History Wrestling / TheUndertaker

24th Apr '17 4:39:43 PM LordGoatKing
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** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho, AJStyles and the aforementioned Wrestling/ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages.

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** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho, AJStyles and the aforementioned Wrestling/ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages. He finally decided to retire after Wrestlemania 33 at the age of 52
21st Apr '17 2:40:15 PM Berrenta
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* BrokenStreak: His winning streak after Wrestling/WrestleMania XXX.

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* BrokenStreak: BrokenWinLossStreak: His winning streak snapped after Wrestling/WrestleMania XXX.
10th Apr '17 7:11:02 PM nombretomado
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** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho, AJStyles and the aforementioned ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages.

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** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho, AJStyles and the aforementioned ShawnMichaels Wrestling/ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages.
7th Apr '17 7:42:37 PM KYCubbie
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His career is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, the Undertaker finally retired from wrestling, with sources citing his reason being that he needed to have surgery that would end his in-ring career.

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His career is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds built The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps kept adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing finishing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, the Undertaker finally retired from wrestling, with sources citing his reason being that he needed to have surgery that would end his in-ring career.



** And after what may have been his final match at ''[=WrestleMania=] 33'', "THANK YOU, TAKER!!"

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** And after what may have been proved to be his final match at ''[=WrestleMania=] 33'', "THANK YOU, TAKER!!"
7th Apr '17 12:47:11 AM Xtifr
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'''Mark William Calaway''' (born March 24, 1965) was the longest-tenured performer in Wrestling/{{WWE}} history, working under the name '''The Undertaker''' for over twenty years with the company without officially leaving at any point (until his retirement, he was the last performer who appeared on the very first ''[[Wrestling/{{WWERaw}} Monday Night Raw]]'' to still be working for the company as an in-ring talent). He is one of the most memorable and recognizable superstars in the company's history.

His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, the Undertaker finally retired from wrestling, with sources citing his reason being that he needed to have surgery that would end his in-ring career.

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'''Mark Mark William Calaway''' Calaway (born March 24, 1965) was the longest-tenured performer in Wrestling/{{WWE}} history, working under the name '''The Undertaker''' The Undertaker for over twenty years with the company without officially leaving at any point (until his retirement, he was the last performer who appeared on the very first ''[[Wrestling/{{WWERaw}} Monday Night Raw]]'' to still be working for the company as an in-ring talent). He is one of the most memorable and recognizable superstars in the company's history.

His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, the Undertaker finally retired from wrestling, with sources citing his reason being that he needed to have surgery that would end his in-ring career.
6th Apr '17 4:06:22 PM robertpercy
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'''Mark William Calaway''' (born March 24, 1965) is the longest-tenured performer in Wrestling/{{WWE}} history, working under the name '''The Undertaker''' for over twenty years with the company without officially leaving at any point (he is the last performer who appeared on the very first ''[[Wrestling/{{WWERaw}} Monday Night Raw]]'' and still works for the company as an in-ring talent). He is one of the most memorable and recognizable superstars in the company's history.

His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, it seems that the Undertaker has finally retired from wrestling, but it remains to be seen if it will hold or for how long.

He and his (kayfabe) "half-brother" Wrestling/{{Kane}} are [[TheArtifact the last two holdovers]] from WWE's "Rock 'n' Wrestling" era of high-concept, comic book-style wrestling gimmicks, a decade thought to have perished with the Wrestling/{{Boogeyman}}. Even though an undead "zombie wrestler" with mystical powers sticks out like a sore thumb in the so-called "Reality" Era, fans [[NarmCharm still adore it anyway]]. Undertaker shed the voodoo gimmick for a more true-to-life one ("The [[BadassBiker American Badass]]") between 2000 and 2003, but he returned to it in 2004. He has also wrestled as a [[SinisterMinister cult leader]] (the "Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness" angle) and a [[EvilSorcerer warlock.]] Yes, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot a murderous zombie cowboy biker priest who wrestles.]]

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'''Mark William Calaway''' (born March 24, 1965) is was the longest-tenured performer in Wrestling/{{WWE}} history, working under the name '''The Undertaker''' for over twenty years with the company without officially leaving at any point (he is (until his retirement, he was the last performer who appeared on the very first ''[[Wrestling/{{WWERaw}} Monday Night Raw]]'' and to still works be working for the company as an in-ring talent). He is one of the most memorable and recognizable superstars in the company's history.

His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, it seems that the Undertaker has finally retired from wrestling, but it remains with sources citing his reason being that he needed to be seen if it will hold or for how long.

have surgery that would end his in-ring career.

He and his (kayfabe) "half-brother" Wrestling/{{Kane}} are were [[TheArtifact the last two holdovers]] from WWE's "Rock 'n' Wrestling" era of high-concept, comic book-style wrestling gimmicks, a decade thought to have perished with the Wrestling/{{Boogeyman}}. Even though an undead "zombie wrestler" with mystical powers sticks out like a sore thumb in the so-called "Reality" Era, fans [[NarmCharm still adore it anyway]]. Undertaker shed the voodoo gimmick for a more true-to-life one ("The [[BadassBiker American Badass]]") between 2000 and 2003, but he returned to it in 2004. He has also wrestled as a [[SinisterMinister cult leader]] (the "Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness" angle) and a [[EvilSorcerer warlock.]] Yes, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot a murderous zombie cowboy biker priest who wrestles.]]



** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho and the aforementioned ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages.

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** As further proof, he was still putting on matches that are rightly regarded as instant classics ''well into his 40s''. See both his matches against ShawnMichaels, his match against CMPunk in 2013 and the match against Wrestling/BrockLesnar that ended his undefeated streak. In the WWE, only Wrestling/ChrisJericho Wrestling/ChrisJericho, AJStyles and the aforementioned ShawnMichaels can boast of being able to carry out matches as good as some of the ones The Deadman has pulled off at similar ages.
4th Apr '17 3:43:03 PM FordPrefect
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His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his lost to Wrestling/RomanReigns, it has seemed that the Undertaker has finally retired from wrestling, but it remains to be seen if it will hold or for how long.

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His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. After his lost loss to Wrestling/RomanReigns, it has seemed seems that the Undertaker has finally retired from wrestling, but it remains to be seen if it will hold or for how long.
3rd Apr '17 1:50:37 PM Warwolf
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*KilledOffForReal: Not literally killed, of course, but the way he left after WrestleMania 33 seems to indicate that he's finally hung up the tights, effectively burying the Undertaker persona altogether after one last match.
3rd Apr '17 5:47:08 AM Blazer
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His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2.

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His career -- which you can read about in greater detail over at his [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Undertaker Wikipedia]] page -- is most notable for "The Streak": in twenty-one appearances at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', The Undertaker had never lost a single match, and every year since ''[=WrestleMania=] 17'', "The Streak" was a huge part of the build-up to the annual event, until Wrestling/BrockLesnar finally defeated him at Wrestlemania 30. But even after that defeat, Wrestlemania still builds The Undertaker's match as one of its biggest, almost exclusive, attractions; and the man himself keeps adding names to his long list of victims on his still ongoing run of dominance at the event, now standing at an impressive 23-2. \n After his lost to Wrestling/RomanReigns, it has seemed that the Undertaker has finally retired from wrestling, but it remains to be seen if it will hold or for how long.
3rd Apr '17 5:42:23 AM Blazer
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* WhamEpisode: WrestleMania XXX's Streak match between Undertaker and Brock Lesnar. Twenty-one victories in, Brock Lesnar conquered the Streak, handing Taker his first-ever WrestleMania loss twenty-three years into Undertaker's career.

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* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode:
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WrestleMania XXX's Streak match between Undertaker and Brock Lesnar. Twenty-one victories in, Brock Lesnar conquered the Streak, handing Taker his first-ever WrestleMania loss twenty-three years into Undertaker's career.career.
** ''[=WrestleMania=] XXXIII''[='s=] ending in which, after losing to Roman Reigns, the 'Taker dons his gear, stops, then gently removes them and lays them on the ring, disappearing into the fog for what seems to be the last time.
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