Being unbeatable doesn’t necessarily have to mean that you never lose a match. After all, in the history of professional wrestling, nobody with a career of any length has ever gone completely undefeated. But in certain circumstances, some wrestlers have excelled at standing above the rest of the crowd and becoming absolutely dominant. The wrestlers on this list hold some of the longest winning streaks, the lengthiest title reigns, and have survived some of the most improbably situations in order to emerge victorious. They are the wrestlers that you wouldn’t want to face at the peaks of their careers, because you would surely be walking away with a loss.
When people look at the semi-retired Triple H and laud him for his efforts building NXT into an incredible success that will be a big part of developing WWE talent for the future, they might start to think to themselves “he can’t possibly have been as bad as people say he was when he wrestled”. Well, we’re here to tell you that for roughly a three-year period in the early 2000’s, Triple H was seen as probably the biggest problem in WWE, and one that, due to his marriage to Stephanie McMahon, would never go away. After being handed the new World Heavyweight Championship in mid-2002, Triple H would go on a reign of terror almost beyond compare. He lost the title briefly for a few weeks at the end of 2002, in order to give his best friend Shawn Michaels what was thought to be one last moment in the sun before HBK slipped back into retirement, but otherwise held a death grip on the belt for an entire year, beating any number of promising talents along the way, even when it made no sense. In the fall of 2003, he briefly lost the title to Goldberg, but regained it again in December, and held it until WrestleMania. Then, he won it back again in mid-2004, once again not relinquishing it until WrestleMania 21, at which point he finally let his hold on the top title loosen just a little bit. From the inception of the title in 2002, until being dethroned by Batista in 2005, Triple H held the World Heavyweight Championship for an astonishing 616 days, or in other words, nearly two full years of a three-year time period.