The Undertaker is an impressive 23-2 at Wrestlemania, but, even more impressive than that are the ways that The Deadman makes his way to the ring at WWE's biggest show of the year.
While his Wrestlemania entrance hasn't always been a major production, in the 2000s WWE and Big Evil doubled down on Wrestlemania's production values and gave us these entrances worthy of Broadway.
Whether Undertaker and John Cena lock up at this year's Showcase of the Immortals, and whether the match redeems Undertaker's Orlando disappointment from last year, remains to be seen, but, if it happens, we at least have a great entrance to look forward to. Here's ten entrances that are proof.
#10. Wrestlemania XIX
We have to include one Bikertaker entrance out of courtesy, and Big Evil's ride to the Wrestlemania XIX ring is as good as any. Bruce Prichard noted when his podcast covered this show that crew members had to actively dodge Taker's speeding bike; most performers, Prichard explained, who played bikers tended to be timid riders, but Taker guns it down the ramp as Limp Bizkit rages and pyro pops.