Even though it was infamously ended, The Streak still holds significance simply because of how amazing the feat was. Many legends tried to end it, only to fail. That is, until Brock Lesnar got in The Undertaker’s way at WrestleMania 30. Given how much ending The Streak has elevated Lesnar even further, it’s worth taking a look at other prominent figures and their records at WrestleMania. You have Rob van Dam who has an undefeated 4-0 record, while the annoying Michael Cole is somehow 1-0. But what about famous wrestlers who have more losses than wins under their WrestleMania belts? Today we’ll take a look a look at eight wrestlers in that category—some might even surprise you!
8. Kane (9 Wins, 10 Losses)
Kane has been the cornerstone of WWE for over 20 years now, and despite his gimmick, he has managed to constantly evolve and not end up stale. However, this hasn’t helped his WrestleMania record. Even though he has a respectable seven wins, the Devil’s favorite demon also has nine losses under his belt. It’s understandable, however, considering he’s been a heel for the majority of his WWE career. Kane has also faced the likes of Kurt Angle at Mania, as well as participating in multiple Money in the Bank matches.
Some interesting facts about his record is that two of his losses came against his brother, The Undertaker. Kane has also won gold at WrestleMania, winning the Hardcore championship and ECW title too. His most recent WrestleMania efforts, however, have been meaningless appearances in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.