For over two decades, one man has become synonymous with WrestleMania, and despite what he might tell you, it’s not Shawn Michaels. No, that man is The Undertaker, whose undefeated Streak on the grandest stage of them all reached a startling 21 straight victories before being broken. Over his lengthy career, we’ve seen a variety of opponents try to take down the Dead Man, and except for one, they’ve all failed. Along the way, we’ve seen some of the best, and some of the absolute worst, matches in WrestleMania history. And now, we’ve ranked every single one of the Undertaker’s matches, in the definitive guide to the most successful wrestler in WrestleMania history.
24. Giant Gonzalez, WrestleMania IX
This, of course, is one of the matches that puts WrestleMania IX among the front-runners for “Worst WrestleMania Of All Time”. If you don’t remember who Giant Gonzalez is, count yourself lucky, because he could best be described as “a less mobile Great Khali”. And we’re talking about the later version of Khali, after his knees exploded and he couldn’t take bumps anymore. Plus, for your viewing pleasure, Gonzalez wore a full-length bodysuit covered in airbrushed muscles and tufts of hair. Just looking at Gonzalez is one of the most disturbing images in WWE history, let alone being forced to watch him wrestle. He was so large and immobile that Undertaker was unable to lift him and hit his Tombstone finisher, which is probably why WWE went with a ridiculous DQ finish where Gonzalez smothers Undertaker with an ether-soaked rag. Of course, that meant that Undertaker actually won the match, continuing what would eventually become The Streak, but if not for that technicality, The Streak could have been over before it really began.http://www.cagesideseats.com/2014/4/1/5532486/undertakers-wrestlemania-streak-matches-ranked-21-17 Source: cagesideseats.com