would be his final appearance at WrestleMania.
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