The Undertaker WWE Rumors: Ranking 'The Deadman's' Past 'Survivor Series' Squads [VIDEOS]
The Undertaker has plenty of history at the Survivor Series and this Sunday night, he'll write a new chapter when he teams up with Kane.
The Brothers of Destruction will team up to take on two members of The Wyatt Family, which is a disappointing deviation from the expected traditional Survivor Series clash. Still, it will mark the 25th anniversary for one of the most legendary Superstars to ever grace a WWE ring.
The Undertaker has had plenty of history at the November Classic, making his debut there in 1990, winning the WWE Championship in 1991 and having plenty of tremendous battles from that point forward. The "Demon from Death Valley" has been a part of four traditional Survivor Series matches in his career.
Here's a ranking of all the squads 'Taker has been a part of throughout the years from worst to first.
4) The Darkside, 1995
The Undertaker joined forces with Fatu, Savio Vega and Henry Godwinn in 1995 to battle The Royals (Jerry Lawler, Mabel, Triple H and Isaac Yankem. The "Deadman's" team swept the heels, but it wasn't the most stacked team ever formed. How useless were 'Taker's partners? They didn't factor into any of the eliminations.
3) The Million Dollar Team, 1990
The Undertaker shocked the WWE Universe when he made his debut on Thanksgiving Night 1990, teaming up with the captain Ted Dibiase and Rhythm and Blues to battle the foursome of Dusty Rhodes, Koko B. Ware and The Hart Foundation. 'Taker eliminated two Superstars, but was then counted out. Though his team consisted of Hall of Famers, it wasn't his best of all time.
2) The All Americans, 1993
The Undertaker was part of a stacked stars and stripes team when he paired up with two-time Tag Team Champions The Steiner Brothers and Lex Luger. The team battled The Foreign Fanatics, consisting of captain Yokozuna, Crush, Ludvig Borga and Quebecer Jacques. The Undertaker ended up getting counted out, but his team won when Luger served as the sole survivor.
1) Team WWF, 2001
The Undertaker was a huge part of arguably the most stacked Survivor Series team ever assembled. 'Taker sided with eight-time WWE Champion The Rock, four-time World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho, two-time Heavyweight Champion Kane and four-time World Champion The Big Show. The fivesome defeated Team Alliance (Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Booker T and Shane McMahon), though The Undertaker once again didn't survive.