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History Wrestling / TheUndertaker

22nd May '16 11:48:46 AM Ultradester306
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* CaptainErsatz: ''Videogame/FireProWrestling'' seemed to go with biker taker, but that's nothing a little editing can't fix...

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* CaptainErsatz: ''Videogame/FireProWrestling'' seemed to go with biker taker, the American Badass version, but that's nothing a little editing can't fix...



* TheDreaded: The tell-tale '''GONG''' alone is enough to cause those in the ring to straight-up lose their shit. Not even Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, the boss himself, would ever ''willingly'' piss off the Undertaker (probably because the one time he did, Kane and Undertaker broke his leg).

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** He's even this to Vince in real life; his loyalty to the WWE, even when many other big names had or were considering jumping ship during the Monday Night Wars, led Vince to crown 'Taker the leader of the locker room.
* TheDreaded: The tell-tale '''GONG''' alone is enough to cause those in the ring to straight-up lose their shit. Not even Wrestling/VinceMcMahon, the boss himself, would ever ''willingly'' piss off the Undertaker (probably because the one time he did, Kane and Undertaker broke ''broke his leg).leg'').



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: If "Undertaker" is not enough for you, why not look at some of his red barons further down the page.

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: If "Undertaker" is not enough for you, why not look at some of his red barons further down the page.page?


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*** To quote Shawn himself, this is what he told everybody;
---> "If this doesnít go down the way it should, Iím going to have a big problem and Shawn is going to have a big problem. Iíll go over there and beat the heck out of him."


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*** It would have been a last hurrah for Undertaker before retirement due to those injuries, but [[Main/TheDeterminator he perservered anyways]].
17th May '16 3:13:29 PM FordPrefect
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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.

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'''Mark William Calaway''' (born March 24, 1965), 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.
16th May '16 1:26:37 PM KantonKage
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* MirrorMatch: Undertaker vs. [[FanNickname Underfaker]] at ''[=SummerSlam=] 1994''. The story behind it was after Undertaker lost a casket match to Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}} at ''Wrestling/RoyalRumble 1994'', he 'crossed over' into the afterlife. A few months later, [[Wrestling/TedDiBiase "The Million-Dollar Man" Ted [=DiBiase=]]] claimed to have brought back The Undertaker and placed him in his PowerStable, the Million Dollar Corporation. This 'Underfaker' was really just a look alike, played by Memphis regular Brian Lee, real name Brian Harris. Paul Bearer would deny that this was the real Undertaker, and he brought the real Undertaker to fight the fake one at ''[=SummerSlam=] 1994''. Besides the fake one being a little shorter and slimmer than the real one they did look a lot alike.

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* MirrorMatch: Undertaker vs. [[FanNickname Underfaker]] at ''[=SummerSlam=] 1994''. The story behind it was after Undertaker lost a casket match to Wrestling/{{Yokozuna}} at ''Wrestling/RoyalRumble 1994'', he 'crossed over' into the afterlife. A few months later, [[Wrestling/TedDiBiase "The Million-Dollar Man" Ted [=DiBiase=]]] claimed to have brought back The Undertaker and placed him in his PowerStable, the Million Dollar Corporation. This 'Underfaker' was really just a look alike, played by Memphis regular Brian Lee, real name Brian Harris.Harris who's also his real life cousin. Paul Bearer would deny that this was the real Undertaker, and he brought the real Undertaker to fight the fake one at ''[=SummerSlam=] 1994''. Besides the fake one being a little shorter and slimmer than the real one they did look a lot alike.



* WrestlingFamily: Ron and Don Harris are his cousins.

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* WrestlingFamily: Brian Lee aka Underfaker, Ron and Don Harris are his cousins.
6th May '16 12:18:03 PM Cieloazul
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* CallARabbitASmeerp: Undertaker's cult followers are oficially called "Druids", despite they are obviously not your typical image of a druid. They are basically Christian monks, complete with dark habits and Gregorian chants.
1st May '16 1:21:08 PM SomeoneElse17
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*** On an episode of Monday Night Raw prior to the SummerSlam 2015 match between Taker and BrockLesnar, during a huge brawl wherein half the locker room was trying to separate them, Brock quite audibly said "I'm going to kill you, you son of a [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch bitch]]!" to which Taker simply repled;

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*** ** On an episode of Monday Night Raw prior to the SummerSlam 2015 match between Taker and BrockLesnar, during a huge brawl wherein half the locker room was trying to separate them, Brock quite audibly said "I'm going to kill you, you son of a [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch bitch]]!" to which Taker simply repled;replied;
1st May '16 1:20:14 PM SomeoneElse17
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* {{Badass}}:
** BadassBeard: It was at his bushiest during his introduction when it was still red
** BadassBiker: Both his American Badass gimmick and in RealLife.
** BadassBoast:
*** To Shawn Michaels, prior to their epic ''[=WrestleMania=] XXV'' matchup:
--->'''Taker:''' "When I take center ring at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', and I stand before my peers and all of the world, you then will realize that I am the most dangerous entity that has ever stepped foot in this ring. Shawn, you should have been more careful in what you wish for, because now you have opened Hell's gates."
*** In response to Kane declaring himself "The Devil's favorite demon";
--->'''Taker:''' "Have you forgotten, or have you just chose to forget, that the house that [[{{Satan}} the devil]] lives in, I built!? Brick by fiery brick! And when I come calling, the devil still answers to me with ''"sir"''."
*** In response to Wrestling/TripleH denying his challenge for a rematch at ''[=WrestleMania=]'' and claiming he doesn't want it;
--->'''Taker:''' "You can lie to yourself. You can lie to Shawn. But you '''will not''' lie to ''me.''"

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* {{Badass}}:
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BadassBeard: It was at his bushiest during his introduction when it was still red
** * BadassBiker: Both his American Badass gimmick and in RealLife.
** * BadassBoast:
*** ** To Shawn Michaels, prior to their epic ''[=WrestleMania=] XXV'' matchup:
--->'''Taker:''' -->'''Taker:''' "When I take center ring at ''[=WrestleMania=]'', and I stand before my peers and all of the world, you then will realize that I am the most dangerous entity that has ever stepped foot in this ring. Shawn, you should have been more careful in what you wish for, because now you have opened Hell's gates."
*** ** In response to Kane declaring himself "The Devil's favorite demon";
--->'''Taker:''' -->'''Taker:''' "Have you forgotten, or have you just chose to forget, that the house that [[{{Satan}} the devil]] lives in, I built!? Brick by fiery brick! And when I come calling, the devil still answers to me with ''"sir"''."
*** ** In response to Wrestling/TripleH denying his challenge for a rematch at ''[=WrestleMania=]'' and claiming he doesn't want it;
--->'''Taker:''' -->'''Taker:''' "You can lie to yourself. You can lie to Shawn. But you '''will not''' lie to ''me.''"



--->'''Taker:''' "You're going to have to!"
** BadassCape: His Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness [[CostumePorn entrance attire]].
** BadassesWearBandanas: His American Badass gimmick.
** BadassGrandpa: Undertaker has been one of these for the past few years.
** BadassLongcoat: As part of his entrance attire
** BadassNormal: As a biker.

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--->'''Taker:''' -->'''Taker:''' "You're going to have to!"
** * BadassCape: His Wrestling/MinistryOfDarkness [[CostumePorn entrance attire]].
** * BadassesWearBandanas: His American Badass gimmick.
** * BadassGrandpa: Undertaker has been one of these for the past few years.
** * BadassLongcoat: As part of his entrance attire
** * BadassNormal: As a biker.
7th Apr '16 8:19:21 AM Movienut376
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* CrowdChant: Anytime he says his CatchPhrase, expect the crowd to say it with him. Also, anytime he wrestles, you can expect to hear "THIS IS AWESOME!" at some point.
4th Apr '16 7:56:04 AM ironballs16
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** While subtle, Wrestling/ShaneMcMahon earned Taker's respect for a similar reason that Mankind did - [[spoiler: namely, his willingness to ''leap from the top of the Cell'']] during their Wrestlemania match, which Undertaker acknowledged by lightly patting Shane's cheek prior to hitting the Tombstone on him.
24th Mar '16 1:49:14 PM SomeoneElse17
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18th Mar '16 8:23:14 AM 313Bluestreak
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** In the build-up to Backlash 2001, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Triple H were in the ring, celebrating the horrible treachery which got them their [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-h.html WWE Championship]] and [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/ic.html WWE Intercontinental]] titles. In walk 'Taker and Kane. "The Rattlesnake" and "The Game" drop their beers, grab their belts and hightail out. Even in his mortal state, the Deadman scares ''everyone.''

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** In the build-up to [[Wrestling/{{Backlash}} Backlash 2001, 2001]], "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Triple H were in the ring, celebrating the horrible treachery which got them their [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/wwe-h.html WWE Championship]] and [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wwe/ic.html WWE Intercontinental]] titles. In walk 'Taker and Kane. "The Rattlesnake" and "The Game" drop their beers, grab their belts and hightail out. Even in his mortal state, the Deadman scares ''everyone.''



* RapeAsDrama: Implied the night after Backlash 1999, when Taker abducted Stephanie. At first, it was said that he was mearly holding her hostage, collateral for Vince to sign the company over to him. However, that week on the pilot of Smackdown, Stephanie stated that she was stripped and placed in robes for a "dark wedding", leading some to come to the conclusion Taker had raped her.

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* RapeAsDrama: Implied the night after [[Wrestling/{{Backlash}} Backlash 1999, 1999]], when Taker abducted Stephanie. At first, it was said that he was mearly holding her hostage, collateral for Vince to sign the company over to him. However, that week on the pilot of Smackdown, Stephanie stated that she was stripped and placed in robes for a "dark wedding", leading some to come to the conclusion Taker had raped her.
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