Undertaker’s WWE Record: Who Has Beaten the Undertaker at Hell in a Cell?

Published 06/20/2021, 9:15 AM EDT


The Undertaker is certainly the greatest of all time when it comes to performing at the highest level for the number of years he was active. Mesmerizing the WWE Universe with his eternal gimmick and wrestling skill, ‘The Deadman’ holds a special place in the heart of every fan. 

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Through his illustrious career, Taker amassed a long list of achievements in the ring and set standards that may never be broken. Given that Hell in a Cell is approaching quickly, we must dial back on his impressive record inside the steel structure. 

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The Undertaker has competed in 14 Hell in a Cell matches throughout his 30-year career in WWE. Out of that, he has won 8 matches, giving him the record of most wins inside the structure. Trailing at second place is Triple H, who has a total of 6 wins out of his 9 appearances. 

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It must be noted that the wins are counted according to the Hell in a Cell structure, and not the PPV. This is because the structure is employed in matches at any point of the year, and not always at the PPV itself. 

The Undertaker also has the most number of losses inside Hell in a Cell

Despite the massive win record, The Undertaker is forced to bear the brunt of his heavy losses inside the cell as well. He has lost 6 matches out of the total appearances, which is the most out of any Superstar to compete in it. He has exactly double to losses of Triple H, Shane McMahon, Randy Orton, CM Punk, and Mick Foley, all of whom have 3. 

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Brock Lesnar is a man who made a major contribution to this dent in Taker’s career. ‘The Beast Incarnate’ faced ‘The Deadman’ twice in his career inside the Cell, and humbled him on both occasions. The first encounter in 2002 was a bloody affair that left The Undertaker busted open on the floor. The next duel in 2015 also saw ‘The Phenom’ lying defeated at Lesnar’s feat.

However, we have several great memories of him inside (and on top of) the Cell. His brawl against ‘Mankind’ Mick Foley and throwing the star off the Cell onto the floor became the stuff of legend and is widely involved amongst the greatest WWE moments of all time. Although ‘The Phenom’ has retired, fans won’t forget the lasting impact he made inside the cell. 

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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