How many times has the Undertaker defeated Triple H?

How many times has the Undertaker defeated Triple H?

6th Triple H Triple H met The Phenom 86 times, with the Undertaker winning 58 times, The Game winning 22, and six draws. This was a fantastic competition because they are both among the top wrestlers of the twentieth century. They both had very distinct styles that made them difficult to beat: Triple H was more about power and accuracy while The Undertaker was more about psychology and trickery.

They first met in December 1994 at the Royal Rumble event when Triple H entered at number one and The Undertaker at number two. Triple H tried to bully his way to the win by hitting The Deadman with a steel chair but The Eater of Fears proved too strong for him. After this victory, The Undertaker stopped appearing at King of the Ring events until July 1995 when he returned and defeated Triple H again to win their sixth match together.

Since then, they have always gone head-to-head in either title matches or series of multi-match bouts with The Phenom trying to capture all four of his championships at once.

They first fought for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania 16 where The Undertaker defended his title against Triple H who was awarded the championship after Chyna hit him with a guitar during his match with Shawn Michaels.

How many times has Triple H beaten The Undertaker?

According to WrestlingData.com, Triple H has 14 victories over The Undertaker, four draws, and 60 losses. To be sure, many of those are likely home shows.

Seven matches have featured the SmackDown brand, including joint-branded matches with both ECW and Raw. With fifteen Elimination Chamber bouts, the Elimination Chamber event has featured the most Elimination Chamber matches of any WWE pay-per-view event. With four victories, Triple H holds the record.

When he won the match at the first-ever Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in 2010, John Cena became the second WWE wrestler to win multiple chamber bouts after Triple H. The WWE Championship was on the line. He defeated Sheamus, Triple H, Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase, and Kofi Kingston in the match.

How many WWE world champions does Triple H have?

Triple H is a 14-time World Champion and one of the most iconic wrestlers in WWE history. Relive The Game's championship triumphs over The Rock, Goldberg, The Undertaker, and more! Subscribe to WWE on YouTube for more great action!

How many times has Triple H fought at WrestleMania?

Triple H has competed in 16 WrestleManias, while Michaels has competed in 17. Triple H has a 7-9 record. On the largest stage of all, Michaels completed his career with a 6-11 record. Despite his poor track record, Michaels stole the show more than his companion.

Shawn Michaels allegedly sustained a career-ending injury during his casket bout with The Undertaker at the 1998 Royal Rumble. After being flung over the top rope, Shawn clipped the casket.

WWE's second Grand Slam Champion is Triple H. Despite the fact that the majority of Triple H's championship reigns occurred while Michaels was out, the WWE trusted him enough to let him grab the ball and run with it. Triple H was on top as recently as 2009, when he won his ninth WWE Championship. This category is won by Triple H.

Who won Undertaker vs Triple H?

The Cell Wasn't Necessary for Triple H. With his Hell in a Cell victory over Triple H in one of the most anticipated matchups of WrestleMania 28, The Undertaker extended his unbeaten record to a perfect 20-0.

This is perhaps the only match at WrestleMania where the use of the Cell was not necessary. Both men were able to work their moves outside the ring with no trouble. However, it did allow both men to show off their skills even more so than usual. The match was very competitive throughout with neither man being counted out easily. In the end, it was The Undertaker who came out on top winning our first ever 30-29 decision.

He then proceeded to drag himself back into the cell before leaving us all with one final message...

"Thank you for playing my friends. I will be back."

With that, we give you the winner of the first ever 30-29 decision match at WrestleMania: The Undertaker!

Who has Undertaker wrestled the most?

The Top Ten Wrestlers He Has Defeated

  • Kane.
  • Charles Wright.
  • Big Show.
  • Triple H.
  • MVP.
  • Edge.
  • Mark Henry.
  • 0 CM Punk. Mark Callaway (Taker’s real name) defeated CM Punk 44 times in total and they faced 50 times, which means that The Deadman crushed him almost always.

When did The Undertaker and Triple H fight?

August 26, 2002: The Undertaker vs. Triple H: Raw-Top Contendership Match On Raw, Triple H and The Undertaker compete for the position of top contender.

How many times did Undertaker fight Kane at WrestleMania?

#3 Kane. The Undertaker and his narrative brother, Kane, have a two-decade relationship together. Throughout their lives, the two behemoths have clashed several times. And the Big Red Machine has met The Undertaker twice at WrestleMania.

In 1997, Kane was introduced as a new character in the WWF. He was brought in by Vince McMahon after Bret Hart refused to face him at WrestleMania 17. During this time, The Undertaker was battling with his own issues after his wife died at the hands of Shawn Michaels. So, in order for both men to move on from their losses, they agreed to meet each other at WrestleMania 23.

Kane took advantage of The Undertaker being distracted by his problems, and he killed him during their match. After this incident, McMahon announced that since Undertaker had murdered him at his own show, he would get his revenge at WrestleMania 23. But before they could battle it out, Orton attacked both men from behind, thus ending their feud.

Four years later at WrestleMania 31, The Undertaker returned from his retirement to face Kane one last time. This time, however, there was no need for an intervention from Vince McMahon because both men knew that this match would be their last showdown at the event.

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