Ranking All Of The Undertaker’s WrestleMania Matches

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Ranking all 25 of The Undertaker’s WrestleMania matches.

On the November 19th, 1990 taping of Superstars, 25 year-old Mark Calaway debuted in the then WWF under the name of Kane The Undertaker. Just three days later, and with the Kane removed from his name, The Undertaker made his pay per view debut at Survivor Series joining Ted DiBiase’s “Million Dollar Team” in victory over Bret Hart’s “Dream Team”. And although he would get counted out in this match, it was very clear to many spectators and critics that not only was The Undertaker over, he had the look of a future superstar.

Over the course of the next of the next 25 plus years, “The Deadman” would go on to win seven world championships, six tag titles, and a Royal Rumble while firmly cementing himself as one of the greatest superstars in the history of the company. He’d go on to main event 58 pay per views which places him third all time in that category, and that number includes four WrestleMania main events.

Beginning at WrestleMania VII in 1991, The Undertaker would go on a run of epic proportions known more formally as “The Streak”, which saw him win a staggering 21 straight Mania matches.  In what has become one of the greatest accomplishments in wrestling history, The Undertaker and WrestlMmania have almost become synonymous.

But what were his best Mania bouts?  How about his worst? Ahead we countdown all of The Undertaker’s WrestleMwrestania matches from worst to first.