10 Superstars with Surprisingly Bad Wrestlemania Records
Nine men and one tag team who are experts at checking the lights at Wrestlemania.
Wrestlemania is every professional wrestler's ultimate goal. It's the night when more eyes, both in person and on worldwide television, are on you than any other premium show, and every man or woman who laces up the boots dreams of the moment a referee hoists his or her hand high to signal a Wrestlemania win.
However, each of those wins has to have a loser, and the ten superstars on this list have, surprisingly enough, earned far fewer of those Wrestlemania wins, and have "checked the lights" in far more contests than they've won.
Here are ten of the worst Wrestlemania records of major superstars in WWE history, men whose own bad luck is the antonym to Undertaker's legendary streak.
#10 Vince McMahon
Wrestlemania Record: 0-4
Where would Wrestlemania be without the business acumen of WWE's chairman, whose first pay-per-view extravaganza in 1985 was the ultimate gamble of personal and professional finance?
The wins of the real-life Vince McMahon are too numerous to list but, unfortunately, his onscreen character is not quite as lucky. Four times the evil businessman has booked himself in a match on the Grandest Stage of Them All, and four times he has lost (and, in half of those, ended up a bruised and bloody mess).
His Signature Loss: At Wrestlemania X-Seven (that's what WWE calls it; don't @ me), Mr. McMahon fought his own son Shane in a Street Fight; the Astrodome would nearly explode when McMahon's wife Linda would seemingly shake off her "catatonic state" to deliver an epic low blow, gaining retribution for months of onscreen torment and flagrant adultery.
At Least He Won When: Umm...he didn't unless you count the success of the event, which is a tally in the win column of the real Vince, not his kayfabe character.