The Undertaker calls time on WWE career

The Undertaker made his debut 25-years-ago and became one of the most popular superstars in history.

It was an end of an era as The Undertaker retired from the WWE after losing a brutal Wrestlemania 33 match against Roman Reigns.

The Undertaker made his debut 25-years-ago and became one of the most popular superstars in history.

After the match, The Undertaker left his ring gear in the ring siganalling that it was time for him to bid farewell to the sport he loved.

The Undertaker’s all-time Wrestlemania record:

1-0 beats Jimmy Snuka (Wrestlemania VII, 1991)

2-0 beats Jake Roberts (Wrestlemania VIII, 1992)

3-0 beats Giant Gonzalez (Wrestlemania IX, 1993)

4-0 beats King King Bundy (Wrestlemania XI, 1995)

5-0 beats Diesel (Wrestlemania XII, 1996)

6-0 beats Sycho Side (Wrestlemania 13, 1997)

7-0 beats Kane (Wrestlemania XIV, 1998)

8-0 beats The Big Bossman (Wrestlemania XV, 1999)

9-0 beats Triple H (Wrestlemania X-Seven, 2001)

10-0 beats Ric Flair (Wrestlemania X8, 2002)

11-0 beats Big Show and A-Train (Wrestlemania XIX, 2003)

12-0 beats Kane (Wrestlemania XX, 2004)

13-0 beats Randy Orton (Wrestlemania 21, 2005)

14-0 beats Mark Henry (Wrestlemania 22, 2006)

15-0 beats Batista (Wrestlemania 23, 2007)

16-0 beats Edge (Wrestlemania XXIV, 2008)

17-0 beats Shawn Michaels (Wrestlemania XXV, 2009)

18-0 beats Shawn Michaels (Wrestlemania XXVI, 2010)

19-0 beats Triple H (Wrestlemania XXVII, 2011)

20-0 beats Triple H (Wrestlemania XXVIII, 2012)

21-0 beats CM Punk (Wrestlemania 29, 2013)

21-1 loses to Brock Lesnar (Wrestlemania XXX, 2014)

22-1 beats Bray Wyatt (Wrestlemania 31, 2015)

23-1 beats Shane McMahon (Wrestlemania 32, 2016)

23-2 loses to Roman Reigns (Wrestlemania 33, 2017)

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