10 active wrestlers who have never won at WrestleMania
WrestleMania has been home to many memorable endings, such as Daniel Bryan overcoming the odds by having to win two matches at WrestleMania XXX to capture the WWE Championship, or Seth Rollins shock Money in the Bank cash-in by winning his first WWE Championship at WrestleMania.
However, what most viewers forget that for all the WrestleMania moments the pay-per-view delivers, there is always another wrestler on the losing side of these results. In fact, there are some wrestlers that have appeared in multiple WrestleMania pay-per-views, but have never had that WrestleMania moment to remember.
On the current roster itself, there are still many active wrestlers in the WWE that have never won at WrestleMania no matter who they’ve faced or what the stipulation was. This can only be described as the complete opposite of The Undertaker’s streak – a losing streak.
Jeff Hardy was on a 0 for 6 losing streak at WrestleMania before he finally scored his first victory in a memorable return at WrestleMania 33 with Matt Hardy to capture the Raw Tag Team Championship in a ladder match and cemented himself in WrestleMania history. All of the wrestlers will be looking to do the same at this years’ upcoming WrestleMania where they can finally end their very own ‘streak’ at The Show of Shows.
#10 Bray Wyatt 0-3
When the Wyatt Family first burst onto the main roster, it appeared that the WWE had witnessed arguably one of the darkest ever stables. Headed by Bray Wyatt, they quickly climbed towards the top feuding with the likes of The Shield, CM Punk and John Cena.
However, one particular thing that separates from Bray Wyatt from everyone else that has been in this villainous family is a victory at WrestleMania. Wyatt has appeared in five WrestleMania events, and even though he has wrestled in only three of them, he has failed to manage to get a victory in any of them.
To his credit, every time Wyatt has wrestled at the Show of Shows, he has only faced global franchise players, taking on John Cena at WrestleMania XXX, and then attempting to become the second man to beat The Undertaker at the pay-per-view, before trying to defend the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 33 against Randy Orton. With the exception of assisting Matt Hardy winning his match at WrestleMania 34, Wyatt’s only other appearance was attempting to confront The Rock, only to have one of the members of the Wyatt family, Erick Rowan, lose in a record time of six seconds at WrestleMania.
Whilst it is clear that Wyatt only takes on the best of the best at WrestleMania, it’s beyond doubt that he would still be keen to finally get a victory at WrestleMania.