WrestleMania is that time of the year when every WWE superstar looks to make their mark. It’s where you either go big or go home.
Throughout the years, numerous records have been set at The Showcase Of The Immortals. From the longest to the shortest Mania match ever, let’s look at the Top 10 WrestleMania records that will never be broken:
10. Shortest WrestleMania Match
The Rock faced off against The Wyatt Family member Erik Rowan at WrestleMania 32, in what would set the record as the shortest match ever. The match ended in 6 seconds with The Rock putting Rowan away with The Rock Bottom as soon as the match started.
After his win, The Wyatt Family surrounded The Great One, waiting to pounce. Fortunately, John Cena came to the rescue. The Cenation Leader and The Rock fended them away, while the WWE Universe rejoiced to see the two legends side by side.
9. Youngest WWE Tag Team Champion Crowned at WrestleMania
While superstars interacting with fans isn’t an uncommon thing in WWE, no one expected this match in their wildest dreams. At WrestleMania 34, The Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman challenged the RAW tag team champions at that time, The Bar( Sheamus & Cesaro).
The problem was, Strowman didn’t have a tag team partner prior to the matchup. So he decided to choose a random 10-year-old kid from the audience to be his tag team partner. The whole situation seemed pretty ridiculous from the start. With how much of a monster Strowman was portrayed to be back then, it was to no one’s surprise when he defeated Sheamus and Cesaro all by himself. The 10-year-old, Nicholas and Braun Strowman became the new RAW Tag Team Champions. Due to obvious reasons, they had to relinquish the title later on. This was a fun, yet the somewhat stupid decision to strip The Bar off the tag titles.
8. Longest WrestleMania Match
At WrestleMania 12, Bret Hart faced off against Shawn Michaels for the WWF Championship in an Iron Man Match, which went on for a whopping 60 minutes. The match was definitely a 5-star classic delivered by the two superstars.
It’s unlikely that such a match will ever happen again at The Showcase Of The Immortals. Even if it does end up happening, it either won’t go on for an hour or it won’t be nearly as good as this classic.
7. Most WrestleMania Losses
Believe it or not, The Cerebral Assassin, Triple H actually holds the record for most losses at Mania. He currently holds a record of 10-13 and it’s unlikely that his win rate would increase anytime soon.
The only other wrestlers who come close to him are Big Show with 12 losses and Kane with 11 losses. It’s unlikely for the two legends to fight at WrestleMania in the near future. While it’s not necessarily an unbreakable record, it’s unlikely for any of the current wrestlers to lose more than 13 matches at The Grandest Stage Of Them All.
6. The Longest Undefeated Streak
If there’s one thing that The Deadman is the most famous for, is his undefeated streak at WrestleMania for straight 21 years.
He ultimately lost to The Beast Brock Lesnar, thus ending his legendary streak at 21-1. However, it is one streak that won’t ever be broken in the near future, or possibly ever.
5. Most Numbers of matches worked in a career
The Undertaker holds not only the record for most matches won at WrestleMania, but also the most number of matches worked at The Grandest Stage Of Them All.
The Deadman has a record of 25 matches worked at Mania, which is pretty impressive. This number is unlikely to be broken anytime soon by a current wrestler.
4. Most Number of Matches Main-Evented in a career
Hulk Hogan is someone who attended the first-ever WrestleMania. He went on to main event seven out of the first eight WrestleManias. Technically, he main-evented WrestleMania 9 as well, by closing the event in an impromptu match.
His record was matched by Triple H, who main evented 7 WrestleManias. Unlike Hogan, who main evented back to back, The Game did so in different years. It will be difficult for any superstar to match their record. Maybe Roman Reigns would be the one to tie with them, but for now, the two Legends remain at the top.
3. Most Matches worked in one night
In WrestleMania 4, the “Macho Man” Randy Savage worked four matches in one night to win the WWE Championship.
Although Savage spent about a total of half an hour in all four matches combined, it is still an impressive feat.
2. Most Title Losses in one WrestleMania
As of now, Kurt Angle holds the record for the most number of championship title losses in one WrestleMania.
In WrestleMania 16, Kurt Angle faced Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit in a 2 out of 3 falls match, with the Intercontinental Championship and the European Championship on the line.
Jericho won the European title in the first fall while Benoit won the IC title in the second fall, leaving Kurt Angle empty-handed.
1. Most Consecutive WrestleMania Losses
Goldust has a not-so-great history at WrestleMania. He lost 7 consecutive matches from 1996-2016. Other wrestlers have a greater loss record than him, but Goldust is the only one who went back-to-back without winning a single match at Mania, making him the one with the worst record at Mania.
Watch this year’s Showcase of The Immortals on April 1 & 2 as stars collide and history will be made.
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