The Undertaker is one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time, with a career spanning several decades the legendary Phenom has faced pretty much everyone who has ever laced up a pair of boots during his time period.
'Taker is one of the greats for a reason because he has been dominant and has been incredibly well protected throughout his tenure with the company which has helped grow his character to the point he is at today.
It isn't just The Undertaker's incredible WrestleMania record that he has, with the Deadman defeating many of his rivals. However, there are several wrestlers that even The Undertaker hasn't been able to defeat, and within this list, we will rank 10 talents who he has failed to beat.
10 Randy Savage
Considering that The Undertaker and Randy Savage are two of the biggest names in the history of wrestling, it is very surprising to think that the two men have barely ever competed against each other.
The pair never had a long-term feud and actually only ever had one match against each other in their career, taking place in the early 1990s in a tag team match, with Savage teaming with Jim Duggan and Taker being joined by Jake Roberts.
The match was an all-out brawl and put four of the biggest names in wrestling history together, although The Undertaker and Jake 'The Snake' Roberts were unable to achieve the victory.
9 The Ultimate Warrior
While The Undertaker has been an incredibly well-protected character, it could be argued that The Ultimate Warrior was even more protected, very rarely picking up defeats throughout his career.
When the two very protected characters met up inside the squared circle, it really was a test of which talent WWE would be backing, with WWE pushing The Ultimate Warrior who picked up a big win inside the Madison Square Garden.
They competed in a body bag match, which was similar to that of a casket match, and it was Ultimate Warrior who scored the victory, providing a very strange visual afterward.
So far we have had two WWE Hall Of Famers on the list who don't seem like to be too crazy in order to have had scored a victory against the Deadman, but Sheamus might be where things start to change.
The Celtic Warrior has certainly had a fantastic career and is incredibly underrated, however, you certainly wouldn't think that he would have an undefeated record against The Undertaker.
The victory didn't take place on television, instead, happening in a dark match after the 900th edition of Raw, with the two men being joined by John Cena in a triple threat steel cage match where Sheamus escaping through the door to victory.
We go from one surprising name to another, as Chyna has also defeated The Undertaker, which is something that a lot of people likely do not know, with the ninth wonder of the world having a 1-0 record against the Deadman.
While Chyna was certainly taken seriously as a threat who could compete against male talents, taking on someone like The Undertaker was a level that she didn't work at for a long period of time.
However, the one time they competed was on an episode of Raw in a triple threat match that also included Triple H, with Chyna pinning The Game after some help by Steve Austin. So even though she didn't pin The Undertaker, she has still beaten him.
While you may think that this entry has to do with the fact that the dream match between Sting and Undertaker never happened, that's a bit of a lie. Turns out it kind of did.
Back in WCW when Undertaker wrestled as "Mean" Mark Callous, he did take on Sting in a losing effort which saw him tap out to the Scorpion Death Lock. Taker would leave for WWE shortly after and never have a chance to avenge his loss. Obviously, people would have loved to see The Deadman vs Sting instead of Mean Mark Callous, but the time for this dream has passed.
5 Lex Luger
Surprisingly, The Undertaker and Lex Luger have only ever competed against each other once in their careers, which is a reoccurring theme for people who have undefeated records against the Deadman.
Their one match took place at the NWA 1993 Great American Bash when a pre-Undertaker challenged Lex Luger for the United States Championship, with 'Taker being managed by Paul E. Dangerously (Heyman).
The two men were also on the same team at Survivor Series 1993 in a team match, with Luger outlasting Undertaker and eventually winning the match whilst The Undertaker was eliminated during it.
4 Ahmed Johnson
That's right, Ahmed Johnson has an undefeated record against The Undertaker, with the Deadman failing to pick up a victory against him during his entire wrestling career, which isn't something many people expect.
Johnson wasn't the most talented of in-ring workers, which is why it was a major surprise to learn that The Undertaker hadn't defeated him, although the only time they competed was within a battle royal.
'Taker was busy in a feud with Mankind at the time and that played an impact within it, as Johnson won the match despite never actually touching the Deadman at any point.
3 Seth Rollins
That's right, the former Shield member happens to have defeated The Undertaker clean during his WWE career, alongside his Shield brothers in a six-man tag team match which took place in London, England.
Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns teamed up during The Shield's dominant first run as they faced off against The Undertaker and Team Hell No, with Bryan ending up being the man who took the pinfall loss.
It was actually Dean Ambrose who secured the victory that night, but of course, Seth Rollins still got the W, and unless they compete again, that record will remain.
2 Lance Storm
This is another incredibly surprising name to have an undefeated record against The Undertaker, with Lance Storm never being taken seriously as a main event threat during his WWE career.
However, Storm was an incredible wrestler that was vastly underrated, which can be proven by his victories over The Undertaker, which took place during his run with The Un-Americans.
The match was a multi-man tag match and Storm never did manage to secure the pinfall, with Test and Christian doing most of the heavy lifting, but the record books don't lie.
1 Roman Reigns
It is the Big Dog's Yard now, and that is exactly what it has been since Roman Reigns was thrust into the main event picture in 2014, but it really became clear when he was able to defeat The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33.
The two men competed in what was expected to be The Undertaker's final match (at the time), with the Deadman passing the torch and leaving his ring gear in the middle of the ring, but of course, he has continued to work since then.
Reigns also boasts a victory over The Undertaker via the 2017 Royal Rumble, where Reigns eliminated The Phenom from the match, much to the surprise of many people. The Big Dog also has a win against him from SmackDown in 2013 when The Shield beat 'Taker and Team Hell No.