16 Jun 2019
Legends who have never wrestled Undertaker at WrestleMania
Over the years, Undertaker has faced many legendary and modern-day wrestlers at the Showcase of Immortals.
However, there are a few legendary wrestlers, who have not come face-to-face with The Phenom at the grandest stage.
Here are a few of them.
Hulkamania is yet to run wild at the Deadman's yard
While his match against The Rock is one of the greatest in WrestleMania history, he stole the show against Andre The Giant at WrestleMania 3.
However, could he have done the same against The Undertaker? We will never get to know.
Could have Mick Foley achieved the unthinkable?
Mick Foley is arguably one of the toughest wrestlers.
Everyone remembers him squaring off against The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell, where he was thrown off the roof of the cage twice, and endured further punishment from The Deadman to lose.
However, they never faced off at the Grandest Stage.
Had it happened, Foley very well had the audacity to end Undertaker's streak.
The Phenom yet to get the taste of Texas Rattlesnake
Stone Cold Steve Austin is one such guy who needs no introduction.
The man, who headlined the Attitude Era, did face The Undertaker almost a dozen times.
While both the men had a rough and tough go at each other, it was shocking to see them not squaring off at the Grandest Stage.
Had it been so, Austin too could have done the unthinkable.
Undertaker was never the Next
Both Goldberg and The Undertaker faced each other for the first time, last week, at Super ShowDown.
However, both have a rich legacy.
While Goldberg was 173-0 in his career at a point, Undertaker was 21-0 at WrestleMania.
Nonetheless, both did not square off at the Grandest Stage.
Who would have got the upper hand? We would never know.
The Vigilante never made his presence felt against The Deadman
Arguably, the greatest legend who never faced The Deadman at the Grandest Stage.
When he made his WWE debut in 2014, fans wished that he squared off against The Undertaker in a dream match.
While he faced Triple H at WrestleMania 31, plans were in place for an Undertaker showdown.
However, an injury led to his premature retirement, spoiling all the plans.