Hailed as the biggest event in all of WWE, WrestleMania is where each and every WWE superstar gives it their all to make an impression.
Entrances are one of the biggest spectacles of The Showcase of the Immortals. It’s either go big or go home for some, while others upgrade their already flashy entrances to a whole new level.
From superstars like Triple H, and John Cena to The Undertaker, there have been a lot of extravagant entrances throughout the years. Today, we are covering the Top 10 WrestleMania entrances of all time. So keep scrolling to find out who has the best entrance at The Showcase Of The Immortals.
10. Rusev(WrestleMania XXXI)
In his match against John Cena at WrestleMania XXXI, The Bulgarian Brute made sure to make his entrance memorable. Not only did he enter as the United States Champion, but he arrived in an actual tank.
This might be the peak moment of Rusev’s career at WWE, as he not only made an excellent impression from the get-go, but he also proved to be a tough competition in his match against Cena. This year’s WrestleMania had a lot of other extravagant entrances, with this one starting off the list.
9. The Rock(WrestleMania XXXII)
You can always count on The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment to make an entrance. His entrance in WrestleMania XXXII is one to remember for ages. As he made his way out to the arena, The Rock lit his name, which appeared in big letters, with a flamethrower and set a ferocious fire display before making his way to the ring. This was one of his most epic moments, to say the least.
8. The Undertaker(WrestleMania XX)
This time, the proverbial DeadMan was actually supposed to be dead. Taker was buried alive by his brother Kane in a match, weeks ago before the event. So it was definitely a surprise seeing him walking down the arena, back from the dead facing his arch nemesis, his own brother Kane.
And of course, Taker got his revenge and emerged victorious. One thing that was clear from this match is- You can never bury The Dead Man.
7. Shane McMahon(WrestleMania XXXII)
Shane McMahon had one of his most important matches at this year’s WrestleMania, and one thing that he did not disappoint with, was his entrance. His theme song’s a banger as it is, and when his theme hit the Titantron, McMahon surprised us all as he entered into the arena with his sons by his side.
The kids accompanied their dad to the ringside, and they watched on as their dad took on The Undertaker in a Hell In A Cell match. This is one of those matches that McMahon should be kept away from, as evident from his previous HIAC matches, where he dives off the top of the table, attempting to land an elbow at his opponents. Let’s just say this match didn’t go too well for him as well.
6. The Undertaker(WrestleMania XXVIII)
We arrive again at The Undertaker. His spectacular entrance at WrestleMania XXVIII blew all his previous entrances out of the water. This entrance, in particular, captured everything that The Undertaker is. Smoke fills the entrance as soon as we hear the traditional bell toll. As he made his way to the ring, his opponent, Triple H was next to invisible in the presence of The Deadman. He is just that amazing.
Undertaker went on to defeat Triple H, and his undefeated streak continued.
5. Shinsuke Nakamura(WrestleMania XXXIV)
Shinsuke Nakamura is a pretty underutilized and underrated star nowadays. However, at that time he was at the top of his game, as he made his way to the ring, accompanied by Alice Cooper guitarist Nina Strauss performing his theme together with a full band and violinists. This was definitely his coolest entrance ever.
Coming off his win in the Royal Rumble match of that year, he was set to face AJ Styles. This was a dream match for many, and we got to see an excellent match between the two competitors. In the end, Styles won, and what seemed to be a wholesome moment after the match where Nakamura embraced him as the victor of the match, quickly went downhill for Styles when Nakamura hit him with a low blow. Well, that was lights out for Styles then and there.
4. Ric Flair(WrestleMania XXIV)
With what would prove to be his last match at WWE, The Dirtiest Player In The Game made sure that he at least went out with a bang. Flair was told that the next match that he would lose would be his last match. After facing several career-threatening matches, Flair faced off against Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXIV, which made his entrance even more impactful as fans knew that this might very well be his last match.
This would prove to be his last match, as the match came to an emotional end with Shawn Michaels hitting Flair with a superkick, thus putting his career to rest. This was the last time the WWE Universe would witness Flair’s grand entrances.
3. Triple H(WrestleMania XXX)
We can always count on Triple H to go above and beyond with his WrestleMania entrances. Some of them might be hit-or-miss, however, this year was different.
What would arguably be his best entrance, Triple H made his way to the ring in full kingly attire. What’s more is that the women who accompanied The Game to his entrance were none other than Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks, and Alexa Bliss, making this truly, the grandest entrance of them all.
2. John Cena(WrestleMania XXV)
Like him or hate him, John Cena is the face of WWE. The man definitely knows how to make an entrance, as proved by this one in particular. Multiple people dressed as John Cena came out, forming a line on both sides of the entrance. As John came out, the crowd erupted in an overwhelming pop as Cena made his way through the people of his “Cena Nation”.
1. Shawn Michaels(WrestleMania XII)
It’s honestly no surprise that Mr. WrestleMania made the No.1 on this list. This is by far my most beloved entrance at WrestleMania.
As he glided down a steel cable wire, Michaels landed in the middle of the crowd, where he was swarmed by WWE representatives as well as people from the fire department to free him from the harness.