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The Undertaker , The Greatest Pro Wrestler Ever
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The Undertaker vs Mankind-Buried Alive Match
Undertaker Bio, Information, And More
The Undertaker was born as Mark William Calaway on March 24 1965. He is an American Wrestler currently signed with the WWE with their Smackdown brand.
The Undertaker started his career with WCW in 1984 where he wrestled as Mean Mark Callous. When the WCW did not renew his contract in 1990 he signed with then World Wrestling Federation that would later become World Wrestling Entertainment or as it is better known the WWE.
He became the Undertaker in 2002 and he has been with the WWE ever since and is one of their more senior performers.
In the WWE he has two gimmicks which are either the American Badass or the Deadman. The Undertakers real half brother is Kane who also wrestles with the WWE and the two have often teamed up as " The Brothers of Destrution ".
The Undertaker has the best record of any WWE Wrestler at Wrestlemania where he is 17-0. The Undertaker is also a 6 time World Champion and he won the 2007 Royal Rumble becoming the first wrestler ever to win it after entering the ring at number 30.
While with the WWE the Undertaker has had matches that wrestling fans will remember for a lifetime. His matches with Dwane Johnson " The Rock " and with Mick Folley as " Mankind " will live in peoples memories for a life time. At one time earlier in his career the Undertaker had a manager called Paul Bearer and together the two gave the world the creeps as the Undertaker did Paul Bearers bidding destroying his opponents at will. They later prted ways but many people will always remember the two together.
And who could ever forget the great and sometimes scary matches between the Undertaker and The Texas Rattlesnake, Stone Cold Steve Austin.
But bottom line the Undertaker has always been one of the best performers/wrestlers ever. He always puts on a show that leaves his fans wanting more. His casket and buried alive matches are some of the most watched wrestling matches ever in history. His hardest most extreme matches were with Mick Folley performing as Mankind. Sometimes when the Undertaker and Mankind were fighting in the ring or atop a steel cage it really would look like at times that they were going to kill each other. Mick Folley who is now with TNA says that his hardest fought matches ever were with the Undertaker. He says he will never forget Hell In A Cell. And he goes on to say that the buried alive matches gave him nightmares he had for years. No more buried alive for me says Mick Folley.
And to the people like myself who are Wrestling Fans the Undertaker has given us memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you Undertaker for all the great memories.
Undertaker VS Mankind Hell In A Cell
Here is the Undertaker Who Is Undefeated At Wrestlemania
The Undertaker, Bio, Info, And Other Great Information
He was born Mark William Callaway in 1965. He has a half brother named Kane who also performs in the WWE. Many people don't know or realize that Undertaker is the only remaining member of the RAW roster from that first show in 1993. Everyone but the Undertaker is gone from the WWE. Before its name change the WWE was known as the WWF.
He started his career in 1989 with the WCW but he lasted only one year with the WCW and they did not renew his contract in 1990. Wow what a mistake that was.
Did you know that he has one of the longest undefeated streaks ever in the WWE. He went from December 1991 to September 1993 with out losing a single match. No one else has ever done that.
He is the son of Catherine and Frank Calaway and he has four older brothers. His parents were of Irish and Native American decent. He graduated from Waltrip High School in 1983 and he played college basketball at Texas Wesleyan University.
Undertaker And Man Kind
Some of the best wrestling matches ever in history were fought between Undertaker and Mankind who was played by Mick Foley. The two wrestlers put on shows that still have wrestling fans shaking their heads. The two would fight each other with an extreme attitude that was like nothing that anyone had seen before. Their steel cage matches are epic. No one has ever put on a show in a steel cage like Undertaker and Man Kind.
If you've never seen them in action watch the below video of them. They put on shows that had you believing that someone was going to get killed. Now those were the best days of wrestling. Those were the golden days of wrestling before Vince started calling it entertainment. No one but the Undertaker is left today and no one is putting on wrestling matches the way that Undertaker and Mankind did.