WrestleMania 23 - Batista

At WrestleMania 23, Undertaker ran his perfect WrestleMania record to 15-0 by defeating Batista. After a hard-fought battle, the Phenom put the Animal away with a Tombstone Piledriver, in the process capturing the World Heavyweight Championship.

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WrestleMania 22 - Mark Henry

At WrestleMania 22, Undertaker ran his perfect WrestleMania record to 14-0 by defeating Mark Henry in a Casket Match. After nailing Henry with a Tombstone, the Deadman rolled the World's Strogest Man into the casket to seal the victory.

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WrestleMania 21 - Randy Orton

At WrestleMania 21, the legendary Deadman ran his WrestleMania record to a perfect 13-0 when he took on RAW's Legend Killer, Randy Orton.

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WrestleMania XX - Kane

At WrestleMania XX, the Deadman returned to the ring to renew his rivalry with brother Kane after the Big Red Monster buried him alive at Survivor Series 2003.

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WrestleMania XIX - Big Show & A-Train

At WrestleMania XIX, Undertaker was scheduled to team with Nathan Jones to take on Big Show & A-Train. Instead, a pre-match attack by the opponents left Nathan Jones injured, forcing the Deadman to go it alone.

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WrestleMania X8 - Ric Flair

At No Way Out 2002, Ric Flair cost Undertaker his match against The Rock. The Deadman then challenged Flair to a match at WrestleMania X8, a challenge "The Nature Boy" initially resisted.

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WrestleMania X-Seven - Triple H

In early 2001, Triple H said that he had no one left to beat. Undertaker took offense to that, challenging The Game to a match at WrestleMania X-Seven.

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WrestleMania XV - Big Boss Man

In early 1999, Undertaker was doing everything he could to torment Mr. McMahon. So, at WrestleMania XV, the WWE Chairman sent his personal henchman, Big Boss Man, to  battle the Deadman inside Hell in a Cell.

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WrestleMania XIV - Kane

In 1997, Kane debuted in WWE, costing his brother the first-ever Hell in a Cell Match at Badd Blood. Finally, after months of torment, Undertaker agreed to fight his brother at WrestleMania XIV.

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WrestleMania 13 - Sycho Sid

At WrestleMania 13, Undertaker looked to improve his WrestleMania record to 7-0 when he took on Sid for the WWE Championship.

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WrestleMania XII - Diesel

In early 1996, Undertaker & Diesel each cost the other an opportunity to win the WWE Championship. At WrestleMania XII, the two big men settled their score as Undertaker looked to go 5-for-5 at WrestleMania.

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WrestleMania XI - King Kong Bundy

After Ted DiBiase's Corporation stole Undertaker's urn at the 1995 Royal Rumble, the Deadman was looking for revenge when he faced Corporation member King Kong Bundy at WrestleMania XI.

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WrestleMania IX - Giant Gonzales

In mid-1992, Undertaker began a lengthy rivalry with Harvey Wippleman. At WrestleMania IX, the crafty manager gave Undertaker his toughest challenge yet in the form of the nearly 8-foot tall Giant Gonzales.

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WrestleMania VIII - Jake "The Snake" Roberts

In 1991, Undertaker & Jake "The Snake" Roberts were allies, terrorizing the likes of Ultimate Warrior & Randy Savage. After the Deadman had a change of heart in early 1992, he was Roberts' opponent at WrestleMania VIII.

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WrestleMania VII - Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka

Undertaker made his WWE debut at the 1990 Survivor Series. Four months later, he made his WrestleMania debut by defeating Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka at WrestleMania VII.

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