12 WWF Wrestlers That Are Undefeated At SummerSlam

12 WWF Wrestlers That Are Undefeated At SummerSlam

Most fans are always talking about the legendary WrestleMania streak of The Undertaker, which ended in 2014, but is there a similar streak for the annual SummerSlam PPV?

Well, not quite, but there are quite a few smaller streaks and we have listed them for you:

12. Ax 2-0

Demolition Ax is the only Demolition member, who’s undefeated at SummerSlam, as his Tag Team Partners Smash & Crush lost to the Hart Foundation in 1990 and Smash (as Repo Man) lost to Crush in 1992.

Ax won twice at a SummerSlam PPV, when his team defeated The Hart Foundation in 1988 and André & The Twin Towers in 1989.

11. Ric Flair 2-0


This list wouldn’t be complete without The Nature Boy himself, 2 time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, who won all his SummerSlam matches.

During his first WWF stint, he didn’t compete at SummerSlam, though being backstage in 1991 and being ringside during the World title match in 1992.

Flair defeated Chris Jericho in 2002 and Mick Foley in 2006.

10. Typhoon 2-0

While his Tag Team partner Earthquake was defeated by none other than The Immortal Hulk Hogan himself, in the co-main event of 1990, Typhoon himself has never lost a match at a SummerSlam PPV.

Before he became famous for portraying the infamous Shockmaster character, Typhoon & his team partner Earthquake defeated The Bushwhackers in 1991 and The Beverly Brothers in 1992.

9. Kerry Von Erich 2-0

“The Texas Tornado” himself, legendary WWE Hall of Famer Kerry Von Erich is undefeated at SummerSlam.

Kerry won the WWF Intercontinental Championship in 1990 when he defeated the late great Mr. Perfect, before also winning the 6 man tag opener the following year.

† R.I.P. Kerry Von Erich
February 3, 1960 – February 18, 1993

The Strongest Women In Wrestling History

The Strongest Women of Wrestling

With this list we’re paying tribute to the strong and powerful women of Professional Wrestling. We have however only included female Wrestlers & Divas from major promotions like WWE, WWF, WCW, ECW & TNA.

You are most likely going to enjoy the memories that this list is bringing back!

11. Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn (Real Name: Celeste Bonin) became a WWE Superstar in 2010 when she won NXT Season 3.

In 2014 she left the WWE and retired from Professional Wrestling in general.

10. Marianna

Marianna Komlos joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1999 as Mrs. Cleavage, but soon went by her real life first name Marianna, managing Chaz, who was formerly known as Headbanger Mosh, before she left the WWF again.

† Rest In Peace Marianna Komlos
September 03, 1969 – September 26, 2004

9. Bull Nakano

Japanese Wrestling Legend Bull Nakano (Real Name: Keiko Nakano) showed up on World Wrestling Federation TV in 1994, feuding with fellow bodybuilder woman Alundra Blayze, before getting fired for possession of cocaine.

Both ladies relived their feud again in 1996, when they were both wrestling for Ted Turner’s WCW.

8. Beth Phoenix

Beth Phoenix (Real Name: Elizabeth Kocianski) debuted on WWE TV as part of the RAW roster in 2006.

She stayed with the promotion until leaving for “family reasons” in late 2012.

The Best Professional Wrestling TV Shows That Are NOT On The WWE Network Yet

The Best Wrestling TV Shows That Are NOT On The WWE Network Yet

On this list we cover all the regular (weekly) Professional Wrestling TV Shows, that the WWE has in their library, but for whatever reason did not upload on the WWE Network yet.

Keep in mind that they have most of those Old School Wrestling shows still on analogue film rolls and have yet to digitalize them.

20. WWF Jakked / Metal

WWF Jakked & WWF Metal aired syndicated from September 4, 1999 until May 19, 2002, replacing WWF Shotgun Saturday Night on Saturdays.

19. WWF Wrestling at the Chase

WWF Wrestling at the Chase was a local TV Show that aired on KPLR-TV in St. Louis, Missouri from January 1, 1984 until October 21, 1984.

18. WWE Confidential

WWE Confidential was a weekly exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ show, hosted by “Mean” Gene Okerlund, that aired on Spike TV from May 25, 2002 until April 24, 2004.

17. WCW Prime

WCW Prime was a weekly TV show on the Prime Sports Network from February 6, 1995 until late 1996, that aired mid-card matches from the Disney-MGM Studio Tapings.

16. WWF Mania

WWF Mania was a weekly TV Show that aired on Saturday mornings between 1993 and 1996 on the USA Network.

The Undertaker’s 5 Most Underrated Matches

Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Kurt Angle

Written By Our Guest Writer: Michael Patterson

The Undertaker is a WWF/E legend. Nothing is more old school than the Deadman, having been present for every single WWF/E era since the Golden Era.

One of his greatest attributes is his ability to constantly put on 5 Star matches, especially as he has gotten older. Who could ever forget his classic battles with Shawn Michaels WrestleMania 25 and 26? Or his legendary Hell in A Cell match with Mankind? And remember his iconic Inferno match with Kane? Thus, when you’ve wrestled for 26 years in WWF/E and constantly deliver classic bouts, it’s understandable that some may be overlooked, even anticipated rematches and title matches too. Let’s take a look at some of the Undertaker’s most underrated battles.

5. Undertaker vs Kane (No Holds Barred) – Night of Champions (2010)

The Undertaker and Kane have had some legendary battles over the years. Everybody remembers their war at WWF WrestleMania XIV when Kane came very close to ending the Streak. Furthermore, the image of that Inferno Match at Unforgiven will always be etched into our memories. However, their rivalry in 2010 wasn’t very well-received at all. The Undertaker was hurting badly, suffering from multiple injuries. Their Hell In A Cell and Buried Alive matches were not very well received. However, their No Holds Barred match at Night of Champions 2010 is actually quite a hidden gem that people seem to have forgotten about. It wasn’t pretty and it wasn’t a perfect wrestling match. But it was everything you would expect from these two monsters – a violent, graphic brawl between two vengeful warriors.

The No Holds Barred stipulation allowed the match to be brutal and completely out of control, spilling into the aisle-way and the crowd. It told a great story and made for an entertaining matchup that cleverly concealed the noticeably slower Undertaker. It also marked the first time Kane came out on top between these two on PPV. Not the best match between the Brothers of Destruction, but certainly the best of their 2010 rivalry…by far.

Return of the Demon: Kane’s Greatest Returns

Written By Our Guest Writer: Michael Patterson

It doesn’t get much more Old School than the Big Red Machine Kane. He has been a part of WWF/E for two decades and still puts on a great show today. Much like his brother, The Undertaker, Kane has outlasted the vast majority of superstars from his respective era. When we think of Kane, one thing most synonymous with him are his returns. Nobody makes a return quite like the Big Red Machine and let’s take a look at Kane’s Greatest Returns.

9. Demon Kane Returns to Attack Seth Rollins (2015)

The long, dragged out Corporate Kane angle highlighted what a genius Glenn Jacobs really is but it may have hurt the Kane character. However, after Corporate Kane was injured by Brock Lesnar and subsequently mocked by Seth Rollins, the Director of Operations disappeared from WWE. Months later at Night of Champions, the fires of hell descended upon Seth Rollins as the Demon Kane returned and sought revenge on his adversary. After two years of Corporate Kane, the demonic mask was a welcome sight. A great return for a guaranteed future Hall of Famer.

8. Kane Returns to Exact Revenge on The Wyatt Family (2013)

Upon losing to Bray Wyatt at SummerSlam, Kane was taken from the arena by the Wyatt Family and disappeared for months. In October at Hell In A Cell, the audience made their presence felt, chanting “We Want Kane!”. Well, their prayers were answered as Kane re-emerged to exact revenge on the Wyatt Family.

Getting the best crowd reactions he had in years, Kane could have had a legitimate push here. But unfortunately the next night WWE decided to turn him heel and go down the Corporate Kane route which practically killed the momentum.