WWE WrestleMania XXIX: Most Shocking Win-Loss Records in Event History

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WWE WrestleMania XXIX: Most Shocking Win-Loss Records in Event History
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WrestleMania 29 is less than a week away. While titles are up for grabs and rivalries are shown on the grandest stage WWE has to offer, one tradition of WrestleMania sees its 21st edition looming around the corner. WrestleMania is the time of the year where The Undertaker prepares for a match and defeats whoever he faces. The Undertaker has competed in all but eight WrestleManias in history, beginning with WrestleMania 7 and Jimmy Snuka. Triple H, the opponent of The Undertaker at WrestleMania three times, including the last two years, will compete in his 17th WrestleMania match this Sunday. That mark ties his longtime friend and multiple time victim of The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, for the most WrestleMania matches for anyone that isn't The Deadman.

Whether he defeats CM Punk this Sunday or not, The Undertaker's win-loss record at WrestleMania is easily among the most startling  facts about WrestleMania. In fact, it isn't all about the high amount of wins someone may attain. The lack of getting a signature win at WrestleMania has haunted some of the greatest superstars of today and of all-time. A great record at WrestleMania doesn't guarantee a Hall of Fame career, but it does make for an interesting look at superstars and their careers. Here's a look at 10 of the best and worst records at The Showcase of The Immortals.

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