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Wrestlers With The Longest Winning Streak In WWE History

The Wrestling Industry has hosted a large number of world greats from time to time. We have seen wrestlers who have won and lost matches, but there are some superstars who have created an indelible mark in the industry with their winning streak. Let us take a look at legendary wrestlers who never lost a game for a long period of time.

6. CM-Punk:

CM-Punk who never thought that he will lead the WWE actually held a title for 434 days (November 20, 2011 - January 27, 2013). This will remain one of his greatest achievements ever as he never participated in a WrestleMania's main event.

5. The Fabulous Moolah:

This fact sounds unbelievable but is actually true. She held the Women's Championship for 28 years. On September, 15, 1956, she defeated Judy Grable to lift the Women's Championship title. 28 years later, she lost it to Wendy Ritcher. Ritcher reigned for a short while before losing the title to Moolah again.

4. Goldberg:

Goldberg made his WWE debut in 1997 and defeated 173 opponents consecutively. He even won the World Championship title by defeating Hulk Hogan. At last, his streak was broken after a defeat by Kevin Nash.

3. Bruno Sammartino:

Bruno's legendary authority was enforced when he held the heavyweight championship for 2,803 days. When the Italian born wrestler lost his title to Ivan Koloff in 1971, the hall was so silent that someone would think a wrestler died in the ring.

2. The Undertaker:

The Undertaker held a world record streak of 21 unbeaten matches in the WrestleMania. His streak was actually broken by Brock Lesnar at the WrestleMania XXX.

1. Andre the Giant:

Known as the first superstar to be introduced into the Hall of Fame, he had a record of being unbeaten for 15 years. His unbeaten streak was broken by Hulk Hogan.

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