There is almost constant speculation as to who might challenge next for the greatest streak in wrestling history. Famous names have suggested and debated. For the past 20 years, would-be challengers have thrust out their chests, plucked up their courage and danced with the devil.
All have lost.
The streak is however a difficult thing to maintain. Knowing that someone will always win makes for boring television if not done in the proper manner. Say to a wrestling fan 20 years ago that no matter what happens, the Undertaker will always win at WrestleMania, and they would have switched off.
In an era of creative mediocrity, the streak is at least one thing they got right.
Some of the matches have been pretty poor and I for one, saw last year's contest against Triple H as being one of the worst. It offered little more than a vanity shot for Triple H because it had no build up, no purpose and little place in the wrestling stories of the past year.
As we approach winter, however, the question of what will happen in the Royal Rumble to WrestleMania period will soon begin to be asked.
And as he is all conquering, many will look to Mark Henry to do what he previously could not do and beat the Undertaker.
What follows is five reasons, why this should NOT happen.