The Undertaker’s 10 Best WrestleMania Attires, Ranked
The Undertaker is one of the most prolific performers in the history of WrestleMania, and has worn many fantastic outfits at the Show of Shows!
The Undertaker is arguably the greatest performer in the history of WrestleMania. The WWE Hall of Famer boasted a 21-0 WrestleMania unbeaten streak that spanned 23 years from 1991-2014. Undertaker’s WrestleMania matches involving the streak from the 2000s onwards became a big deal, and the interest was just as significant as some World Championship matches at WrestleMania.
Undertaker’s WrestleMania entrances have been legendary, but whilst some of them have notoriously been long, Undertaker was worn some brilliant ring gear at WrestleMania. He’s reinvented himself throughout his three-decade career and Undertaker has stepped up his game when it comes down to WrestleMania with some memorable in-ring performances and outfits.10WrestleMania 15
The Undertaker represented the Ministry of Darkness and squared off with the Corporation’s Head of Security, Big Boss Man in a lackluster Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 15. The Undertaker debuted a new theme song “Buried Souls” and he marched down the aisle alongside Paul Bearer.
Undertaker’s entrance jacket was black and his ring gear was black throughout. Bearer helped Undertaker remove his jacket, and Undertaker shed some blood as did Boss Man but he was victorious with a Tombstone Piledriver.
A decade after The Undertaker’s first WrestleMania match with Triple H, they locked horns once again at WrestleMania 27. Undertaker had Johnny Cash’s “Ain’t No Grave” theme song in the background when he walked down the aisle.
Undertaker was portrayed as the “Last Outlaw” during his feud with Triple H. The Deadman wore his traditional hat and ring coat when he was making his way to the ring. Undertaker’s in-ring gear was a singlet and there was some color on his tights, and he wore his black ring boots en route to extending his WrestleMania unbeaten streak to 19-0.
The Undertaker challenged Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of WrestleMania 24. It was the first time that the Deadman headlined WrestleMania in 11 years. Nevertheless, Undertaker entered the ring first which challengers usually do in title matches, but Undertaker generally enters last to intimidate his opponents.
Undertaker tends to wear a black jacket but he wore a grey jacket instead. The attention to detail on the jacket was well thought out. Undertaker’s in-ring attire was black, and he defeated Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship with Hell’s Gate.
WrestleMania 13 was a significant night in The Undertaker’s career as it was the first time that he main evented WrestleMania. Undertaker challenged Sycho Sid for the WWE Championship in a No Disqualification match.
Undertaker’s ring attire was a black top, black pants and grey gloves, and grey boot spats. It was a throwback to his old Western Mortician gimmick and it was a night to remember for Undertaker as he became a two-time WWE Champion.
The Undertaker went out with a bang at WrestleMania 36. The Boneyard match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles turned out to be Undertaker’s final match with the Phenom retiring at Survivor Series 2020, thirty years to the day after he debuted.
Undertaker’s attire was a mixture of several of his gimmicks as the Deadman and American Badass. He wore a bandana on his head, a vest, dusty jeans, and gloves. Undertaker prevailed in one of the most unique matches in WWE history.
WrestleMania 29 played host to The Undertaker’s final victory before the streak came to a halt. The Demon of Death Valley faced off with former five-time WWE World Champion CM Punk and they hit a home run in the best match of the night.
Undertaker’s entrance had fans talking as it was creative with hands emerging through the smoke with those hands seemingly from the depths of hell. Undertaker’s attire was remarkable and his jacket had a hood on it. Ultimately, Punk came close to ending Undertaker’s unbeaten WrestleMania streak but it wasn’t meant to be.
At Survivor Series 2003, The Undertaker lost a Buried Alive match to Mr. McMahon because of Undertaker’s brother, Kane. Four months later, Undertaker made his return at WrestleMania 20 alongside Paul Bearer, and it was the return of his Deadman gimmick.
Druids stood at the side as Undertaker was in black with a hat, trench coat, gloves, and black baggy pants. It was one of Undertaker’s best looks and fans were pleased to see the return of the Deadman. Undertaker saw off Kane with relative ease, putting Kane out of his misery with his patented Tombstone.
The Undertaker walked into WrestleMania 30 with an unbeaten 21-0 WrestleMania streak and he was pitted against Brock Lesnar. However, it was one of the most shocking results in WWE history with the Beast Incarnate ending Undertaker’s WrestleMania unbeaten streak with a stunned silence around the arena.
Undertaker’s entrance was off the charts as at the top of the ramp were caskets with names of his WrestleMania victims. The Deadman looked slick with a smart hat and jacket which had red on it.
The Undertaker and Triple H were going head-to-head at WrestleMania for the third time at WrestleMania 28 but this time it was inside Hell in a Cell. Shawn Michaels was the special guest referee in this bout. Undertaker’s attire was stunning as his big black overcoat had spikes on it.
Undertaker unveiled his new mohawk and it was Undertaker reinventing himself once more. Moreover, Undertaker’s streak almost came to a halt as Triple H and Shawn Michaels combined by executing the Pedigree and Sweet Chin Music. As expected, Undertaker got the job done in a fiercely competitive match between the two veterans.
The Undertaker was going head-to-head with his brother Kane at WrestleMania 14. Still, before their physical battle could get underway, Undertaker had a grand entrance which became customary for some of his WrestleMania matches. Undertaker’s Lord of Darkness jacket had a hood on the back with several attentions to detail on it.
The Deadman is one of the most intimidating performers in WWE history and his bone-chilling entrance would have had Kane shaking in his boots. The druids were at the side with fire, and Undertaker removed his jacket once he got into the ring and he wore a black attire which looked great. Ultimately, Undertaker needed three Tombstones to see off Kane.