The Undertaker

The Undertaker: Top 10 Wrestlers He’s Faced The Most

The Undertaker had one of the longest careers in WWE, and these wrestlers found themselves across the ring from The Phenom more often than others.

The Undertaker is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. Undertaker’s legendary WWE career spanned three decades, and he left no stone unturned. The Undertaker is a seven-time WWE World Champion with four WWE Championship reigns to his name, and he won the World Heavyweight Championship three times. Nevertheless, Undertaker’s career wasn’t defined by his World Championship reigns, he was involved in several instant classics throughout

Undertaker has wrestled some of the all-time greats in the business in televised, and non-televised matches. Some of the opponents he’s wrestled the most have got the better of Undertaker, but Undertaker has a good win-loss record against a lot of his rivals.

10/10Mark Henry

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The Undertaker and Mark Henry have clashed 63 times over the years, and there’s no surprise that Undertaker has had the upper hand over his fellow Texan. The World’s Strongest Man attempted to end Undertaker’s unbeaten WrestleMania streak at WrestleMania 22, but he lost a Casket match with Undertaker extending his unbeaten streak to 14-0.

Undertaker and Henry locked horns in the main event of No Mercy 2007, which was Undertaker’s return from injury. It was an underwhelming bout with Undertaker prevailing once again. They had a WrestleMania rematch on an episode of Raw in March 2008 in another Casket match, and the result remained the same.

9/10The Rock

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The Undertaker and The Rock are two of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling, and whilst they never had a longstanding feud, they competed in several matches against each other. Undertaker and Rock squared off 68 times throughout their careers.

One of their biggest encounters was the semifinal round of the Deadly Game tournament at Survivor Series 1998 to crown a new WWE Champion. Undertaker’s brother Kane, Chokeslammed Rock on purpose to get Undertaker disqualified. They clashed over the WWE Championship at King of the Ring 1999 with Undertaker retaining the title. Moreover, their encounter at No Way Out 2002 ended up with Rock defeating Undertaker.


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The Undertaker and Edge’s rivalry dominated SmackDown in 2008 over the World Heavyweight Championship. The former Ministry of Darkness stablemates locked horns no fewer than 70 times.

Undertaker beat Edge to secure his sixth World Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 24, and he retained the title at Backlash. Undertaker defeated the Rated-R Superstar at Judgment Day by count-out, but Edge clinched the vacant World Heavyweight Championship in a TLC match at One Night Stand. Their feud concluded at SummerSlam with Undertaker seeing off Edge in a Hell in a Cell match.

7/10Bret Hart

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The Undertaker and Bret Hart are two of the most popular wrestlers in the wrestling business. They were mainstays in the New Generation Era, and they collided over the WWE Championship. Undertaker and the Hitman squared off 72 times during their careers.

At the 1996 Royal Rumble, Undertaker and Hart closed out the show in a WWE Championship match. Hart unmasked Undertaker, but Diesel interfered with Bret retaining by disqualification. A year later, Undertaker defended the WWE Championship at SummerSlam 1997 with Shawn Michaels as the special referee. Hart captured the WWE Championship for the fifth time, but Undertaker failed to regain the title at One Night Only.

6/10Triple H

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Triple H is one of The Undertaker’s biggest rivals, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that they have faced each other 78 times. Undertaker and Triple H battled three times at WrestleMania with the Deadman winning all of three of their encounters at WrestleMania 17, 27, and 28.

The Game and Undertaker have clashed in Elimination Chamber matches, and WWE World Tag Team Championship matches and they had a WWE Championship match at King of the Ring 2002 which was poor, but Undertaker was triumphant.

5/10Big Show

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The Undertaker took Big Show under his wing in the summer of 1999, and they won the WWE World Tag Team Championship twice. However, Undertaker and Show became rivals in 2002, squaring off at No Way Out 2003 with Undertaker seeing off Show. The giants were pitted against each other 107 times.

Undertaker and Show engaged in a trilogy of matches in 2008 with Show winning their first match at No Mercy, and Undertaker responded with a win in a Last Man Standing match at Cyber Sunday. Undertaker defeated Show in a casket match at Survivor Series to put an end to their feud

4/10Steve Austin

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For some reason, Undertaker and Steve Austin’s matches were not always the best, but their rivalry was captivating. Their first battle over the WWE Championship was at In Your House: A Cold Day in Hell with Undertaker retaining the WWE Title. Undertaker and Austin met 116 times over the years with some interesting contests.

They continued their battles in 1998 with their “Highway to Hell” match at SummerSlam arguably their best matchup. Undertaker and Austin ended the year in a Buried Alive match at Rock Bottom with Austin prevailing once again. Moreover, they traded the WWE Championship in the summer of 1999, and Undertaker won their final meeting at Backlash 2002 to become the number one contender for the WWE Championship.


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Undertaker and the late Yokozuna were close friends in real life as members of the Bone Street Krew, but on air, they had an interesting feud. They met no fewer than 142 times with Undertaker registering more wins against the two-time WWE Champion.

The Phenom lost a WWE Championship match to Yokozuna at the 1994 Royal Rumble in a Casket match, but it took multiple wrestlers to take out the Deadman. However, Undertaker got his revenge in another Casket match at Survivor Series 1994 despite the outside interference, but Chuck Norris was the special enforcer.


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The feud between The Undertaker and Mankind is one of the most physical feuds in WWE history. Mankind defeated Undertaker at King of the Ring 1996, and he followed it up with a win in a Boiler Room Brawl at SummerSlam. However, after that point, it was one-way traffic in their rivalry.

Undertaker and Mankind wrestled 150 times which is an insane amount of matches against one opponent. Their feud had been on and off, and after Undertaker beat Mankind in a WWE Championship in 1997, they didn’t face off again until King of the Ring 1998 in a Hell in a Cell match. That Hell in a Cell match was off the charts, but Mankind took a lot of punishment by crashing and burning off the top of the cell.


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It comes as no shock that Undertaker and Kane have faced off 172 times throughout their careers. Undertaker and Kane’s careers are intertwined with Kane making his WWE debut at Badd Blood: In Your House in Undertaker’s Hell in a Cell match with Shawn Michaels. They freshened up their feud by both playing a heel and babyface in their feuds.

Undertaker and Kane’s matches were always hit-and-miss with some matches outstanding and others underwhelming. Undertaker defeated Kane at WrestleMania 14 and 20, and he beat him in the first Inferno match. Surprisingly, Kane won three pay-per-view matches in succession against Undertaker in 2010 to successfully retain the World Heavyweight Championship.

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