WWE News: Wrestler Win-Loss Records For All Those On The ‘WrestleMania 31’ Card

There is a large number of wrestlers and superstars that will be performing on the card for WrestleMania 31, and some have more of a record than others. Some like The Undertaker have been performing at WrestleMania events since it was in single-digits and others like Sting are appearing at their first. Check out the full win-loss records for everyone on the card this Sunday.

Speaking of The Undertaker, he has now appeared on the card of 22 WrestleManias, and has a record of 21-1. For those that aren’t aware, his streak was shockingly broken last year when Brock Lesnar pinned him clean at WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans.

As WWE pointed out, Undertaker’s undefeated streak may have been broken, but he has another one going. WrestleMania 31 will be his 14th consecutive appearance at the big event. The record was broken at WrestleMania 29, and it was formerly held by Bret “Hit Man” Hart.

The records below have been gathered through a lot of research and help from sites such as What Culture to figure out who wins a lot and who loses a lot. Below are the full win-loss records throughout WrestleMania for all of those on the WrestleMania 31 card.

WWE World Title: Brock Lesnar (C) vs. Roman Reigns

  • Brock Lesnar: 2-2
  • Roman Reigns: 2-0

Sting vs. Triple H

  • Sting: 0-0
  • Triple H: 8-10

Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins

  • Randy Orton: 4-7
  • Seth Rollins: 2-0

The Bella Twins vs. AJ Lee & Paige

  • Nikki Bella 0-2
  • Brie Bella 0-2
  • AJ Lee 1-0
  • Paige 0-0

Bray Wyatt vs. The Undertaker

  • Bray Wyatt: 0-1
  • Undertaker: 21-1

United States Title: Rusev (C) vs. John Cena

  • Rusev: 0-0
  • John Cena 8-3

Tag-Team Title Match: Brass Ring Club (C) vs. The Usos vs. A New Day vs. Los Matadores

  • Cesaro: 1-1
  • Tyson Kidd: 0-2
  • Jimmy Uso: 1-1
  • Jey Uso: 1-1
  • Big E: 0-2
  • Kofi Kingston: 0-2
  • Diego (Primo): 1-2
  • Fernando (Epico): 0-1

Intercontinental Title Ladder Match: Bad News Barrett (C) vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Stardust vs. Luke Harper vs. R-Truth

  • Bad News Barrett: 0-2
  • Dolph Ziggler: 1-4
  • Dean Ambrose: 2-0
  • Daniel Bryan: 3-1
  • Stardust: 1-3
  • Luke Harper: 0-0
  • R-Truth: 0-1

Second Annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal

  • The Miz: 1-1
  • Curtis Axel: 0-1
  • Ryback: 0-2
  • Fandango: 1-1
  • Adam Rose: 0-0
  • Zack Ryder: 0-1
  • Jack Swagger: 2-2
  • Titus O’Neil: 0-0
  • Darren Young: 0-0
  • Big Show: 4-10
  • Kane: 7-9
  • Erick Rowan: 0-0
  • Damien Mizdow: 0-1
  • Sin Cara: 0-0
  • Goldust: 0-5
  • Heath Slater: 0-0
  • Mark Henry: 2-4
  • Konnor: 0-0
  • Viktor: 0-0
  • Hideo Itami: 0-0

The list above includes records for only those superstars appearing on the final WWE WrestleMania 31 card. The wins and losses are cumulative for who they are now and any other wrestling personalities/gimmicks they may have had in the past.

When it comes to win and loss records at WrestleMania, they may be impressive or embarrassing, but they don’t mean a whole lot at the present time. All anyone wants to do is win now, and on Sunday at WrestleMania 31, that is all that everyone on this will want to do.

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