5 Pro Wrestlers who are Undefeated at WrestleMania, and 5 who have never won
With WrestleMania season in full swing, there's a certain spring in the step of superstars in the WWE. The suplexes hit with more impact, the submission holds are cinched a little tighter, and everyone seems to have hustle - with all respect to John Cena.
This is because the opportunity to perform on the largest sports entertainment stage is both an honor and an earned privilege. Just one WrestleMania appearance can make a career or send it crashing down in flames.
Many of the biggest names associated with WrestleMania are no longer active wrestlers - men like Hulk Hogan, who main evented the first three WrestleManias, and The Undertaker, whose legendary undefeated streak was a major storyline for almost six years before it came to a screeching halt at the lunch box sized hands of the Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar.
But there are those superstar wrestlers who have NOT been defeated at WrestleMania, whose backs have never touched the mat for three seconds or been submitted. And conversely, there are those wrestlers who have never had their arm raised in victory at the world's largest pro wrestling event.
Here are five wrestlers who are undefeated at WrestleMania, and five who have never, and most likely, will never win.
#5 Undefeated at WrestleMania: The Road Warriors
Our first undefeated act on the list is none other than the Legion of Doom, the Road Warriors. Hawk and Animal were quite possibly the most dominant tag team of the 1980s, ranging around from the AWA, NWA, WWE, and international promotions and capturing the gold along the way.
That being said, the Road Warrior's runs with the WWE are by and large not considered to be their career highlights. However, they did manage to pick up one top tier accomplishment: an undefeated run at WrestleManias.
Their first WrestleMania bout saw them take on the tag team of Paul Roma and Hercules Hernandez, known collectively as Power and Glory. The match would not only be the first WM win for the Legion of Doom, it would also be one of the shortest matches in WrestleMania history. Hawk and Animal beat the snot out of Power and Glory in less than a minute.
Their next WrestleMania victory was in a six man tag, where they teamed with Ahmed Johnson to take on the Nation of Domination. Their third and final victory was earned during a tag team battle royal, when they had become "LOD 2000," though the difference between the original Warriors and the newly branded team were only cosmetic.