7. Ken Shamrock (0-2-0)
Considering how high the WWF was on Ken Shamrock it is surprising how little he accomplished at WrestleMania. In his two tries, Shamrock came away with zero wins at the Showcase of the Immortals.
His first Mania appearance came in 1998 when he challenged The Rock for the Intercontinental Championship. A precursor to that year’s King of the Ring final, The Rock would get the ‘W’ when he defeated Shamrock by DQ. The following year also saw Shamrock challenge for the Intercontinental title.
This time, Shamrock, Val Venis, and Goldust challenged Road Dogg in an elimination match. Shamrock and Venis were both counted out to be eliminated before Road Dogg eventually retained his title.
6. MVP (0-4-0)
MVP was yet another star who was never given the opportunity to live up to his potential in WWE. In four attempts to get a win at WrestleMania, Montel Vontavious Porter came up empty.
His first Mania match came in 2007 against Chris Benoit. The two had a solid rivalry on SmackDown over the United States Championship during the spring of 2007 and it came to a head at WrestleMania 23. On that night, Benoit got the win with a diving headbutt.
In the three years that followed, MVP participated in Money in the Bank Ladder matches. He never came particularly close to winning as CM Punk won in 2008 and 2009 and Jack Swagger won in 2010.
5. X-Pac (0-2-0)
I don’t know about you but I would have bet money on X-Pac having more than just two WrestleMania matches in his career. That being said, the numbers don’t lie. In his career, not only did Sean Waltman only have two Mania matches, but he lost both of them.
The first came in 1999 when he lost a European Championship match to Shane McMahon. If that is not the Attitude Era wrapped up in one match I don’t know what is. Then, the next year he teamed with fellow DX member Road Dogg to lose to Rikishi and Kane.
The Attitude Era was a bizarre time in wrestling and in terms of wins for X-Pac, not a fruitful one.
4. Sid (0-2-0)
One of only a few people to hold the WWE Championship who will appear on this list, Sid came up short in both of his WrestleMania appearances. Say what you will about his record, but Sid’s Mania matches were definitely high profile.
His first came in 1992 when he clashed with Hulk Hogan. This marked the first time the main event of WrestleMania ended in a disqualification as Sid and Harvey Wippleman got the match thrown out at the finish. Five years later, Sid would return to Mania this time as WWF Champion.
He would drop the title to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 13 in his final Mania match. Sid is the only person on any of these lists to have lost multiple main events.