You would think, for an event with as much history and spectacle as WrestleMania, WWE would ensure that every match on the card was something special. And maybe that is their intent, but in practice, WrestleMania has seen just as many downright terrible matches as it has five star classics. And while WWE will trumpet their WrestleMania successes to the ends of the earth, their gruesome failures also deserve a spotlight of their own, if only so that WWE can attempt not to repeat these horrible mistakes in the future.
10. The Undertaker vs Giant Gonzalez, WrestleMania IX
Honestly, most of Undertaker’s early WrestleMania matches could go on here, because it really wasn’t until he changed into BikerTaker that he turned into a shockingly good worker and started getting matched up with talented opponents. Seriously, the first dozen or so years of Undertaker Streak matches are a combination of squash matches, aging veterans giving him the rub, and big, fat guys. Pretty much up until WrestleMania X-7 there isn’t a single Undertaker WrestleMania match that we’d actually recommend you watch, aside from the one bright spot against Diesel at WrestleMania XII. That said, at least a couple of them deserve special mention for being horrible, the first being this abomination against Giant Gonzalez, whose chief asset as a wrestler was being really tall. This is the only Streak match where The Undertaker didn’t actually defeat his opponent, winning by DQ when Gonzalez attempted to suffocate him with an ether-soaked rag. Also working against this match was the lack of atmosphere, as WrestleMania IX took place outdoors, in the middle of the afternoon in sunny Las Vegas, which kind of ruins the mystique of Undertaker’s classic entrance (a mistake WWE would replicate at WrestleMania 31 in San Francisco, but at least they waited until it was close to dusk for Taker’s match).http://indonesiawwe.blogspot.ca/2014/03/sejarah-undertaker-di-wrestlemania-1991.html Source: indonesiawwe.blogspot.ca