Although they never had a long, drawn-out rivalry, Jericho is one of a handful of wrestlers to pin The Undertaker on national television. Y2K also pinned The Dead Man to win the World Heavyweight Title in 2010, albeit due to outside interference from Shawn Michaels.
In 2003, A-Train was aligned with The Big Show and the two gave Undertaker several nervous moments. In fact, the two teamed to face Taker in a handicap match at WrestleMania XIX when his partner Nathan Jones was injured. Still, A-Train's hairy back wasn't enough to overcome The Dead Man.
Mr. Hughes was another individual who stole Undertaker's prized urn and while he didn't transform it into another object, he and manager Harvey Wippleman gloated over the acquisition. The slacks-and-suspenders wearing superstar was soon dealt with by The Dead Man.
Last week, we counted down the Top 50 Hallowe'en Horrors, and The Undertaker found himself in the number one position, what with him being a real-life zombie and all.
But it got us to thinking that The Phenom has become far more than a macabre gimmick that can creep people out. He's also an icon of the industry, someone who has been counted on time and time again to boost business and sell tickets. Given he's clashed with so many different opponents during his 24-year run in the WWE, it's a valid question to ask whom have brought out the best in the Dead Man.
This week's Top 50 list looks at whom The Undertaker's biggest rivalries have been with. They aren't necessarily wrestlers, but definitely people who have managed to up his game over the years. The more pain, losses and humiliation they've caused the man behind The Streak - the higher they rank on this particular list.
Ready? Here we go!
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In 1995, King Mabel interfered in a match between The Undertaker and Yokozuna and legitimately fractured The Dead Man's orbital bone after an errant legdrop to the face. When he returmed, Taker went after The King with a vengeance, and the two even battled in a casket match on pay-per-view.