For a while now, I have been thinking of making a series of threads called "Make Your Case". The idea of the thread is that you name what you deem to be the best in that topic of discussion. The easiest one to begin with is the one in the thread title - the best wrestler to ever lace a pair of boots. It is important to note that this isn't a thread about who is your favourite wrestler, although they might be the same person if you genuinely feel that way. Rather, this is a thread designed for you to state who deem to be the paradigm of what a wrestler should be. The criteria for such a decision rests with your own personal views. So with that, I guess I'll start. I think the best wrestler to ever have wrestled a match is The Undertaker. I believe this to be the case for various reasons and in this thread, I'll try my best to outline why I feel this way. First of all, his accomplishments inside of the WWE have been amongst the very best that the company has had to offer. He is a 7 time Heavyweight Champion, a 7 time Tag Team Champion, a Hardcore Champion, and a Royal Rumble winner in 2007. But perhaps the biggest accomplishment of all, is his amazing streak of 23-1 at various WrestleMania events throughout the years. When people think about The Undertaker, they don't always think about the Championships that he has held over his glittering career. Instead, they probably think about his WrestleMania streak that has spanned 25 years. The same streak that has included such wrestling personalities as Jimmy Snuka, Jake The Snake Roberts, King Kong Bundy, Triple H, Kane, and Shawn Michaels. As far as streaks in wrestling go, perhaps none are more impressive than that of The Undertaker's WrestleMania streak. He has continually come up against the very best that the WWE has had to offer and he has, on all but one occasion, risen to the challenge and bested them. The Streak is an unmissable and truly iconic piece of wrestling history. But when talking about The Undertaker, pretty much everything is iconic. I remember being 4 years of age when I first watched The Undertaker take part in a wrestling match. He was so frightening and scary that it gave me nightmares for days. His entrance, as much as it has evolved during the years, is just another small piece of puzzle that is The Undertaker that can truly be called iconic. His look, gimmick and entrance have carved a niche in the WWE that they will forever look to replicate. With that being said, everyone in this thread knows that it will never be done. The Undertaker is a one in a billion. If Vince had taken that gimmick to someone else, chances are it wouldn't have worked out on such a grand scale and over the time that it has. It stands as a testament to just how good Mark Calaway actually is. He is truly a legend. But if his gimmick, entrance and look are legendary, so much more can be said about his loyalty. A lot has already been said about how The Undertaker was one of the guys that Vince leaned on heavily during the Monday Night Wars and the business war with WCW. He came into the business, along with a few other notable names, that really turned the tide in the way of the WWE. Whilst WCW focussed on the past, the WWE created new stars and The Undertaker was one of them. And for the last 25 years, The Undertaker has been paying back that loyalty in him by continuing to perform longer than most can only hope for. But more than that, he has continued to perform at the top of the business for that long. His recent matches with Shawn Michaels and Triple H show that The Undertaker is a truly remarkable wrestler, coupled with a pretty remarkable human being. The Undertaker is known for being the leader of the WWE locker room and that is a position that he earned both inside and outside of the ring. When I was compiling a list of matches that I felt shaped me as a wrestling fan, The Undertaker was one of the names that stood out the most. As I said, his matches with Shawn Michaels and Triple H at recent WrestleMania events will go down in history as some of his best. But there is so much more to The Undertaker's wrestling repertoire than the matches at WrestleMania. The Undertaker's career is laden with amazing matches and iconic moments that have shaped the wrestling business. Remember the buried alive match with Stone Cold? Remember the Hell in a Cell match against Mankind? My point is that The Undertaker has shown time and time again that he is a trailblazer for the WWE and for wrestling in general. The Undertaker is the complete package, there is no doubt. But I firmly believe that he goes above and beyond the likes of Hogan, Austin and Sammartino, and should be called the very best that wrestling has had to offer. How about you?