Burial is widely regarded as one of the greatest superstars in WWE history. He alone has the power to attract people. He made his debut in 1990 and could lose a bit to any player. As a result, any defeat is a watershed event for him. Burial has only been a short time in his career, and Mutman has always been superior when he was nicknamed. However, Ander Taker has suffered a setback in his career. Listed below are some of the winners.
Not only did Ahmed Johnson win the funeral, but he also had a good record against Dedman. Amazingly, Johnson was unable to maintain his status as a major event star, so it is surprising that he was never beaten by the undertaker. Johnson grew up in an age when adults were more likely to be given opportunities based on their own abilities rather than their own abilities. He has not reached the pinnacle of his career, and his successes will be questioned by fans.
Vladimir Kozlov was probably the biggest loser for the funeral. Kozlov surprised the undertaker by turning the old school into a powerhouse and winning the game as the next big thing. WWE did its best to promote the Moscow Mulls by defeating the Moscow Mለller. Kozlov was a terrific ring worker, so the pressure was off. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. Kozlov was released in 2011 after failing to make a significant impact. He has only won the WWE Tag Team Championship once.
3. Mr. Kennedy
Mr. Kennedy was one of the few people who was not pushed because of his size. When he first appeared on the scene, he was overjoyed to feel the confidence and admiration that made him feel like a superstar, which is why he was able to defeat the undertaker on several occasions. They were at loggerheads with each other, and WWE supported Kennedy to the end. But the profession did not reach the intended level and was easily forgotten.
4. Roman Reign
At WrestleMania, Roman Reynolds became only the second person to win the funeral. Raines beat him three times before he pinned him down and rewrote the story at WrestleMania 33. After the match, the mourner left his gloves, coat, and hat in the middle of the ring, indicating that this might be his last match. . The contest received mixed reviews, and many fans were disappointed. Taker hugged his wife next to the ring and bid farewell to the WWE Universe. The victory quickly boosted Wigan's future and had a significant impact on Reagan. A.D. 2017 was the year of the Big Dog, he had some really strong competition as a WWE player, and it all started with winning the Phenomenon.
5. The Great Kali
When we return to the WWE polls to promote adults, the Great Kali is a perfect example of someone who was not good enough for the main event but was forced into it. He defeated the receiver in a big fight during the monster push. However, WWE's push for Kali did not last long, as we quickly slipped through the roster, dancing in the ring and appearing on camera kisses. This has been a big shout-out since he was an actor.
6. Kurt angle
Undoubtedly, one of the Burial's best matches was in 2006. Kurt Angle and The Dedman demolished the house when the two superheroes gave their best. Angle rolled over to defend the title against the Undertaker Triangle Choke. The bout lasted less than 30 minutes and was the World Heavyweight Championship. Tucker pulled Angle off the mat and hugged him after the game. This match was unique in that it featured a technical performance between the two WWE superstars. Angle and the Undertaker had some great matches since then but the 2006 No Way Out classic will be remembered for a long time.
7. Brock Lesar
It all started at a glance, or more accurately, at the end of one. Many years ago, since the burial of Wrestlemania, a 21-1 victory, he, as it is well known, has long been in the eyes of the deceased. Lensar lost the WWE Championship to the Women's Rolls after a burglar intervened to cover the Brooke title. This resulted in a Summerslam match, which Undertaker won, but not in the way he normally does. When Lensar applied the Kimura lock, the employer tapped him, prompting him to ring the bell, but the judge missed him. In the midst of the commotion, the undertaker, with a low shot at Brooke Lensar, applied to the gates of hell for victory and victory. There was only one viable option to resolve the conflict. Hell in a cell
At Home 8, Goldstar and the Burier competed in a coffin match. Goldst is known for playing mind games against his opponents during his short time at the WWF. The undertaker, on the other hand, showed his ingenuity by inserting the ring behind the Goldstar instead of the usual entrance. After hitting the Tombstone Pillarriver and opening the coffin, the spokesman took Goldstone to be killed. But the man came in a coffin, anointed the coffin, locked it in the coffin, and gave Goldstone a victory.
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