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The Undertaker
Ring name(s) Cain The Undertaker[1]
"Mean" Mark Callous[1]
The Punisher[2]
Texas Red[1]
(The) Undertaker[3]
Billed height 6 ft 10.5 in (2.10 m)[3]
Billed weight 299 lb (136 kg)[3]
Born March 24, 1965 (1965-03-24) (age 44)[4]
Houston, Texas
Resides Austin, Texas
Billed from Death Valley[3] (1990–1999, 2004–present)
Houston, Texas (1984–1990, 2000–2003)
Trained by Don Jardine[1]
Debut 1984[5]
.Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965)[4] is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name The Undertaker.^ Mark Calaway (born March 24, 1965 [2] ) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name, The Undertaker .

^ About me: "A fan page dedicated to The Undertaker" Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name The Undertaker.
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^ Mark William Callaway (born March 24 1965 ), better known as The Undertaker is a American wrestler for the WWE on Smackdown!
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.He is signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), currently wrestling on the SmackDown brand.^ He is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment wrestling on its SmackDown!

^ World Wrestling Entertainment current roster .
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^ World Wrestling Entertainment roster .
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.Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling in 1984. He joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as "Mean" Mark Callous in 1989. When WCW did not renew Calaway's contract in 1990, he joined the World Wrestling Federation (which later became World Wrestling Entertainment in 2002) as The Undertaker in November of that year.^ However, WCW never renewed Calaway's contract at the end of 1990, and he joined World Wrestling Entertainment (then known as the World Wrestling Federation) in November of that year.

^ So, after just one year, WCW didn't renew Calaway's contract.
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^ World Championship Wrestling (1989-1990) .

.Having remained with that company ever since, Calaway is currently one of the senior performers in the WWE. The Undertaker remains, along with Shawn Michaels, one of only two full-time wrestlers that made an appearance in the very first episode of Monday Night Raw, who are still with the company today.^ He said that he was the only one who deserved it.

^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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^ This was the first and only time a WWE Superstar entered the Rumble 3 times in one year.
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.The Undertaker has two contrasting gimmicks: the Deadman and the American Bad Ass.^ Andrew says on 8/Jul/09 Undertaker 350 ibs at American Bad Ass.
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^ Arrive sur son Harley le nouveau Undertaker, le "American Bad Ass".
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^ American Bad Ass/Big Evil (2000–2003) .
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.The specialty matches connected to The Undertaker (or more specifically, his "Deadman" persona) are the Casket match, the Buried Alive match, the infamous Hell in a Cell, and the Last Ride match.^ However this time it would be a match that would be the Undertaker's specialty over the years, a casket match!
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^ It represents the original Deadman persona of the Undertaker.
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^ There's buried alive matches, casket match hell in a cell, hardcore, title matches, an inferno match!
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.The Undertaker's kayfabe half-brother is Kane, whom he has teamed up with as the Brothers of Destruction.^ With his "brother's" undefeated winning streak at Wrestlemania, Kane is the only opponent whom Undertaker had beaten more than once at the pay-per-view show.
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^ In an ironic twist, Mark wrestled for a while under the name Kane the Undertaker ("Kane" would soon become the 'Taker's "brother") Both Mark and his wife Sara are Boxing fans.
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^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

.The Undertaker is undefeated at WrestleMania with a 17–0 record and is recognized by WWE as a seven time world champion, having won the WWE Championship four times and the World Heavyweight Championship three times.^ He is undefeated at WrestleMania with a 16-0 record and is a six-time world champion (four-time WWE Champion and two-time World Heavyweight Champion).
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^ The Undertaker is undefeated in 17 WrestleMania appearances.
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^ John Cena is a four time WWE Champion.
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.He is also a one-time WWF Hardcore champion and has won the WWF Tag Team championship six times and the WCW Tag Team Championship once.^ Kane is nine times World tag team champion.
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^ Afterwards, he was booked to team with Kane to contend for the WWF Tag Team Championship.
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^ He is an 11 time Tag Team Champion, as well as a 6 time Heavyweight Champ.
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The Undertaker was the winner of the 2007 Royal Rumble and became the first man to win the Rumble at number 30.

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Professional wrestling career

Early career (1984–1990)

.Calaway made his debut in 1984 in World Class Championship Wrestling under the ring name "Texas Red".[5] He wrestled and lost his first match against Bruiser Brody.^ Wrestled in the USWA under the name Unibomb.
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^ Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling in 1984.
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^ His first mainstream exposure was in World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
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[5] .In 1988, after four years in the promotion, he left and joined the Continental Wrestling Association (which became the United States Wrestling Association after Jerry Jarrett merged CWA with WCCW), wrestling under several gimmicks.^ Although there was some interest from the USWA, Calloway was utilized at first in the Continental Wrestling Association, a smaller branch of the organization promoted by Jerry "The King" Lawler.

^ M.V.P. (challenger) vs. Chris Benoit (champion) -- United States Title Match Surprisingly, it's MVP who gets the best of some early mat wrestling.
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^ Calaway thought he had hit the big time at the age of 24 when he was offered a one year contract to join the NWA in late 1989 (which later became WCW).
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.On April 1, 1989, he was booked to win his first professional wrestling title, the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship, defeating Jerry "The King" Lawler, under the stage name "The Master of Pain". While performing as "The Punisher", Calaway won the WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship on October 5, 1989 when Eric Embry forfeited the title.^ Edge defeated The Undertaker to win the World Heavywieght title..
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^ Wrestled in the USWA under the name Unibomb.
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^ He then began an angle with Batista, whom he defeated at WrestleMania 23 to win his first World Heavyweight Championship.
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[6]
.His first mainstream exposure was when he joined World Championship Wrestling in late 1989. While there, he was known as "Mean" Mark Callous and wrestled as part of the "Skyscrapers" tag team along with "Dangerous" Dan Spivey managed by Teddy Long.^ World Championship Wrestling : Late 1989: Mark Calloway arrived in World Championship Wrestling as "Mean" Mark Callous Mark Calloway wrestled as "Mean" Mark Callous, a member of the Scyscrapers replacing Sid Vicious teaming with Dan Spivey ..

^ He joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1989.
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^ His first mainstream exposure was in World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
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[7] .During his time in the Skyscrapers, he and Spivey were involved in a feud with the Road Warriors,[8] but Spivey left before the feud came to an end.^ During his time in the Skyscrapers, he and Spivey were involved in a feud with the Road Warriors , but Spivey left before the feud came to an end.
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^ Before Mean Mark Callous joined the Skyscrapers, Dan Spivey and his injured former partner, Sid Vicious, had already been involved in an on-going feud with Animal and Hawk, the Road Warriors.
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^ But the Road Warriors had power of their own, and near the end, appeared to have the win, as Spivey got caught with the Doomsday Device.

.As he went into singles competition, Calaway took on the guidance of Paul E. Dangerously and defeated Johnny Ace at Capital Combat and defeated Brian Pillman at the Clash of the Champions.^ Calaway then took on the guidance of Paul E. Dangerously and muscled his way through Brian Pillman and Johnny Ace .
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^ WCW Capital Combat (May '90) = Callous defeated Johnny Ace.

^ Briefly managed by Paul E. Dangerously (Paul Heyman), Callous was pretty successful in defeating Johnny Ace at Capital Combat 1990 and Brian Pillman at Clash of the Champions XI. Calaway also participated in a tour of Japan for New Japan Pro Wrestling as the Punisher Dice Morgan during his time in WCW. Callous's biggest shot at fame and gold in WCW came in the form of a US Title Match against the reigning US Champion, Lex Luger at 1990's Great American Bash.
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.In July 1990, he wrestled against Lex Luger for the NWA United States Heavyweight Championship at The Great American Bash, but lost when Luger pinned him after a clothesline.^ His most famous match in WCW was against Lex Luger for the NWA United States Championship at The Great American Bash , which he lost when Luger pinned him after a clothesline.
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^ July 7, 1990 - Great American Bash: Lex Luger defeated "Mean" Mark Callous to retain the United States title..

^ United States Wrestling Association alumni .
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.WCW declined to renew Calaway's contract, after losing his last match to NWA World Heavyweight Champion Sting on September 1, 1990 at a live event.^ So, after just one year, WCW didn't renew Calaway's contract.
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^ WCW declined to renew Calaway's contract, after losing his last match to Sting on September 1, 1990 at a house show.
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^ After leaving WCW, he briefly returned to the USWA to participate in a tournament to determine the new USWA Unified World Heavyweight champion; he defeated Bill Dundee in the first round, but lost to Jerry Lawler in the quarterfinals.
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.During his stint in WCW, Calaway then briefly wrestled in New Japan Pro Wrestling as Punisher Dice Morgan.^ New Japan Pro Wrestling alumni .
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^ Calaway then briefly wrestled in New Japan Pro Wrestling as Punisher Dice Morgan and in October 1990, he signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
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^ Briefly managed by Paul E. Dangerously (Paul Heyman), Callous was pretty successful in defeating Johnny Ace at Capital Combat 1990 and Brian Pillman at Clash of the Champions XI. Calaway also participated in a tour of Japan for New Japan Pro Wrestling as the Punisher Dice Morgan during his time in WCW. Callous's biggest shot at fame and gold in WCW came in the form of a US Title Match against the reigning US Champion, Lex Luger at 1990's Great American Bash.
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.After leaving WCW, he briefly returned to the USWA to participate in a tournament to determine the new USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion; he defeated Bill Dundee in the first round, but lost to Jerry Lawler in the quarterfinals.^ John Cena is new World Champion .
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^ After leaving WCW, he briefly returned to the USWA to participate in a tournament to determine the new USWA Unified World Heavyweight champion; he defeated Bill Dundee in the first round, but lost to Jerry Lawler in the quarterfinals.
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^ In April '89, as the Master of Pain, Calloway defeated Jerry Lawler and became the USWA World Heavyweight Champion, a prestigious accomplishment.

.In October 1990, he signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).^ So I ask that the locker room present itself before us, their new masters, so we may officially launch this new era in the World Wrestling Federation correctly."
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^ "By now, Shawn, I'm sure The Rock has told you that the World Wrestling Federation will no longer be needing you to act as Commissioner.
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^ WWE Tombstone: History of the Undertaker( Amazon.ca ) W.W.F. (World Wrestling Federa: Undertaker: This Is My Yard ( Amazon.ca )( Amazon.fr ) WWF: Undertaker - The Phenom ( Amazon.ca ) ( Amazon.fr ) [ modifier ] VHS .
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World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (1990-present)

Debut and various feuds (1990–1994)

.Calaway made his WWF debut as "Cain The Undertaker" at a taping of WWF Superstars on November 19, 1990.[9] The appearance of The Undertaker's first Deadman persona was modeled after a mortician from old Western movies, wearing a trench coat and black hat with grey gloves and boot covers.^ Symbolised by the original western look with a black overcoat, wide brim hat, grey leather gloves and grey boot-covers.
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^ It represents the original Deadman persona of the Undertaker.
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^ Debut and WWF Championship (1990–1991) Calaway made his WWF debut as Cain the Undertaker on November 19, 1990.
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.Under this Deadman persona, he was "impervious to pain", something accomplished by Calaway no-selling his opponents' attacks.^ I dont agree with selling them either with no way of aquiring them in game via quests or something.
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^ The Undertaker continued to gain mystique as he wrestled over the last months of 1990, always destroying his opponents and apparently feeling no pain.

.Calaway made his official on-camera debut on November 22 at Survivor Series as a heel when he was the mystery partner of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar team, where he was simply called The Undertaker.^ He made his official on-camera debut on November 22 at Survivor Series as the mystery partner of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar team, where he was simply called The Undertaker.
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^ The Undertaker made his WWF debut at the Survivor Series 1990 along side Ted DiBiase for a Survivor Series match..

^ Shortly after Survivor Series, "Cain" was dropped from his name, and he was called simply The Undertaker.
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[10] .Approximately one minute into the match, The Undertaker eliminated Koko B. Ware with his finisher, the Tombstone Piledriver.^ The Undertaker quickly struck as a monster, taking out Koko B. Ware with his Tombstone Piledriver.

^ Approximately one minute into the match, Undertaker eliminated Koko B. Ware with his signature maneuver, the Tombstone Piledriver.
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^ "The Tombstone Piledriver" is also another finishing move but not used as often as in the past due to the damage it does to his knees.
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.He also eliminated Dusty Rhodes before being counted out.^ Taker is in the elimination chamber at No Way Out and when Umaga's being rolled out HBK enters and superkicks Take...
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^ But the Undertaker couldn't take his attention away from Rhodes, as the two fought to the outside, where the Undertaker was counted out.

^ Undertaker was counted out and eliminated, but that didn't matter.
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.Shortly after Survivor Series, "Cain" was dropped from his name, and he was called simply The Undertaker.^ Shortly after Survivor Series, "Cain" was dropped from his name, and he was called simply The Undertaker.
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^ Probably best known as "The Undertaker" from the WWF. He first came to the WWF in 1990 as Ted DiBiases mystery partener at The Survivor Series.
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^ As a result, a match was booked for the upcoming Survivor Series, again pitting the Undertaker against Mankind, with a unique stipulation.
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.It was at this time that The Undertaker switched managers from Brother Love to Paul Bearer — a histrionic, ghostly character, almost always seen bearing an urn from which The Undertaker drew mystical power from, reviving his strength during his matches.^ The two brothers began to feud again, this time with Bearer working for the Undertaker.

^ Paul Bearer, Undertaker's long time manager and conscience had returned!
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^ During the match, Paul Bearer managed to get the urn back, giving the Undertaker a power boost.

.After defeating his opponents in the ring, he would perform a post-match ritual which involved him putting his defeated opponent in a bodybag and carrying him to the back.^ After the match Taker got back into the ring seemingly ready to attack Rey, however he helped him up and shook his hand as a sign of respect.
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^ James W. Storm, told him he was involved in the transport of the wrecked UFO back to the base from its crash site.

^ RVD later won the match, which was followed by Austin chasing Long back to ringside and stunning him.

[11]
.He made his WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania VII, quickly defeating "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka.^ WWF Wrestlemania VII (March 24, '91) = The Undertaker defeated Jimmy Snuka.

^ Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka (WrestleMania VII in 1991) .
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^ March 24, 1991 - Wrestlemania 7: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Jimmy Snuka..

[12] .The win was the first in his undefeated streak at the event.^ This led up to Wrestlemania X-7, where Triple H looked to end the Undertaker's 8-match winning streak at the big event.

.He began his first major feud with The Ultimate Warrior, when he attacked the Warrior and locked him in an airtight casket on the set of his manager, Paul Bearer's Funeral Parlour interview segment.^ On one such broadcast, Bearer had the Ultimate Warrior on, and presented him with a casket with the Warrior's picture on it.

^ Feud of the Year against the Ultimate Warrior .
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^ During his Funeral Parlour talk show, Paul Bearer invited Warrior out onto the set, claiming he had a gift for him.
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After a year of battles with the Warrior, Randy Savage,[10] Sgt. .Slaughter, and Hulk Hogan, he defeated Hogan to win his first WWF Championship at Survivor Series.^ November 27, 1991 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Hulk Hogan to win the WWF Heavyweight title!

^ At first he was a heel, but he later turned face, around Wrestlemania VII. He has held the WWF World Title on two seperate occaisons, first at the 1992 Survivor Series (dubbed "Hulk Hogans Gravest Challenge"), from the then champion, Hulk Hogan, only to be stripped of the title due to the circumstances by which he won the match.
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^ Probably best known as "The Undertaker" from the WWF. He first came to the WWF in 1990 as Ted DiBiases mystery partener at The Survivor Series.
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[13] .WWF President Jack Tunney ordered a rematch for This Tuesday in Texas six days later, where The Undertaker lost the title back to Hogan.^ Due to the controversial finish, a second card, Tuesday In Texas, was set up less than a week later, with a rematch between the Undertaker and Hogan, with WWF President Jack Tunney at ringside.

^ The Bulldog said he came back to win the WWF title.

^ At Judgment Day '01, the Undertaker got another shot at Austin's WWF World Title.

[13]
.In February 1992, The Undertaker's ally Jake "The Snake" Roberts tried to attack Randy Savage's manager/wife Miss Elizabeth with a steel chair when The Undertaker stopped him, becoming a fan favorite for the first time.^ For the first time, Jake is rattled.
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^ After the match, Richards tried once again to attack with a chair, but the Undertaker stopped him.

^ Roberts tried to attack Savage & Elizabeth when they come backstage..

.Then, The Undertaker defeated Roberts at WrestleMania VIII.^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ March 31, 1996 - Wrestlemania 12: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Diesel in a Grudge match..

^ March 24, 1991 - Wrestlemania 7: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Jimmy Snuka..

[12] .He then feuded extensively with wrestlers managed by Harvey Wippleman throughout 1992 and 1993, including Kamala,[13][14] whom he faced and defeated in the first televised coffin match in WWF history at Survivor Series, and Giant Gonzales, whom he defeated by disqualification at WrestleMania IX and by pinfall at SummerSlam in a "Rest in Peace" match.^ The two wrestlers faced off again at the '92 Survivor Series, this time in the first-ever "Casket" Match.

^ WWF Summerslam '93 (August 30) = The Undertaker won a "Rest In Peace" match over Giant Gonzales.

^ Taker beat the giant at WrestleMania IX by disqualification.
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[12][14] .In January 1994, he challenged WWF Champion Yokozuna to a casket match at the Royal Rumble.^ WWF Royal Rumble '93 (January 24) = The Undertaker competed in the Rumble, which was won by Yokozuna.

^ January 22, 1994 - Royal Rumble: Yokozuna defefeated The Undertaker in a Casket match with help from a group of heel wrestlers..
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^ In November 1993, he challenged then-WWF Champion Yokozuna to a casket match at the Royal Rumble.
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.At the Royal Rumble, Yokozuna sealed The Undertaker in the casket with the assistance of several other villainous wrestlers, winning the match.^ January 22, 1994 - Royal Rumble: Yokozuna defefeated The Undertaker in a Casket match with help from a group of heel wrestlers..

^ Taker and HBK would meet at the Royal Rumble in a casket match.
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^ InGameNow’s pick to win the Royal Rumble…….
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.The Undertaker's "spirit" appeared from inside the casket on the video screen, warning that he would return.^ The Undertaker's "spirit" appeared from inside the casket on the video screen, warning that he would return, and then rising from behind the TitanTron.
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^ Casket and The Undertaker stepped out from inside!

^ After a short absence, The Undertaker returned to tell Kane of the pain and suffering that Kane would soon experience.
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[15]

Return; feud with Mankind (1994–1997)

Paul Bearer betrayed Undertaker by hitting him with the urn he is seen carrying here.
.After WrestleMania X, Ted DiBiase introduced an Undertaker back to the WWF. This Undertaker, however, played by Brian Lee, was an impostor Undertaker (dubbed the "Underfaker" by fans) and led to the return of the real Undertaker at SummerSlam, appearing as a new version of his original Deadman persona, replacing grey with purple.^ DiBiase's Undertaker appeared first (portrayed by Brian Lee), and did seem to be the real deal.

^ It represents the original Deadman persona of the Undertaker.
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^ An Undertaker "clone" appeared after WrestleMania X, led by Ted DiBiase and played by Brian Lee.
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.The Undertaker defeated the impostor after three Tombstone Piledrivers.^ But despite the double-team, the Undertaker was just too strong, throwing Arn from the ring, then Tombstone Piledriving Flair for the 3 count.

^ In response to this, Undertaker delivered a Tombstone piledriver to General Manager Vickie Guerrero, on the next SmackDown!, in storyline, sending her to the hospital.
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^ November 14, 2004 - Survivor Series : The Undertaker defeated John Heidenreich with a tombstone piledriver..

[15] .At Survivor Series, The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a rematch, another casket match.^ At Survivor Series 1994, these two giants met again in another casket match.
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^ November 23, 1994 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a Casket Match..

^ November 24, 1992 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Kamala in a Casket Match..

.Throughout most of 1995, The Undertaker feuded with members of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Corporation.^ Throughout most of 1995, the Undertaker feuded with members of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Corporation.
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^ "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase looks more the part now as an old man than he did when he wore a sequenced, sleeveless tuxedo jacket and ordered Virgil around.
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^ World Wrestling Federation - Feuding with the Million Dollar Corporation : Summer 1994: Short video packages were shown on TV of regular people describing their Undertaker 'sightings'..

.At WrestleMania XI, while Undertaker was facing King Kong Bundy, Kama stole The Undertaker's urn, and antagonized him by melting it into a large gold necklace and attacking the Undertaker.^ After the match, King Kong Bundy went eye to eye with the Undertaker while IRS attacked Paul Bearer and stole the urn!

^ King Kong Bundy repeatedly splashed The Undertaker's lifeless body..

^ He got his chance at Wrestlemania XI, where he faced off against DiBiase's biggest ally, King Kong Bundy.

[15] .Later, The Undertaker defeated Kama in a casket match at SummerSlam.^ WWF Summerslam '95 (August 27) = The Undertaker won a "Casket" match over Kama.

^ August 27, 1995 - Summerslam: The Undertaker defeated Kama in a Casket Match..

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[15] .Several weeks later, The Undertaker injured his orbital bone near his eye, forcing a period of absence for surgery, until his return at Survivor Series.^ The Undertaker was not seen in person for several weeks after that.
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^ Several weeks later, Taker was assaulted by Yokozuna and King Mabel, which led to an injury of the eye orbital bone which forced The Undertaker into a period of absence for surgery.
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^ The Undertaker returned a while later wearing a phantom like ghostly grey upper facemask.
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.The Undertaker returned at the 1995 Survivor Series, wearing a Phantom-like, grey upper mask.^ The Undertaker made his revengeful return at the Survivor Series 1995, wearing a grey mask on his face to protect his broken orbital socket bone, the mask doing just as much to protect his face as it did to seemingly intimidate his opponents.
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^ As a result, a match was booked for the upcoming Survivor Series, again pitting the Undertaker against Mankind, with a unique stipulation.
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^ World Wrestling Entertainment - The Undertaker Returns : November 27, 2005 - Survivor Series : The Undertaker returned to harass Randy Orton survived the RAW vs SD! Elimination match..

[15] .At the Royal Rumble, The Undertaker was unmasked in a WWF Championship match against Bret Hart, when Diesel interfered in the match to cost the Undertaker the championship.^ First Shawn Michaels won the Royal Rumble earning a WWF Championship match against Diesel (the then WWF Champion).
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^ Austin interfered in the match costing Hart the WWF Championship.
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^ At the '96 Royal Rumble, the Undertaker got his shot against the champion.

[16] .One month later, at In Your House: Rage in the Cage, while Diesel was facing Hart in a steel cage match, The Undertaker came bursting from under the ring, dragging Diesel underneath, allowing Hart to get the victory.^ Later, The Undertaker interfered in the Hart vs Diesel Cage match pulling Diesel down through the floor of the ring!

^ The Undertaker's match with Hart was a good one, with several close falls.

^ The Undertaker and Diesel continued to feud over the next few months, with the Undertaker costing Diesel his World Title match against Hart at In Your House 6, by coming through the ring and dragging Diesel underneath with him!

[16] .This feud culminated in a match between Diesel and the Undertaker at WrestleMania XII, in which The Undertaker was victorious.^ Diesel (WrestleMania XII in 1996) .
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^ The very next next night, The Undertaker was victorious at WrestleMania XII. .
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^ This feud culminated in a match between the duo at WrestleMania XII, in which the Undertaker was victorious.
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[12]
.His next feud commenced the very next night, when Mankind made his debut, interfering in The Undertaker's match with Justin Hawk Bradshaw.^ His next feud commenced the very next night, when Mankind made his debut, interfering in the Undertaker's match.
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^ On the Raw following the PPV, the Undertaker had a scheduled match with Justin Hawk Bradshaw.

^ Later in the night Undertaker interfered in the Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan match for the Title, attacking the Game allowing Hogan to get the Leg Drop and win.
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.For the next few months, Mankind ambushed and cost The Undertaker several matches.^ Over the next few weeks, that's what the Undertaker did.

^ For the next couple of months, Mankind would ambush and cost The Undertaker several matches, doing the following: closing casket lids on the Undertaker during interviews while laying inside his coffin, pushing over the casket and hitting it with weapons; hiding under the ring during Taker's RAW match versus the The British Bulldog, then reaching out from under the ring to clutch Taker's ankle, causing disqualification by count-outs.
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^ After Bearer's betrayal, the Undertaker took his storyline rivalry with Mankind to a new level, resulting in a Buried Alive match.
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[16] .The feud intensified, and they began taking their battles into crowds, backstage areas, and in the boiler rooms of different arenas.^ They began taking their battles into crowds and backstage areas, which was much more unconventional at that time.
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^ Things got even more interesting and out of hand when the two warred into the boiler room areas of different arenas.
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^ Outside the ring, Kane kicked Van Dam into the crowd, but the Hardcore Champion battled back with a series of flying kicks.
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.As a result, the first ever Boiler Room Brawl was booked between the two at SummerSlam.^ The first ever Boiler Room Brawl match was booked between the two at SummerSlam.
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^ This lead to Taker assaulting and busting open the Rattlesnake, which in turn, lead to a First Blood match between the two men at Fully Loaded.
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^ The whole sick game between Taker and DDP would come to an end at SummerSlam, when the two teams would face off in a steel cage match.
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.During the match, when Undertaker reached for Paul Bearer's urn, Bearer hit him with it, betraying The Undertaker and allowing Mankind to "incapacitate" The Undertaker with the Mandible claw, giving him the win.^ This allowed Mankind to come back and get the win, as well as getting the services of Paul Bearer.

^ However, when The Undertaker reached for the urn, Bearer hit him with it, allowing Mankind to incapacitate the Undertaker with the Mandible Claw.
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^ During the match, the Undertaker had the win, but the referee was down.

[16] .After Bearer's betrayal, The Undertaker took his rivalry with Mankind to a new level, resulting in a Buried Alive match at In Your House: Buried Alive.^ After Bearer's betrayal, the Undertaker took his storyline rivalry with Mankind to a new level, resulting in a Buried Alive match.
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^ WWF Buried Alive (October 20, '96) = The Undertaker beat Mankind in a "Buried Alive" match.

^ October 20, 1996 - Buried Alive: The Undertaker defeated Mankind in a Buried Alive match..

.The Undertaker won the match after a chokeslam into the open grave, but after interference from The Executioner, as well as the help of several other superstars, The Undertaker was ultimately "Buried Alive".[16] After being buried alive, The Undertaker returned at the Survivor Series again pitting him against Mankind, but with a unique stipulation; hanging 20 ft (6.1 m) above the ring was Paul Bearer, enclosed in a steel cage.^ Match of the Year against Mankind .
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^ Mankind crawled out from under the dirt and tossed Undertaker into the grave and buried him ---- ALIVE!!!!!!

^ WWE Survivor Series '03 (November 16) = The Undertaker lost a "Buried Alive" Match to Vince McMahon.

.If Undertaker won the match, he would be able to get his hands on Bearer.^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ If Undertaker won the match, he would be able to get his hands on Bearer.
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^ The Undertaker won but buried Bearer anyway, explaining that Bearer was merely a liability now and that he had no use for him anymore.
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.Even though The Undertaker won the match, interference from The Executioner enabled Bearer to escape The Undertaker's clutches.^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ The match-up was pretty even until the Undertaker came in after around 10 minutes.

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

[17] .The Undertaker then briefly turned his attention to The Executioner, who had become a thorn in his side since his arrival.^ The Undertaker then shifted feuds and briefly turned his attention to The Executioner, who, in storyline, had become a thorn in his side since his arrival.
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^ Jake confers with The Undertaker, while Austin turns his attention to Vince.
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^ Near the end, the Undertaker took out Richards (who was trying to interfere), but turned into a jawbreaker from Adams.

.At In Your House: It's Time, The Undertaker defeated The Executioner in an Armageddon rules match.^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

^ March 31, 1996 - Wrestlemania 12: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Diesel in a Grudge match..

[17] .By the end of 1996, The Undertaker began a feud with Vader, culminating in a loss to Vader at the Royal Rumble after Bearer interfered on behalf of his new protégé.^ The Undertaker returned at the Royal Rumble in 2003.
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^ January 19, 1997 - Royal Rumble: Vader defeated The Undertaker..

^ The two brothers began to feud again, this time with Bearer working for the Undertaker.

[17] .After this loss, The Undertaker began to focus his attention on the WWF Championship.^ WWF Calloway began wrestling at various house shows under the name "Kane the Undertaker", as he began to develop his new character's nuances in front of live crowds.

^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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^ With all the momentum heading into the event squarely in his corner, the Undertaker was the easy favourite to take back his WWF Championship and lay Yokozuna to rest.
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Hell in a Cell; Brothers of Destruction (1997–1998)

The Undertaker with his Lord of Darkness attire
.At WrestleMania 13, The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid for the WWF Championship, marking his second time as WWF Champion.^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ Batista The Undertaker: 15 - 0 at Wrestlemania 15 times the Undertaker has wrestled at Wrestlemania and not once has he been defeated.

^ March 23, 1997 - Wrestlemania 13 : The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to win the WWF World Heavyweight title!

[18] .After the event, Paul Bearer attempted to rejoin with The Undertaker, using the threat of revealing The Undertaker's "biggest secret". In the storyline, Bearer announced that The Undertaker was a murderer, who as a child had burned down the family funeral home business (where Bearer worked), killing his parents and his younger half-brother.^ It was at this time that the Undertaker switched managers from Brother Love to Paul Bearer.
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^ After Wrestlemania 13: Heat, Paul Bearer revealed that The Undertaker had burned his family's house, killing everyone inside but his brother.
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^ The two brothers began to feud again, this time with Bearer working for the Undertaker.

.The Undertaker claimed there was no way for Bearer to have that information, but Bearer announced that he was told this by Undertaker's half-brother Kane, who was still alive but horribly burned and scarred.^ This led to an angry Paul Bearer finally revealing his long-kept secret: that the Undertaker had actually killed his real parents by burning down the family home, as well as badly scarring his brother, Kane (a reference to the Undertaker's original name in the WWF; see above).

^ If your helictoper is no longer there, make your way across to the window cleaner's platform and use that to escape instead.
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^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

.Bearer raised Kane after the fire, having him institutionalized.^ Bearer raised Kane after the fire, having him institutionalized.
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^ Bischoff blamed Austin for Kane's actions, and told him that Linda McMahon was going to fire him.

^ At the end of the night, Kane attacked JR, and, with Austin pleading with him to stop, set JR on fire.

.Now, Kane was waiting for revenge after all these years.^ He said that Undertaker's brother was still alive, waiting for revenge all these years.
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.In defense, The Undertaker responded that Kane, a pyromaniac, had been the one to set the fire and could not have possibly survived.^ In defense, Undertaker responded that Kane, a pyromaniac, had been the one to set the fire and could not have possibly survived.
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^ Undertaker responded by saying that it wasn't his fault and that his brother could not have survived.
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^ After The Undertaker was locked in the casket, Kane set fire to the casket.
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.His next major storyline began at SummerSlam in 1997 when referee Shawn Michaels accidentally hit The Undertaker with a steel chair shot meant for Bret Hart, costing the Undertaker his WWF Championship.^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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^ Special guest referee Shawn Michaels accidently hit The Undertaker with a chair, costing him the match..

^ Shawn Michaels was the special referee.

[18] .The feud culminated at In Your House: Badd Blood, where The Undertaker challenged Michaels to the first ever Hell in a Cell match.^ The feud culminated at In Your House: Badd Blood, where the Undertaker challenged Michaels to the first ever Hell in a Cell match.
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^ Undertaker decided the match would be inside Hell in a Cell.
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^ After the match, Undertaker announced a Hell in a Cell match at Armageddon!

.During this match, The Undertaker's storyline half-brother Kane made his debut, ripping off the door to the cell and giving The Undertaker a Tombstone Piledriver, Undertaker's trademark finisher, allowing Michaels to pin him.^ A barely conscious Michaels made the pin, shockingly winning the match.

^ The Undertaker chased off both Michaels & DX after the match.

^ TOMBSTONE! -The Undertaker gets the pin.
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[18] The match received a 5-star rating from Dave Meltzer. .As the storyline progressed, Kane, with Paul Bearer, challenged The Undertaker to fights, but The Undertaker consistently refused to fight his brother.^ For the rest of the year, Kane, with Paul Bearer doing the talking, challenged his brother, but the Undertaker refused, not wanting to fight his own flesh and blood.

^ This led to an angry Paul Bearer finally revealing his long-kept secret: that the Undertaker had actually killed his real parents by burning down the family home, as well as badly scarring his brother, Kane (a reference to the Undertaker's original name in the WWF; see above).

^ The two continued to feud, with the Undertaker and Kane fighting occassionally as well.

.The Undertaker and Kane then formed a brief partnership when Kane saved Undertaker from an attack by D-Generation X. The Undertaker's final encounter with Michaels was in the return of the casket match at the Royal Rumble, where Kane betrayed The Undertaker and cost him the win by trapping him in the coffin, padlocking the casket lid, and setting it ablaze.^ The Undertaker returned at the Royal Rumble in 2003.
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^ Henry attacked Undertaker from behind, costing him the title.
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^ Looks like the match is set up for The Undertaker to win this match.
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.The Undertaker, however, had disappeared when the casket lid was reopened.^ The Undertaker rolled Yokos giant frame into the casket and then moved towards it to shut the lid.
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^ However this time it would be a match that would be the Undertaker's specialty over the years, a casket match!
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[19] .After a two month hiatus, The Undertaker returned and defeated Kane at WrestleMania XIV.^ After a two-month hiatus, Undertaker returned to continue the angle and defeat Kane at WrestleMania XIV. The two had a rematch, the first ever Inferno match, one month later at Unforgiven, where The Undertaker was booked to win by setting Kane's right arm on fire.
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^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ The two continued to feud, with the Undertaker and Kane fighting occassionally as well.

[19] .The two had a rematch, the first ever Inferno match, one month later at Unforgiven: In Your House, which The Undertaker won by setting Kane's right arm on fire.^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

^ In the Main Event: The Undertaker defeated Kane in an Inferno match after Kane's leg was lit on fire!

^ The two would have a rematch in the first ever Inferno Match, where the ring was surrounded by fire and the only way to win was to set your opponent ablaze.
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[19]
.The Undertaker's feud with Mankind was renewed afterward, and they faced each other in a Hell in a Cell match at King of the Ring.^ (For more, see Hell in a Cell - Undertaker vs. Mankind.
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^ Next Undertaker's seemingly never-ending feud with Mankind heated up again and the two would meet at King of the Ring in a Hell in a Cell match.
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^ The Undertaker faced Mankind for the very first time at the 1996 King Of The Ring.
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.During the match, The Undertaker threw Mankind off the roof of the 16 ft (4.9 m) cell onto the Spanish announce table below, in what was a preplanned move.^ After the match, Undertaker announced a Hell in a Cell match at Armageddon!

^ In one of the most memorable matches in professional wrestling history, Undertaker threw Mankind off the roof of the sixteen foot cell onto the Spanish announcers' table below.
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^ With his popularity rising, Undertaker battled such villains as Irwin R. Schyster, Goldust, Vader, Mankind, and King Kong Bundy on and off from 1995 to 1997.
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.He later chokeslammed Mankind through the roof of the cell into the ring which legitimately knocked Mankind unconscious and finished the match by Tombstone Piledriving Mankind.^ He later chokeslammed Mankind through the roof of the cell into the ring which legitimately knocked Mick Foley unconscious and finished the match by chokeslamming Mankind onto a pile of thumbtacks.
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^ He then chokeslammed Mankind through the roof of the cell into the ring and finally finished the match by back dropping and chokeslamming Mankind onto a pile of thumbtacks.
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^ When this match ended the Undertaker had hurled Mick Foley off the top of the Cell, Chokeslammed him through the roof and then twice slammed him onto thousands of thumbtacks before finally winning with a Tombstone.
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[19]
The Undertaker has both feuded and teamed up with his half-brother Kane numerous times.
.At Fully Loaded, The Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Kane and Mankind to win the WWF Tag Team Championship.^ Fans Choose The Referee: A) "Hardcore Legend" Mick Foley, B) Stone Cold Steve Austin (79%), C) John Bradshaw Layfield..

^ WWF King of the Ring '96 (June 23) = The Undertaker was defeated by Mankind.

^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

[19] .The Undertaker and Austin's reign as tag champions lasted for only two weeks, as Kane and Mankind regained the titles on an episode of Raw is War.^ This started a growing feud between Austin & the Undertaker and Kane & Mankind.

^ The last two combatants were Austin and Kane.
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^ Undertaker and Austin's reign as tag champions lasted for only two weeks, as Kane and Mankind regained the titles on an episode of Raw.
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[20] .The Undertaker then became the number one contender for the WWF Championship at SummerSlam, now held by Austin.^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ As a result of the win, The Undertaker became #1 contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, held by Batista.
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^ As well as this, the Undertaker had his hands full in the form of the number one contender for his Championship, the Rock.
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.Shortly before SummerSlam, however, The Undertaker revealed that he and Kane were working together as brothers.^ Shortly before SummerSlam, however, Undertaker revealed that he and Kane were together as brothers.
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^ This resulted in the Undertaker being buried under 6 feet of dirt with the help of his psychotic brother Kane.
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^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

.Despite this revelation, The Undertaker told Kane that he did not want him to interfere in the match with Austin, and even though The Undertaker lost the match, he handed Austin his belt back after the match in a show of respect.^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ It wasn't enough, though, as Kane chokeslammed him to end the show.

^ After the match, though, Austin was knocked out by the Undertaker, who busted him open with the belt.

[19] .In September, the storyline continued, and The Undertaker began to show some villainous characteristics when he and Kane revealed the fact that they were in cahoots to rid Austin of his title for Vince McMahon.^ The Undertaker also chokeslammed McMahon, showing that they weren't allies.

^ Speculation was rampant, especially from Vince McMahon, that the Undertaker & Kane were in cahoots.

^ This caused some problems between Helmsley & Austin, but it was pushed aside, as Austin had to next defend the belt against the Undertaker.

.At Breakdown: In Your House, The Undertaker and Kane were booked in a Triple Threat match with Austin for his WWF Championship; McMahon stated that the brothers were not allowed to pin each other.^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ WWF Breakdown (September '98) = Austin was pinned by both Kane and the Undertaker, losing the World Title.

^ Austin interfered in the match costing Hart the WWF Championship.
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.The Undertaker and Kane pinned Austin simultaneously after a double chokeslam,[19] so the title was vacated by McMahon.^ McMahon entered as the new referee, even as the Undertaker got Chokeslams on both Austin and Kane.

^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

^ At Judgment Day '01, the Undertaker got another shot at Austin's WWF World Title.

.This event led to a match at Judgment Day: In Your House between the two brothers for the title, with Austin as the special guest referee.^ Steve Austin was the special referee.

^ It didn't help when Austin was appointed the special referee for their match at Judgment Day '98.

^ Both title matches were given special guest referee, and for this one it was Mr. Perfect.
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.Near the end of the match, Paul Bearer seemed about to assist Kane by handing him a steel chair to hit The Undertaker with, but as Kane had his back turned, both Bearer and The Undertaker hit Kane with the chair.^ After the match: Edge & The Edgeheads attacked The Undertaker and took turns jabbing him with steel chair shots..

^ Not surprisingly, at the end, Kane & Paul Bearer came out.

^ Near the end of the match, Austin nailed the Undertaker with the Stone Cold Stunner, but then was distracted by Paul Bearer, whom he chased to the back.

.The Undertaker went for the pin, but Austin refused to count the fall, attacked the Undertaker, and counted out both brothers.^ The Undertaker was counted out.

^ The two fought outside the ring, both getting counted out.

^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

[19] .Finally, The Undertaker became a villain the next night on Raw is War for the first time in over six years, reconciling with Bearer and claiming that he and Bearer would unleash their Ministry of Darkness on the World Wrestling Federation.^ Knight then became Mideon, another of the Undertaker's new Ministry of Darkness.

^ As 1998's end drew closer, fans started to slowly see a darker Undertaker, as he began to prophesize a Ministry of Darkness whose wrath would soon be unleashed on the World Wrestling Federation.
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^ However, the next night on Raw, the CEO, Austin, announced that a match was signed between himself and the Undertaker for the World Title, with the stipulation that if the Ministry interfered, the title would be lost.

.As part of this new storyline, he admitted that he had indeed set the fire that killed his parents, for which he had previously blamed Kane.^ As part of this new angle, he admitted that he had indeed set the fire that killed his parents.
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^ In the storyline, Bearer announced that Undertaker was a murderer, who as a child had burned down the family funeral home business, killing his parents and his younger brother.
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^ The match was signed as a First Blood match, with the added stipulation that Kane would set himself on fire if he lost.

[20]
.After Survivor Series, The Undertaker returned his attention back to his previous feud with Austin for costing him the title at Judgment Day, hitting Austin in the head with a shovel during a title match with The Rock, returning the favor for what happened a month earlier.^ At Judgment Day '01, the Undertaker got another shot at Austin's WWF World Title.

^ After Survivor Series, Undertaker turned his attention to Austin for what happened at Judgment Day, bashing him in the head with a shovel.
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^ Taker paid him back during a match with the Rock by hitting him in the head with a shovel.
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.With this twist in the storyline, McMahon scheduled a Buried Alive match between The Undertaker and Austin at Rock Bottom: In Your House.^ This caused some problems between Helmsley & Austin, but it was pushed aside, as Austin had to next defend the belt against the Undertaker.

^ Kane removes Undertaker's bandana symbolising the end of an era as the dirt pores in the grave burying Big Evil alive!
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^ WWF In Your House V (December 17, '95) = The Undertaker won a "Casket" match over Mabel.

.In the weeks leading up to Rock Bottom, The Undertaker attempted to embalm Austin alive, tried to have Kane committed to a mental asylum, and had his druids chain Austin to his symbol, raising it high into the arena.^ In the weeks leading up to Rock Bottom, Undertaker attempted to embalm Austin alive and even crucified him.
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^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

[20] .The Undertaker, however, lost the match after Kane interfered.^ Undertaker lost after Heidenreich interfered.
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^ Undertaker, however, lost the match after Kane interfered.
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^ Undertaker lost the match due to interference from Kane.
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[21]

Ministry of Darkness (1999)

In January 1999, The Undertaker returned and formed the Ministry of Darkness, developing a more evil persona and explaining that he was taking orders from a "Higher Power." He often appeared in a black robe and sat on a throne. .With the help of his minions, he often performed sacrifices on various WWE superstars, which were meant to bring out the more evil side of superstars so as to recruit them into his Ministry.^ Wrestle The Worst WWE Superstar Side-Projects Sometimes superstars make the wrong decisions and fail in their outreach.

^ Things got even more interesting and out of hand when the two warred into the boiler room areas of different arenas.
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^ The Ministry moves the unconscious Rock onto the board, then carry him out of the ring, and into the darkness beyond the curtain.
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.The Ministry eventually merged with The Corporation alliance to form the Corporate Ministry.^ Eventually, the Ministry would merge with Shane McMahon's Corporation heel stable to form the Corporate Ministry.
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^ It was later announced that Shane had betrayed his father and joined his group with the Undertaker's, forming the Corporate Ministry!

^ The Dead Man merged his Ministry of Darkness with Shane's Corporation to form the Corporate Ministry and they began a reign of terror that led to a group of WWF superstars forming a counter-faction named the Union.
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[22] .During this time, The Undertaker was booked to defeat Austin for his third WWF Championship at Over the Edge with help from Shane McMahon, the special referee.^ Steve Austin was the special referee.

^ Vince McMahon was the special referee.

^ At Over The Edge '99, the Undertaker faced Austin for the World Title, with Shane McMahon appointed as the special guest referee.

[23] .Two weeks later, it was revealed on Raw is War that Vince McMahon had been the The Undertaker's "Higher Power" all along.^ June 7, 1999 - RAW: Vince McMahon revealed himself as the Higher Power joining the Corporate Ministry..

^ Vince had been behind the plot all along.
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^ Two weeks later, it was revealed on Monday Night RAW that Vince McMahon, had been The Undertaker's "Higher Power" all along.
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.After The Undertaker dropped the WWF Championship back to Austin one night after King of the Ring,[22] and lost a First Blood match at Fully Loaded, his relationship with the McMahons dissolved and the Corporate Ministry disbanded.^ WWF Fully Loaded '99 (July 25) = The Undertaker lost a "First Blood" match to the WWF World Champion, Steve Austin.

^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ July 25, 1999 - Fully Loaded: Steve Austin defeated The Undertaker in a First Blood match to retain the WWF title..

.The Undertaker then began a storyline where he teamed with The Big Show in a tag team known as The UnHoly Alliance, which held the WWF Tag Team Championship twice.^ Undertaker then started aiming for the WWF World Tag Team Championship, teaming with The Big Show.
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^ Afterwards, he teamed with Kane to go for the WWF World Tag Team Championship.
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^ The Undertaker began to train Nathan Jones to wrestle, and the two were due to fight Big Show and A-Train in a tag team match at WrestleMania XIX. However, due to a lack of crowd response to Jones as well as obviously lacking many of the basic wrestling skills, Jones was left out of the match, leaving The Undertaker to defeat them alone, with minor assistance from Jones at the end.
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American Bad Ass/Big Evil (2000–2003)

Undertaker with his "Big Evil" gimmick at WrestleMania XIX.
.The Undertaker took on a second persona during this portion of his WWF career.^ WWF In Your House I (May 14, '95) = In a dark match, the Undertaker took down Kama.

^ During the match, the Undertaker took out the referee, to allow Shane McMahon to come to the ring to be the ref.

^ At this point Undertaker took some time off due to nagging injuries and to be there for the birth of his second child with his wife Sara.
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He abandoned the Gothic mortician-themed attire, his funeral dirge ring music, allusions to the supernatural, and the accompanying theatrics of his ring entrance. .The Undertaker now took on the personality of a biker, riding to the ring on a motorcycle, and wearing sunglasses and bandanas to the ring.^ The Undertaker quickly took advantage, nailing Triple H with the Last Ride.

^ Near the end, the Undertaker Chokeslammed Kane, but then was clotheslined out of the ring by the Rock, who then took out Kane with the Rock Bottom.

^ During the match, the Undertaker took out the referee, to allow Shane McMahon to come to the ring to be the ref.

.His ring music was now replaced with popular rock songs of the time, like Limp Bizkit's "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)" and Kid Rock's "American Bad Ass" (from which the name of The Undertaker's new gimmick originated), though it was accompanied by the characteristic opening bell gong of The Undertaker's original theme.^ He later changed his entrance to Limp Bizkit's song "Rollin'."
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^ This gimmick could be best described as a hybrid of the classic Undertaker and American Bad Ass gimmicks.
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^ Kid Rock sang 5 songs at WrestleMania.
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.Upon his return in May 2000, he took out all the members of the McMahon-Helmsley Faction, which caused him to once again be a fan favorite.^ At Judgment Day 2000, the new Undertaker took out all the members of The McMahon-Helmsley Faction.
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^ With Kane temporarily out of the picture, Austin & Helmsley took every opportunity to double-team the Undertaker, including meeting him in a Handicap match at the British PPV, Insurrextion '01.

^ In the process of this, Triple H had been awarded the victory at Judgment Day when HBK saw Taker lay him out, so The Game was once again the WWF Champion.
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.He also targeted their leader, WWF Champion Triple H.^ In the process of this, Triple H had been awarded the victory at Judgment Day when HBK saw Taker lay him out, so The Game was once again the WWF Champion.
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^ April 1, 2002 - RAW : The Undertaker challanged WWF Champion, Triple H, to a Title match at Backlash..
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^ April 1, 2002 - RAW : The Undertaker challenged WWF Champion, Triple H, to a Title match at Backlash..

.At King of the Ring, The Undertaker teamed with The Rock and Kane to defeat the team of Triple H, Shane McMahon, and Vince McMahon.^ WWF King of the Ring '96 (June 23) = The Undertaker was defeated by Mankind.

^ The fight between the Undertaker and Triple H at King of the Ring '02 was a brutal one, as old emotions roared to the surface.

^ He then stood tall alongside Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane & the Undertaker, the rest of the WWF team.

[24] .Afterward, he was booked to team with Kane to contend for the WWF Tag Team Championship.^ Afterwards, he teamed with Kane to go for the WWF World Tag Team Championship.
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^ He then stood tall alongside Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane & the Undertaker, the rest of the WWF team.

^ Both men also, ironically, entered as co-holders of the World Tag Team Championship.
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.They defeated Edge and Christian, earning the right to face them the following week for the tag title, which Edge and Christian retained.^ September 4, 2000 - RAW: Edge & Christian defeated The Rock & The Undertaker to retain the Tag Team titles..

^ They defeated Edge and Christian, earning the right to face them the following week for the tag titles.
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^ They defeated Haku and Rikishi in a brutal First Blood match, and met the Champions the Dudley Boyz, as well as Edge and Christian in a Tag Team Table match for the Titles at No Way Out.
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.Kane betrayed The Undertaker by chokeslamming him twice on the August 14 episode of Raw is War.^ The Undertaker nailed Kane with a chair shot, to keep him from winning the title, then caught Shane McMahon on the turnbuckle and Chokeslammed him through a table.

^ But Kane chokeslammed Jarrett to get him out of his way, causing the DQ finish.

^ Near the end, the Undertaker Chokeslammed Kane, but then was clotheslined out of the ring by the Rock, who then took out Kane with the Rock Bottom.

[25] .This incident led to another match between the two at SummerSlam, which ended in a no contest as Kane ran from the ring area after The Undertaker removed Kane's mask.^ The match was ruled a No-Contest.

^ The Undertaker vs Kurt Angle ended in a NO CONTEST -- Undertaker retains!

^ August 27, 2000 - Summerslam: The Undertaker vs Kane ended in a NO CONTEST..

[24]
.The Undertaker then challenged Kurt Angle for the WWF Championship at Survivor Series.^ July 24, 2000 - RAW: Kurt Angle vs The Undertaker ended in a No Contest...

^ He then stood tall alongside Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane & the Undertaker, the rest of the WWF team.

^ November 19, 1995 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker & HOG & Savio & Fatu defeated Mabel & HHH & Jerry Lawler & Isaac Yankem..

[26] .Angle, however, defeated The Undertaker after Kurt switched places with his real life brother, Eric Angle.^ July 24, 2000 - RAW: Kurt Angle vs The Undertaker ended in a No Contest...

^ He then stood tall alongside Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane & the Undertaker, the rest of the WWF team.

^ November 8, 2001 - Smackdown : The Undertaker deafeated Stone Cold & Kurt Angle in a handicap match..

.The Undertaker demanded and was awarded a spot in the Six Man Hell in a Cell match for the WWF Championship at Armageddon.^ After the match, Undertaker announced a Hell in a Cell match at Armageddon!

^ Carnage like this had become the norm in the WWF, and Commissioner Mick Foley decided that the six people volleying for the WWF Title; Rock, Austin, Triple H, Rikishi, Angle and Undertaker, would fight it out at Armageddon, in a Hell in a Cell match!
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^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

.The Undertaker promised to make someone "famous" and did so when he chokeslamed Rikishi off the roof of the cell.^ The Undertaker's feud with Austin & Triple H soon cooled off, as the Undertaker was confronted with something new: someone was stalking his wife.

^ On top, the Undertaker won the fight, Chokeslamming Triple H to the ground below, then jumping off on top of him!

^ After the PPV, the Undertaker promised to serve up Austin to his Greater Power, and after a beat down from the Corporate Ministry, he did just that.
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[26]
.In 2001, The Undertaker reunited with Kane as the Brothers of Destruction, challenging for the WWF Tag Team Championship once again.^ The Brothers of Destruction took out various tag-teams in their quest.

^ WWF Calloway began wrestling at various house shows under the name "Kane the Undertaker", as he began to develop his new character's nuances in front of live crowds.

^ He then stood tall alongside Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane & the Undertaker, the rest of the WWF team.

.They received a shot at the title at No Way Out, facing Edge and Christian and then champions the Dudley Boyz in a Tables Match.^ They defeated Haku and Rikishi in a brutal First Blood match, and met the Champions the Dudley Boyz, as well as Edge and Christian in a Tag Team Table match for the Titles at No Way Out.
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^ And they humiliate him on the way out.
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^ The victory gave the Brothers the chance to get back the WWF Tag-Team gold, as they were placed in the "Triple Threat Tables" Match against Edge & Christian and the Tag Champs, the Dudley Boyz, at No Way Out '01.

.The Brothers of Destruction dominated almost the entire match but were not the winners.^ The Brothers of Destruction dominated the Royal Rumble, particularly Kane, who eliminated a total of 11 people.
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^ The Brothers Of Destruction dictated the pace the entire match, and it was only interference from Rikishi and Haku that prevented them from leaving with the belts.
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^ The two teams fought over the next few weeks, with the Brothers of Destruction defeating Rikishi & Haku in a "First Blood" Match at one point.

[26] .The Undertaker was then booked to defeat Triple H at WrestleMania X-Seven, where he improved his WrestleMania winning streak to 9–0.[12] He and Kane continued a storyline that focused on Triple H, who formed a "surprise alliance" with WWF Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin.^ Steve Austin defeated Undertaker by DQ..

^ The Undertaker continued his winning streak against Randy Orton.
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^ Stone Cold eliminated Kane to win his record third Rumble.
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.The Brothers of Destruction were granted an opportunity to face Triple H and Austin for their titles.^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

^ Austin brawled with both brothers at one time or another going into Summerslam '98, where he took on the Undertaker with the title on the line.

^ At Over The Edge '99, the Undertaker faced Austin for the World Title, with Shane McMahon appointed as the special guest referee.

.After The Undertaker and Kane acquired the WWF Tag Title from Edge and Christian,[27] Triple H pinned Kane after attacking him with a sledgehammer at Backlash, where the Brothers of Destruction dropped the title.^ But when the Undertaker Chokeslammed Kane's partner, X-Pac, Kane again turned on his brother, attacking him.

^ Following editions continue to build towards King Of The Ring, adding two more matches outside of the ongoing tournament: The Big Show and Kane are given a match against The Acolytes for the WWF Tag Team Titles, while Test demands a match against Triple H so he may repay him for the torture Stephanie suffered.
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^ The Brothers of Destruction showed their true potential soon enough, as they were able to avoid interference from the Power Trip and defeated Edge & Christian for the WWF World Tag-Team Titles on Raw in the middle of April '01.

[28] .With Kane injured, The Undertaker feuded briefly with Steve Austin for his WWF Championship, but at Judgment Day, Austin retained his title.^ At Judgment Day '01, the Undertaker got another shot at Austin's WWF World Title.

^ Steve Austin defeated Undertaker by DQ..

^ Austin retained the WWF World Title.

[28]
.As part of "The Invasion" storyline, The Undertaker's next nemesis was Diamond Dallas Page, who was obsessively following The Undertaker's wife Sara.^ On the Raw before the next PPV, the stalker revealed himself as Diamond Dallas Page, one of the WCW 'invaders', saying that he had targeted Sara because he wanted the Undertaker to "make him famous".

^ Who you kill is entirely your choice, and it only has a slight effect on the next mission "Undertaker" (killing Francis makes this mission slightly easier, but not by much).
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^ The next target is The Rock, who teams up with X-Pac and Road Dogg to take on The Undertaker, Viscera and Midian.
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[28] .At SummerSlam, WCW Tag Team Champions The Undertaker and Kane defeated Page and his partner Chris Kanyon in a steel cage match to win the WWF Tag Team Championship.^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

^ June 26, 2000 - RAW: The Undertaker & Kane defeated Edge & Christian (Tag Team Champions) in a NON TITLE match..

^ WWF Summerslam '01 (August 19) = The Undertaker & Kane won a "Titles-vs-Titles Cage" match over Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon, unifying the WWF and WCW World Tag-Team Titles.

[28] .At Survivor Series, The Undertaker teamed with Kane, The Rock, Chris Jericho, and The Big Show to take on The Alliance's Steve Austin, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, Shane McMahon, and Kurt Angle (this would be the last time that The Undertaker and Kane would team up until 2006).^ The match-up was pretty even until the Undertaker came in after around 10 minutes.

^ When Austin turned on the team and joined the Alliance, helping Booker T pin Angle, the whole power focus changed dramatically.

^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

.Angle pinned The Undertaker due to interference by Austin.^ When Austin turned on the team and joined the Alliance, helping Booker T pin Angle, the whole power focus changed dramatically.

^ At the '01 Royal Rumble, Austin interfered in the Helmsley-Angle World Title match, Stunning HHH to allow Angle to retain his belt.

^ Later in the match, Austin got ready to stun Angle, only to get nailed with the Olympic Slam and pinned.

[28] .After the Alliance was defeated, The Undertaker became a villain once again by forcing commentator Jim Ross to kiss Vince McMahon's ass.^ But suspicion started to grow in the Alliance camp, as Vince McMahon insinuated that Austin was going to turn on them at the pay-per-view.

^ World Wrestling Federation - Big Evil (Heel) : November 26, 2001 - RAW : The Undertaker made a surprise Heel-Turn attacking Jim Ross and forcing him to kiss Vince's ass!

^ Vince McMahon makes the Ric Flair vs Undertaker match a NO-DQ contest!

[29] .This was the beginning of a new persona for The Undertaker, as he cut his long hair short and called himself "Big Evil". At Vengeance, The Undertaker defeated Van Dam to capture the WWF Hardcore Championship.^ WWF Vengeance (December '01) = The Undertaker defeated Rob Van Dam to win the Hardcore Title.

^ December 9, 2001 - Vengeance : The Undertaker defeated Rob Van Dam to become the new WWF Hardcore Champion ..

^ The Big Show defeated The Undertaker by TKO after a long grueling match..

[30]
The Undertaker during his "Big Evil" persona
.The Undertaker's next storyline began at the Royal Rumble in 2002 when Maven eliminated him by dropkicking him from behind.^ Kane was the next to go, as RVD eliminated him with a missile dropkick.

^ The Undertaker again tossed the Hardys out, but while he was leaning over the ropes yelling at them, Maven came from behind and dropkicked him, eliminating the Undertaker from the Rumble!

^ Austin then illegally eliminated Hart in the Royal Rumble, and after Hart had eliminated him.
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.Subsequently, The Undertaker eliminated Maven in return and brutally assaulted him backstage.^ The Undertaker took out Vince with a brutal shot to the head, but this left him open to the Stone Cold Stunner, allowing Austin to get the pinfall victory.

^ The war between the Undertaker and Austin reached new heights when the Undertaker brutally tossed Austin through a window, badly injuring him.

^ The Undertaker was expected to make his return at the '00 Royal Rumble, but another injury, namely a torn pectoral muscle, put him back on the shelf for another 4 months.

[30] .On an episode of SmackDown!, The Rock mentioned The Undertaker's elimination at the Royal Rumble, angering The Undertaker.^ The Undertaker Royal Rumble (1993) (TV) ....
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^ WWE Royal Rumble '08 (January 27) = The Undertaker competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by John Cena.

^ Taker spent a pretty uneventful 1993 feuding with the 7'6" 435 lbs Giant Gonzalez, after he had attacked and eliminated him in the 1993 Royal Rumble.
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.The Undertaker responded by costing The Rock the number one contendership for the WWF Undisputed Championship.^ As well as this, the Undertaker had his hands full in the form of the number one contender for his Championship, the Rock.
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^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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^ WWF Rebellion (November 3, '01) = Austin retained the WWF Heavyweight Championship with a win over the Rock.

[31] .The storyline continued when The Rock cost The Undertaker his match with Maven for the Hardcore Championship.^ Special guest referee Shawn Michaels accidently hit The Undertaker with a chair, costing him the match..

^ At Rock Bottom, the Undertaker and Austin met in a "Buried Alive" Match, with the Undertaker swearing that he would end Austin's career.

^ However, the Undertaker accidentally took out Austin instead with a chair shot, costing him the match and the title.

[32] .The two faced off at No Way Out, where The Undertaker lost due to interference from Ric Flair.^ The two faced off on Smackdown, with the Undertaker the heavy favorite.

^ Vince then took out Ric Flair, keeping him from interfering.

^ As a result, the two champs faced off at King of the Ring '97 in a brutal match, both for the wrestlers and the referees.

[30] .This interference began a storyline with Flair, who declined a challenge to wrestle Undertaker at WrestleMania X8,[33] and, as a result, Undertaker assaulted his son David Flair.^ Who is going to wrestle Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVI ?
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^ Ric Flair finally accepted the Undertaker's challenge for a match at Wrestlemania..

^ WWF Calloway began wrestling at various house shows under the name "Kane the Undertaker", as he began to develop his new character's nuances in front of live crowds.

[34] .Flair eventually accepted the match after The Undertaker threatened to inflict the same punishment on Flair's daughter.^ Ric Flair finally accepted the Undertaker's challenge for a match at Wrestlemania..

^ Ric Flair finally accepted the Undertaker's challange for a match at Wrestlemania..
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^ February 18, 2002 - RAW : Undertaker challenged Ric Flair to a match at Wrestlemania .

[34] .A no disqualification stipulation was added to the match, and The Undertaker defeated Flair.^ July 12, 2000 - Smackdown!: Triple H defeated The Undertaker in a No Disqualification match..

^ The match-up between the two wrestlers was then made into a No-Disqualification match, raising the violence level.

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

[12]
.After the storyline with Flair, The Undertaker defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin at Backlash to win the number one contendership for the WWF Undisputed Championship.^ Steve Austin defeated Undertaker by DQ..

^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ After the match, a furious Austin nailed the Undertaker with the Stone Cold Stunner.

.Later that night, he helped Hulk Hogan win his title match against the Undisputed Champion Triple H.[30] The Undertaker then defeated Hogan for his fourth world championship at Judgment Day.^ At Judgment Day '01, the Undertaker got another shot at Austin's WWF World Title.

^ Later in the night Undertaker interfered in the Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan match for the Title, attacking the Game allowing Hogan to get the Leg Drop and win.
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^ June 1, 2008 - One Night Stand : Edge defeated The Undertaker in a TLC match to win the vacant World Heavyweight title..

[35] .On the July 1 episode of Raw, The Undertaker turned into a fan favorite again after defeating Jeff Hardy in a ladder match and raising Hardy's hand as a show of respect.^ After the match, the Undertaker returned to the ring and raised Jeff Hardy's arm as a show of respect..

^ Jeff Hardy defeated The Undertaker in an Extreme Rules match after Big Show interfered..

^ May 29, 1995 - RAW: The Undertaker defeated Jeff Jarrett..

.The Undertaker, however, dropped the title at Vengeance to The Rock in a triple threat match that also involved Kurt Angle.^ WWE Vengeance '02 (July 21) = The Undertaker lost the World Title to the Rock in a "Triple Threat" Match.

^ Undertaker defended his title against Kurt Angle, in one of his most controversial matches.
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^ However due to Taker drawing with Kurt in their title match, Angle was added to the mix to make it a Triple Threat at Vengeance.
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[35] .The Undertaker was then switched from Raw to SmackDown!, alongside former Raw talent Brock Lesnar, Chris Benoit, and Eddie Guerrero.^ Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit in a Triple Threat on his first night their, earning a shot at Lesnar's Title at Unforgiven.
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^ August 31, 2000 - Smackdown!: The Undertaker defeated Chris Benoit by Disqualification..

^ It was rumored that, at the next Raw, Austin would have to lose to Brock Lesnar.

.The Undertaker challenged Lesnar in a title match at Unforgiven that ended in a double-disqualification.^ Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit in a Triple Threat on his first night their, earning a shot at Lesnar's Title at Unforgiven.
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^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

[35] .Their feud carried over to No Mercy in a Hell in a Cell match.^ August 17, 2008 - SummerSlam : The Undertaker defeated Edge in an incredible Hell in a Cell match in Indianapolis, Indiana..

^ Vickie Guerrero booked her "husband" in a Hell in a Cell match with the legendary Undertaker, to take place at SummerSlam.

^ October 20, 2002 - No Mercy : Brock Lesnar w/Paul Heyman defeated The Undertaker in a bloody Hell in the Cell match!

.The Undertaker performed in the match with a legitimate broken hand and eventually lost to the champion.^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ Although the Undertaker had the upper hand in several portions of this match, his rage was uncontainable, as he let loose on Hart near the end of the match when Hart was tangled in the ropes.

^ The first being a triple threat WWE Championship match between champion Randy Orton, John Cena, and Triple H. Cena had the match in hand but Triple H was able to counter the FU into his Pedigree.
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[35]
.The Undertaker took a leave from wrestling after the Big Show threw him off the stage, sparking a feud.^ To further that, I met him in October, 1999 on an indy show we did together, he immediately came off as 6'6", a clear head taller than me.
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^ WWF Calloway began wrestling at various house shows under the name "Kane the Undertaker", as he began to develop his new character's nuances in front of live crowds.

^ World Wrestling Entertainment - The Undertaker's time off : April 16, 2009--Superstars : The Undertaker defeated Matt Hardy by intentional Countout..

[36] .The Undertaker returned at the Royal Rumble in 2003.[37] He immediately continued his feud with Big Show and defeated him by submission at No Way Out with a triangle choke.^ February 23, 2002 - No Way Out : Undertaker defeats the Big Show with the dreaded triangle choke submission hold..

^ And they humiliate him on the way out.
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^ WWE No Way Out '03 (February 23) = The Undertaker defeated the Big Show.

.A-Train entered the storyline by attempting to attack The Undertaker after the match, but Nathan Jones came to his aid.^ The Undertaker The Undertaker entered this match at #30.
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^ Undertaker gets attacked by Big Show & A-Train but is saved by Nathan Jones..

^ The match-up was pretty even until the Undertaker came in after around 10 minutes.

[37] .The storyline resumed as The Undertaker began to train Jones to wrestle, and the two were scheduled to fight Big Show and A-Train in a tag team match at WrestleMania XIX.^ March 30, 2003 - Wrestlemania 19 : The Undertaker beat Big Show & A-Train in a Handicap match with help from Nathan Jones..

^ Big Show -- Undertaker ends up defeating A-Train..

^ A-Train and Show were still at odds with these two and it was decided that at WrestleMania XIX, Nathan Jones and Undertaker would face the Big Show and A-Train.
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[12] .Jones, however, was removed prior to the match, making it a handicap match, which The Undertaker won with the help of Jones.^ With his help, Austin won the match, making the belts firmly his again.

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ After the match Taker got back into the ring seemingly ready to attack Rey, however he helped him up and shook his hand as a sign of respect.
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[37]
.Over the remainder of the year, he was booked to have two WWE Championship opportunities.^ This was the first WrestleMania since the WWF name change to WWE. This is also the first WrestleMania where there were two world championship matches.
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^ However, he was able to push through that and repeat history back to back years by making his opponent tap out the STFU and retain the WWE Championship.
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^ As for the WWF Championship, at that year’s Royal Rumble, Lex Luger and Bret Hart were the final two men in the ring.
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.The first, on the September 4 SmackDown!, against Kurt Angle, ended in a no contest, due to interference from Brock Lesnar.^ The Undertaker vs Kurt Angle ended in a NO CONTEST -- Undertaker retains!

^ The first to sign up was Kurt Angle.

^ July 21, 1996 - International Incident: The Undertaker vs Goldust ended in a No Contest..

[38] .The second, at No Mercy, was a Biker Chain match between The Undertaker and Lesnar, which Lesnar won with the help of Vince McMahon.^ October 19, 2003 - No Mercy : Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker in a "Biker Chain" match with help from..

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ At No Mercy Undertaker would face Lesnar in a Biker Chain match, something that was personal to 'Taker being the biker he was.
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[39] .This match resulted in a feud with McMahon, culminating at Survivor Series where The Undertaker lost a Buried Alive match against McMahon when Kane interfered.^ WWE Survivor Series '03 (November 16) = The Undertaker lost a "Buried Alive" Match to Vince McMahon.

^ Hoping to end the feud and end Austin, Vince McMahon placed him in a Buried Alive match against the Undertaker at Rock Bottom.
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^ Instead he decided to have a Buried Alive match at Survivor Series, against the Vince McMahon himself!
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[39] .The Undertaker disappeared for some time following the match, with Kane claiming that he was "dead and buried forever."^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

^ Kane removes Undertaker's bandana symbolising the end of an era as the dirt pores in the grave burying Big Evil alive!
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^ Kane then slapped the Undertaker, but the Dead Man again refused to attack his family.

[40]

Return of the Deadman (2004–2007)

.In the storyline leading up to WrestleMania XX, Kane was haunted by vignettes proclaiming The Undertaker's return.^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

^ The Undertaker vanished and didn’t return for a few weeks, and came back and accepted his brother’s challenge at WrestleMania.
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.The first was during the Royal Rumble when The Undertaker's bells tolled, distracting Kane and allowing Booker T to eliminate him.^ Austin then illegally eliminated Hart in the Royal Rumble, and after Hart had eliminated him.
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^ Mysterio vs. Undertaker at Royal Rumble.
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^ At the '01 Royal Rumble, Austin interfered in the Helmsley-Angle World Title match, Stunning HHH to allow Angle to retain his belt.

[39] .At WrestleMania XX, The Undertaker, accompanied by Paul Bearer and in his "Deadman" persona, returned and defeated Kane.^ March 24, 1991 - Wrestlemania 7: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Jimmy Snuka..

^ It represents the original Deadman persona of the Undertaker.
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^ March 14, 2004 - Wrestlemania XX : The Undertaker (with Paul Bearer) returned using the DEADMAN gimmick and defeated Kane!

[41] .Three months later, Bearer was kidnapped by the Dudley Boyz at the direction of Paul Heyman,[42] who then took "control" of Undertaker.^ Near the end, the Undertaker Chokeslammed Kane, but then was clotheslined out of the ring by the Rock, who then took out Kane with the Rock Bottom.

^ During the night, the Undertaker's motorcycle was stolen by Hogan, who later destroyed it by hitting it with an 18-wheeler.

^ The Undertaker had the Ministry kidnap her, but Ken Shamrock was later able to find her, shaking, with an Undertaker symbol on her forehead.

[43] .At The Great American Bash The Undertaker fought a handicap match against the Dudleys, with the stipulation that if he lost, Heyman would bury Bearer in cement.^ Undertaker was scheduled to face the Dudleyz in a handicap match at the Great American Bash.
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^ August 25, 2002 - Summerslam : The Undertaker tombstoned Test and then waved the American Flag after the match..

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

.The Undertaker won but buried Bearer anyway, explaining that Bearer was merely a liability now and that he had no use for him anymore.^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ On top, the Undertaker won the fight, Chokeslamming Triple H to the ground below, then jumping off on top of him!

^ Mankind crawled out from under the dirt and tossed Undertaker into the grave and buried him ---- ALIVE!!!!!!

[41]
The Undertaker making his entrance during an episode of SmackDown!.
.After defeating the Dudley Boyz, The Undertaker began a feud by challenging then WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL) to a title match at SummerSlam, which The Undertaker lost by disqualification.^ John Cena also entered the event as John Bradshaw Layfield’s challenger to the WWE Championship.
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^ John Bradshaw Layfield defeated The Undertaker with help from the newly drafted Randy Orton!!!

^ The Undertaker defeated Cruiserweight Champion Gregory Helms in a Non-title match..

[41] .At No Mercy, The Undertaker and JBL competed in the first ever "Last Ride" match, although The Undertaker lost after Heidenreich interfered.^ October 3, 2004 - No Mercy : JBL defeated The Undertaker in a "Last Ride" match when John Heidenreich jumped out of the Hurse!

^ The Undertaker quickly took advantage, nailing Triple H with the Last Ride.

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

[41] .After a brief program with Heidenreich,[44] The Undertaker turned his focus to the WWE Championship once again.^ Bobby Lashley How the WWE Can Improve Monday Night Raw Monday Night Raw was once a great program that had kept me occupied every Monday of the year, now Monday Night Raw is boring and stale.

^ WWE Survivor Series '04 (November 14, '04) = The Undertaker defeated John Heidenreich.

^ It seemed Undertaker had one distraction after another, but finally he managed to set his sites on the WWE title once again.
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.Along with Eddie Guerrero and Booker T, he challenged JBL to a championship rematch at Armageddon in a Fatal Four-Way match, in which The Undertaker was unsuccessful, again due to Heidenreich's interference.^ JBL gives his victory speech, but is interrupted by Booker T, Eddie Guerrero & The Undertaker..

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ Later in the night Undertaker interfered in the Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan match for the Title, attacking the Game allowing Hogan to get the Leg Drop and win.
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[44] .The feud culminated in a Casket match between The Undertaker and Heidenreich at the Royal Rumble, where The Undertaker sealed Heidenreich in a casket for the victory.^ Taker and HBK would meet at the Royal Rumble in a casket match.
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^ January 30, 2005 - Royal Rumble : The Undertaker defeated John Heidenreich in a CASKET MATCH (Kane & Gene Snitsky interfered!

^ WWF Royal Rumble '97 = Austin was victorious in the Royal Rumble.

[44]
.Soon afterward, Randy Orton challenged The Undertaker to a match at WrestleMania 21, in a storyline where Orton claimed that he would end The Undertaker's WrestleMania winning streak.^ The Undertaker is currently on a 16-0 win streak at WrestleMania.
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^ This led up to Wrestlemania X-7, where Triple H looked to end the Undertaker's 8-match winning streak at the big event.

^ Orton seized this opportunity to challenge the Deadman to a match at 'Mania, confident he could end the Undertaker's winning streak.
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[45] Even with help from his father "Cowboy" Bob Orton, Randy failed, and The Undertaker improved his WrestleMania record to 13–0.[44] He returned for the June 16 episode of SmackDown! but lost to JBL, thanks to interference from Randy Orton.[46] .After The Great American Bash, The Undertaker became the number one contender to the World Heavyweight Championship, a position that JBL felt he should have.^ As well as this, the Undertaker had his hands full in the form of the number one contender for his Championship, the Rock.
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^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ WWF "One Night Only" (September 27, '97) = The Undertaker lost, via DQ, to Bret Hart, who retained the WWF World Title.

.As part of the feud, on the following SmackDown!, The Undertaker lost a number one contender match against JBL, once again due to interference from Orton.^ WWF Backlash '02 = Austin lost a #1 Contenders Match to the Undertaker.

^ Austin also threatened Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley, eventually earning a Number-One Contenders shot against Kane & the Undertaker, which he managed to win after interference from Rikishi distracted the Undertaker.

^ Now, it is one of steely hatred, of fire, of the seething contempt Vince has shown in his campaign against Steve Austin for the better part of a year ......
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[47] With this, The Undertaker resumed his feud with Orton. .At SummerSlam, Orton defeated The Undertaker in a WrestleMania rematch.^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ March 31, 1996 - Wrestlemania 12: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Diesel in a Grudge match..

^ August 17, 2008 - SummerSlam : The Undertaker defeated Edge in an incredible Hell in a Cell match in Indianapolis, Indiana..

[48] .The storyline intensified as the two taunted each other with caskets, leading to a casket match at No Mercy, in which The Undertaker lost to Randy and his father "Cowboy" Bob Orton.^ The Undertaker defeated Randy Orton w/Cowboy Bob Orton but not without its bizarre moments..

^ Cowboy Bob Orton came out to reason with the Undertaker and ask that he have mercy on his son..

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[48] .After the match, the Ortons poured gasoline on the casket and set it on fire.^ After the match, Randy Orton poured Gasoline all over the Casket and lit it on fire with The Undertaker trapped inside!!!!!!

^ The match was signed as a First Blood match, with the added stipulation that Kane would set himself on fire if he lost.

^ After the match, The Undertaker approached Vince McMahon and set the teddy bear on fire, bringing Vince to his knees!

.When the charred casket was opened, however, The Undertaker had once again vanished.^ Heidenreich hesitant to open the casket finally does, and out pops the Undertaker, sending Heidenreich to cower in the opposite side of the ring.
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^ John Heidenreich was spooked by a video of Undertaker opening a casket and seeing himself inside!

^ However this time it would be a match that would be the Undertaker's specialty over the years, a casket match!
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.He returned at the Survivor Series, emerging from a burning casket.^ At Survivor Series 1994, these two giants met again in another casket match.
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^ The two wrestlers faced off again at the '92 Survivor Series, this time in the first-ever "Casket" Match.

^ November 23, 1994 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a Casket Match..

[49] .The Undertaker returned to SmackDown! in early December to haunt Orton and set up a Hell in a Cell match at Armageddon.^ Looks like the match is set up for The Undertaker to win this match.
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^ H and the Undertaker was set up on SmackDown!
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^ December 18, 2005 - Armageddon : The Undertaker defeated Randy Orton w/Bob Orton in a Hell in a Cell match!

[50] .After winning the match,[49] Calaway took a short hiatus from wrestling.^ Triple H tried to outsmart Austin, choosing Flair, but Flair wanted the shot, and a great match took place later that night, with Helmsley barely winning.

^ Paul Bearer once again took posession of the urn which helped the The Undertaker recover and win the match!

^ Austin took the news with his usual flair, hitting a stunner on McMahon, then preparing for the match with a short feud with UFC star Ken Shamrock.

The Undertaker retaining his undefeated streak at WrestleMania 22.
.In early 2006 at the Royal Rumble, The Undertaker returned during Kurt Angle's celebration of his world title defense against Mark Henry on a horse drawn cart, signaling for a title shot.^ Mark Henry returned to SmackDown!

^ Undertaker defended his title against Kurt Angle, in one of his most controversial matches.
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^ At King of the Ring '99, the Rock got his title shot against the Undertaker.

.As part of their storyline feud, The Undertaker lost his match with Angle at No Way Out after a thirty minute bout.^ The match-up was pretty even until the Undertaker came in after around 10 minutes.

^ They defeated Haku and Rikishi in a brutal First Blood match, and met the Champions the Dudley Boyz, as well as Edge and Christian in a Tag Team Table match for the Titles at No Way Out.
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^ July 24, 2000 - RAW: Kurt Angle vs The Undertaker ended in a No Contest...

.Undertaker cornered Angle after the match, and after a stare down, told Angle that he had his number and that he was not finished with him yet.^ Later on, the Undertaker was battling Angle, having knocked him down.

^ The Undertaker dominated the match, until Angle was able to use a wrench on him.

^ Undertaker after the match and left him unconscious..

.The Undertaker had his No Way Out rematch for the World Heavyweight Championship against Angle on SmackDown! when Henry attacked The Undertaker from behind, costing him the title.^ Triple H defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Booker T, where Triple H was successful in retaining the title.
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^ WWE Backlash '07 (April 29) = The Undertaker retained the WWE Smackdown World Heavyweight Title, fighting to a Draw in a "Last Man Standing" Match against Batista.

^ Thirdly, The Undertaker entered in the event again putting his 15-0 WrestleMania streak up against the World Heavyweight Championship, which was held by Edge.
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.This began an angle between the duo, as The Undertaker then challenged Henry to a Casket match at WrestleMania 22, and Henry, like Orton a year before him, vowed to end Undertaker's WrestleMania winning streak.^ Looks like the match is set up for The Undertaker to win this match.
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^ The Undertaker was then rolled into the casket, ending the match.

^ The Undertaker continued his winning streak against Randy Orton.
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.The Undertaker defeated Henry to become 14-0 at WrestleMania, keeping his storyline undefeated streak alive.^ April 1, 2001 - Wrestlemania X-7: The Undertaker defeated Triple H to keep his undefeated streak alive after 10 appearances!

^ WWF Wrestlemania XIII (March 23, '97) = The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to become the WWF World Heavyweight Champion.

^ March 31, 1996 - Wrestlemania 12: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Diesel in a Grudge match..

.During a rematch on the next edition of SmackDown!, The Great Khali made his debut and assaulted The Undertaker, signaling the end of one storyline and the beginning of a new one.^ The Great Khali called out Undertaker.

^ Later on, the Undertaker scared Diesel by having Paul Bearer bring a casket to the ring during one of Diesel's matches.

^ The Undertaker had a rematch with Angle on the next Raw, but it turned out to be a set-up, as Angle, the Big Show, & Shane McMahon beat down the American Badass.

.The Undertaker was not heard from until the May 5 episode of SmackDown!, as Theodore Long delivered a challenge from The Undertaker to Khali for a match at Judgment Day.^ WWE Judgment Day '06 (May 21) = The Undertaker fell to the Great Khali.

^ The match-up was pretty even until the Undertaker came in after around 10 minutes.

^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

[51] .The Undertaker lost to Khali,[52][53] and he did not appear again until the July 4 edition of SmackDown!, when he accepted Khali's challenge to a Punjabi Prison match at The Great American Bash.^ Undertaker was scheduled to face the Dudleyz in a handicap match at the Great American Bash.
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^ The Great Khali called out Undertaker.

^ July 23, 2006 - Great American Bash : The Undertaker defeated The Big Show (sub for Great Khali) in a Punjabi Prison match..

[54] .Khali, however, was removed from the match and was replaced by ECW Champion The Big Show, over whom The Undertaker gained the victory.^ The Big Show defeated The Undertaker by TKO after a long grueling match..

^ Kane removes Undertaker's bandana symbolising the end of an era as the dirt pores in the grave burying Big Evil alive!
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^ Undertaker gets yet another gift from the Big Show, two boxes, the first contained a puppy..

.In the storyline, Teddy Long replaced Khali with Big Show as punishment for an attack on The Undertaker shortly before the match.^ The Big Show defeated The Undertaker by TKO after a long grueling match..

^ Later in the night Undertaker interfered in the Triple H vs. Hulk Hogan match for the Title, attacking the Game allowing Hogan to get the Leg Drop and win.
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^ But this was like no Undertaker we'd ever seen before; attired in street gear with a long leather coat and a bandanna and glasses, the Taker made a beeline for the ring.
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[52] .Khali was then challenged to a Last Man Standing match at SummerSlam after interfering in The Undertaker's match with World Heavyweight Champion King Booker.^ April 29, 2007 - Backlash : The Undertaker (World Champion) vs. Batista in a Last Man Standing match ended in a draw..

^ World Heavyweight Champion The Undertaker defeated Festus by Submission in a Non-title match..

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[55] .Khali refused the challenge for SummerSlam, though Long made the match official for the August 18 episode of SmackDown! instead.^ August 18, 2005 - Smackdown!

^ August 18, 2006 - SmackDown!

^ August 25, 2002 - Summerslam : The Undertaker tombstoned Test and then waved the American Flag after the match..

.The Undertaker won the match by striking Khali with the steel stairs, delivering several chair shots, and finishing him with a chokeslam.^ After the match: Edge & The Edgeheads attacked The Undertaker and took turns jabbing him with steel chair shots..

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ Undertaker after the match and left him unconscious..

[56]
Brothers of Destruction reunion
The Undertaker's next match was with WWE United States Champion Mr. Kennedy at No Mercy but was disqualified in the match after he hit Kennedy with the championship belt.[57] On the November 3 edition of SmackDown!, The Undertaker reunited with Kane to form the Brothers of Destruction for the first time in five years, defeating the reluctant opposition team of Mr. Kennedy and MVP, with whom Kane was feuding with at the time.[58] .As part of the storyline, Kennedy defeated The Undertaker in a First Blood match at Survivor Series after interference from MVP,[57] but finally defeated Kennedy in a Last Ride match at Armageddon.^ November 26, 2006 - Survivor Series : Mr. Ken Kennedy defeated The Undertaker in a First Blood match with help from MVP...

^ November 23, 1994 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a Casket Match..

^ WWE Armageddon '06 (December 17) = The Undertaker won a "Last Ride" Match over Ken Kennedy.

[57] .The two continued to feud into 2007 as Kennedy cost The Undertaker two World Heavyweight Championship opportunities for a championship match at the Royal Rumble.^ The two continued to feud, with the Undertaker and Kane fighting occassionally as well.

^ A WWF Championship match was made between the two monsters at the 1994 Royal Rumble.
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^ Hogan was a 12 time Heavyweight Champion and two time Royal Rumble Champion.
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World Heavyweight Champion (2007–2008)

.The Undertaker won his first Royal Rumble match at the 2007 event,[60] becoming the first man to enter the Rumble at number 30 and win the match.^ The Undertaker The Undertaker entered this match at #30.
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^ WWE Royal Rumble '07 (January 28) = The Undertaker won the Royal Rumble Match.

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[61] .He then began a storyline with Batista, whom he defeated at WrestleMania 23 to win his first World Heavyweight Championship.^ April 1, 2007 - Wrestlemania 23 : The Undertaker defeated Batista to capture the World Heavyweight title...

^ Edge had scouted many of The Undertakers signature moves, but when it all came to an end, it was again The Undertaker able to put away Edge, extend his WrestleMania streak to 16 (where it stands now), and regain the World Heavyweight Championship.
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^ March 23, 1997 - Wrestlemania 13 : The Undertaker defeated Sycho Sid to win the WWF World Heavyweight title!

.At Backlash in a Last Man Standing match, they had a rematch that ended in a draw when neither man was able to answer the ten-count, resulting in The Undertaker retaining the Championship.^ April 29, 2007 - Backlash: The Undertaker vs. Batista in a Last Man Standing match ended in a draw..
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^ April 29, 2007 - Backlash : The Undertaker (World Champion) vs. Batista in a Last Man Standing match ended in a draw..

^ WWE Backlash '07 (April 29) = The Undertaker retained the WWE Smackdown World Heavyweight Title, fighting to a Draw in a "Last Man Standing" Match against Batista.

.On the May 11 episode of SmackDown!, The Undertaker and Batista participated in a steel cage match that ended in a draw when both men's feet touched the floor at the same time.^ May 11, 2007 - SmackDown: The Undertaker vs. Batista in a Steel Cage match ended in a draw..
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^ The Undertaker vs. Batista in a Steel Cage for the World Heavyweight title ended in a draw!

^ May 11, 2007 - SmackDown!

.After the match, Mark Henry returned and assaulted The Undertaker.^ Mark Henry returned to SmackDown!

^ Mark Henry made his return and attacked The Undertaker after the match and left him unconcious..
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^ The Undertaker returned the favor on Smackdown, interfering during Triple H's #1 Contender Match with Chris Jericho to help Jericho win.

.Immediately after the assault, Edge cashed in his Money in the Bank title shot, and The Undertaker dropped the World Heavyweight Championship to Edge.^ RAW's Edge showed up and cashed in his Money in the Bank to challenge the Undertaker..
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^ RAW's Edge showed up and cashed in his Money in the Bank and defeated The Undertaker to win the World Heavywieght title!

^ Edge defeated The Undertaker to win the World Heavywieght title..
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.As The Undertaker laid in the ring, druids appeared and carried him to the backstage area.^ The trio beat down the Undertaker and left him laid out in the ring.

^ The following week JBL tried mocking the Undertaker, although their appeared no method to this madness, he brought a midget Undertaker to the ring and was about to Tombstone him, when the real 6'10 Undertaker made his way to the ring.
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^ Randy Orton defeated Chris Benoit with help from Orlando Jordan and an RKO! ~~~After the match, the lights went out and Undertaker appeared in the ring and chokeslammed Randy Orton!

The Undertaker, after defeating Edge at WrestleMania XXIV.
.During Calaway's rehabilitation, Henry quickly defeated local jobbers and bragged about his assault on Undertaker, until vignettes began playing promoting The Undertaker's return.^ November 16, 2003 - Survivor Series : Vince McMahon defeated The Undertaker in a "Buried Alive" match with help from KANE! World Wrestling Entertainment - BONG! Return of the Phenom vs Kane : January 25, 2004 - Royal Rumble : The Undertaker BONG played over the speaker during the Rumble leading to Kane's elimination!

^ The Undertaker returned the favor on Smackdown, interfering during Triple H's #1 Contender Match with Chris Jericho to help Jericho win.

^ Randy Orton bragged about RKOing The Undertaker last week only to have the Undertaker show up!

.The Undertaker returned at Unforgiven, successfully defeating Henry and again on SmackDown! two weeks later.^ Mark Henry returned to SmackDown!

^ Undertaker returns to Smackdown!

^ The Undertaker vanished and didn’t return for a few weeks, and came back and accepted his brother’s challenge at WrestleMania.
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[62] .Batista and The Undertaker reignited their feud at Cyber Sunday where the fans chose the special guest referee Stone Cold Steve Austin, but Batista retained the world title.^ Steve Austin was the special referee.

^ Steve Austin defeated Undertaker by DQ..

^ Finally a special guest referee was chosen, none other than “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.
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[63] .They battled again inside a Hell in a Cell at Survivor Series where Edge returned and interfered to help Batista retain the World Heavyweight Championship.^ November 18, 2007 - Survivor Series : Batista beat The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match to retain the World Heavyweight title..

^ At the '01 Royal Rumble, Austin interfered in the Helmsley-Angle World Title match, Stunning HHH to allow Angle to retain his belt.

^ The Brothers of Destruction showed their true potential soon enough, as they were able to avoid interference from the Power Trip and defeated Edge & Christian for the WWF World Tag-Team Titles on Raw in the middle of April '01.

[64] .In response to this, The Undertaker delivered a Tombstone piledriver to General Manager Vickie Guerrero, on the next SmackDown!, sending her to the hospital.^ Hell in a Cell (The Road to SummerSlam) : Summer 2008: When the marriage of Edge & Vickie Guerrero started to crumble, Vickie (General Manager) reinstated the Undertaker!

^ But despite the double-team, the Undertaker was just too strong, throwing Arn from the ring, then Tombstone Piledriving Flair for the 3 count.

^ Vickie Guerrero booked her "husband" in a Hell in a Cell match with the legendary Undertaker, to take place at SummerSlam.

.Returning Assistant-General Manager Theodore Long declared a Triple Threat match for the title at Armageddon, which Edge won.^ Theodore Long finally QUIT the position of Assistant to General Manager Vickie Guerrero!

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit in a Triple Threat on his first night their, earning a shot at Lesnar's Title at Unforgiven.
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At No Way Out, The Undertaker defeated Batista, Finlay, The Great Khali, Montel Vontavious Porter, and Big Daddy V in an Elimination Chamber, to become the number one contender for Edge's World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXIV. .He defeated Edge at WrestleMania with his "Hell's Gate" submission hold, to win his second World Heavyweight Championship and elevate his undefeated streak at WrestleMania to 16–0.[65] In a WrestleMania rematch, The Undertaker defeated Edge once again at Backlash to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.^ Edge defeated The Undertaker to win the World Heavywieght title..
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^ December 16, 2007 - Armageddon : Edge defeated Batista (c) and The Undertaker in a 3-WAY to win the World Heavyweight title!

^ When the dust settled, it was The Undertaker who was able to extend the streak to 15 and win the World Heavyweight Championship.
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[66] .Vickie Guerrero announced that The Undertaker's "Hell's Gate" was an illegal hold and stripped him of the title.^ Vickie Guerrero claimed that the choke-hold Undertaker used against Edge was illegal so she had no choice to strip him..

^ The Undertaker nailed Kane with a chair shot, to keep him from winning the title, then caught Shane McMahon on the turnbuckle and Chokeslammed him through a table.

^ Hell in a Cell (The Road to SummerSlam) : Summer 2008: When the marriage of Edge & Vickie Guerrero started to crumble, Vickie (General Manager) reinstated the Undertaker!

.The Undertaker battled Edge for the vacant title at Judgment Day, which he won by countout.^ WWE Judgment Day '08 (May 18) = The Undertaker won, via Countout, over Edge.

^ May 18, 2008 - Judgment Day : The Undertaker defeated Edge by Countout in a match for the vacant World Heavyweight title..

^ Austin also continued to feud with Kane & the Undertaker, leading up to Judgment Day '98, where he played the 'impartial' referee.

.Vickie ordered that the title remain vacant, because titles cannot change hands in this way.^ G.M. Vickie Guerrero ruled that the World Heavyweight title was still vacant because titles cannot change on a countout!

^ The title remained vacant.
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^ The World Heavyweight Title was on the line in the match, but since the Undertaker won via countout, Smackdown GM Vickie Guerrero ruled that the belt was still vacant.

.Edge and The Undertaker faced each other again for the vacant championship at One Night Stand in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, which The Undertaker lost after interference from La Familia.^ June 1, 2008 - One Night Stand : Edge defeated The Undertaker in a TLC match to win the vacant World Heavyweight title..

^ WWE One Night Stand '08 (June 1) = The Undertaker lost a "Tables, Ladders, & Chairs" Match to Edge, who won the vacated World Title.

^ Edge invited The Undertaker to the Cutting Edge to hype their TLC match at One Night Stand..

As a result of the stipulation, Undertaker was banished from WWE.

Various rivalries (2008–2009)

The Undertaker, after defeating Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXV.
.On the July 25, 2008 episode of SmackDown!, Vickie Guerrero announced that Edge would face The Undertaker at SummerSlam in a Hell in a Cell match,[67] which The Undertaker won.^ August 17, 2008 - SummerSlam : The Undertaker defeated Edge in an incredible Hell in a Cell match in Indianapolis, Indiana..

^ Hell in a Cell (The Road to SummerSlam) : Summer 2008: When the marriage of Edge & Vickie Guerrero started to crumble, Vickie (General Manager) reinstated the Undertaker!

^ Vickie Guerrero booked her "husband" in a Hell in a Cell match with the legendary Undertaker, to take place at SummerSlam.

.After the match, The Undertaker chokeslammed Edge from the top of a ladder and through the ring canvas.^ The Undertaker nailed Kane with a chair shot, to keep him from winning the title, then caught Shane McMahon on the turnbuckle and Chokeslammed him through a table.

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

^ August 17, 2008 - SummerSlam : The Undertaker defeated Edge in an incredible Hell in a Cell match in Indianapolis, Indiana..

[68] .Following this match, Guerrero tried to make a peace offering with The Undertaker on SmackDown by apologizing, but The Undertaker told her that he is not the forgiving kind.^ November 8, 2001 - Smackdown : The Undertaker deafeated Stone Cold & Kurt Angle in a handicap match..

^ Vickie Guerrero booked her "husband" in a Hell in a Cell match with the legendary Undertaker, to take place at SummerSlam.

^ The Undertaker returned the favor on Smackdown, interfering during Triple H's #1 Contender Match with Chris Jericho to help Jericho win.

.At Unforgiven, as The Undertaker approached the ring to "take Guerrero's soul" and take her in a casket, the Big Show, who appeared at first to aid the Undertaker, betrayed and assaulted him.^ The lights went out on Big Show, who wisely jumped out of the ring before Undertaker appeared..

^ The Undertaker defeated Chavo Guerrero in a Casket Match despite interference from Big Show!

^ Undertaker & Big Show fought on the ring apron.

[69] .As a result of this altercation, The Undertaker and Big Show faced each other in a match at No Mercy, where the Big Show knocked The Undertaker out with a punch to the back of The Undertaker's head.^ Edge was on Big Shows back.
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^ The Big Show defeated The Undertaker by TKO after a long grueling match..

^ October 5, 2008 - No Mercy : The Big Show defeated The Undertaker by referee stoppage after 3 punches to the back of the head!

[70] .At Cyber Sunday, The Undertaker defeated the Big Show in a Last Man Standing match after applying Hell's Gate.^ WWF Unforgiven '98 (April 26) = The Undertaker defeated Kane in an "Inferno" match.

^ March 31, 1996 - Wrestlemania 12: The Undertaker w/Paul Bearer defeated Diesel in a Grudge match..

^ WWF Armageddon '00 (December 10) = The Undertaker was beaten in a "Hell In A Cell" match by World Champ Kurt Angle.

[71] .The Undertaker then went on to defeat the Big Show at Survivor Series in a casket match, to end the feud.^ The Undertaker was then rolled into the casket, ending the match.

^ November 23, 1994 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Yokozuna in a Casket Match..

^ Big Show -- Undertaker ends up defeating A-Train..

[72]
.At No Way Out The Undertaker was part of the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber match, which was won by Triple H. He then became embroiled in a long time feud with Shawn Michaels over his WrestleMania undefeated streak and the fact that The Undertaker had never defeated Michaels in a singles match previously.^ Shawn Michaels comes out in an anti-Undertaker entrance.
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^ The Rumble was later won by Shawn Michaels.

^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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.The feud culminated in a match at WrestleMania XXV which The Undertaker won to extend his WrestleMania streak to a perfect record of 17–0.[73] After WrestleMania, he took a hiatus.^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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^ April 5, 2009--WrestleMania 25 : The Undertaker defeated Shawn Michaels in the match of the year to extend his streak to 17-0....

^ WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = The Undertaker lost a "No Disqualification Triple Threat" Match to Edge, who won the World Title.

Third World Heavyweight Championship reign (2009–2010)

Undertaker in his third reign as World Heavyweight Champion.
.After a four month absence, The Undertaker returned at SummerSlam in August by attacking CM Punk, who had just won the World Heavyweight Championship from Jeff Hardy in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match.^ After the match, the Undertaker returned to the ring and raised Jeff Hardy's arm as a show of respect..

^ WWF Summerslam '95 (August 27) = The Undertaker won a "Casket" match over Kama.

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[74] .At Breaking Point, The Undertaker faced Punk in a submission match.^ The Undertaker faced Goldust in a "Casket" Match at Beware of Dog II in May '96 (with the match being replayed due to technical problems with the first Beware of Dog).

^ The Undertaker and the Warrior met in several matches, but never faced off in a definitive challenge on a major card to conclude their feud.

^ Late in the match, the Undertaker, in a fury, put his foe in the Ankle Lock, threatening to break Angle's leg!

.The Undertaker had originally won the match with his Hell's Gate submission hold, but the match was restarted by SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long, who ruled that the ban placed on the move by Vickie Guerrero was still in effect.^ Vickie Guerrero booked her "husband" in a Hell in a Cell match with the legendary Undertaker, to take place at SummerSlam.

^ Still 'Taker won the match.
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^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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Punk went on to win the match with his Anaconda Vise when referee Scott Armstrong called for the bell, despite Undertaker never submitting (reminiscent of the Montreal Screwjob, which took place in the same venue in 1997).[75] .On the September 25 episode of SmackDown, Theodore Long announced that the ban had now been officially lifted, after being released from a casket that The Undertaker had apparently placed him in.^ They both set up for power-bombs but when Undertaker lifted Finlay, Batista shoved Booker into Taker knocking him over!

^ The Undertaker faced Goldust in a "Casket" Match at Beware of Dog II in May '96 (with the match being replayed due to technical problems with the first Beware of Dog).

^ This being the Undertaker's favorite match, Kama basically had no chance, even with DiBiase's help, as the Dead Man caught him with a Chokeslam & a Tombstone Piledriver, then rolled him into the casket for the victory.

[76] .The feud between the two continued and at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, The Undertaker won the World Heavyweight Championship from Punk in a Hell in a Cell match.^ The two continued to feud, with the Undertaker and Kane fighting occassionally as well.

^ After the match, Undertaker announced a Hell in a Cell match at Armageddon!

^ This lead to a match at SummerSlam in which Undertaker won.
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[77] .The Undertaker went on to successfully defend the title against CM Punk in a rematch on SmackDown, in a fatal four way match at Bragging Rights, and in a triple threat match at Survivor Series.^ Undertaker defended his title against Kurt Angle, in one of his most controversial matches.
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^ This caused some problems between Helmsley & Austin, but it was pushed aside, as Austin had to next defend the belt against the Undertaker.

^ After Hart won the WWF Championship at Final Four In Your House, he defended it against Sycho Sid the following night on Raw.
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[78][79] .He faced Batista at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs for the championship, and won when the match was restarted by Long, after Batista had originally won after utilising a low blow.^ RVD later won the match, which was followed by Austin chasing Long back to ringside and stunning him.

^ Commissioner Regal turned the tables on Austin, though, making the bout a World Championship Match.

^ First Shawn Michaels won the Royal Rumble earning a WWF Championship match against Diesel (the then WWF Champion).
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[80] .He later retained the championship against Rey Mysterio at the Royal Rumble in January 2010.[81] At the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, a pyrotechnics malfunction momentarily engulfed The Undertaker in flames during his ring entrance.^ At the '96 Royal Rumble, the Undertaker got his shot against the champion.

^ January 19, 1997 - Royal Rumble: Vader defeated The Undertaker..

^ January 21, 2001 - Royal Rumble: The Undertaker entered at #25 but was eliminated by Rikishi..

.He was able to continue with his scheduled match, with a burn on his chest that "looked like a bad sunburn" according to a WWE spokeman.^ Looks like the match is set up for The Undertaker to win this match.
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^ Despite this set-back, the Undertaker continued to gain momentum, as it seemed like, in a normal match, nobody could stand up to him.

^ Things continued to look bad for Austin, as the King of the Ring grew near.

[82] .He lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Chris Jericho after interference from Shawn Michaels.^ At the end of the night, Shawn Michaels challenged Triple H for the Raw World Title.

^ Undertaker also still had unfinished business with Shawn Michaels and the WWF Championship.
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^ The Undertaker returned the favor on Smackdown, interfering during Triple H's #1 Contender Match with Chris Jericho to help Jericho win.

[83]

Other media

Calaway appeared in the 1991 film Suburban Commando.[84] He also appeared on episodes of Poltergeist: The Legacy[85] and Celebrity Deathmatch in 1999.
A number of spin-offs have covered The Undertaker's character. Chaos! Comics released an Undertaker comic.[86] .In 2005, Pocket Books released a novel, Journey into Darkness: An Unauthorized History of Kane, which dealt largely with Kane but also featured Undertaker as his brother, although they are not related in real life.^ The Undertaker also began siding with his brother, Kane, again, as the Brothers of Destruction teamed up against Paul Wight, Austin, and other wrestlers.

^ Austin brawled with both brothers at one time or another going into Summerslam '98, where he took on the Undertaker with the title on the line.

^ They both set up for power-bombs but when Undertaker lifted Finlay, Batista shoved Booker into Taker knocking him over!

[87]
.The Undertaker character was present in the Hindi movie Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi as a villain, played by Brian Lee (who played the 'fake Undertaker' in the WWF).^ WWF Calloway began wrestling at various house shows under the name "Kane the Undertaker", as he began to develop his new character's nuances in front of live crowds.

^ WWF "One Night Only" (September 27, '97) = The Undertaker lost, via DQ, to Bret Hart, who retained the WWF World Title.

^ DiBiase's Undertaker appeared first (portrayed by Brian Lee), and did seem to be the real deal.

.He was dressed in the western mortician attire adopted by the Undertaker from 1990 to 1993, and used the Tombstone Piledriver as a finishing move in the film.^ But despite the double-team, the Undertaker was just too strong, throwing Arn from the ring, then Tombstone Piledriving Flair for the 3 count.

^ With the referee down, Flair later slid a steel chair into the ring, and the Undertaker used it, Tombstoning Hogan headfirst into it.

^ Thanks in part to Bearer's interference, the Undertaker got the Tombstone to move on to the next round, where he faced the Rock.

.On November 6, it was announced that the Undertaker will be in his own feature film that will focus on his origin and more about his powers.^ With Paul Bearer back on his side, the Undertaker seemed more demonic than ever, bragging about how he burned Kane because he was weak.

^ Wags from here to Stamford, Connecticut are saying WWE films is developing an Undertaker origin movie .
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^ More Tags: Maggie Grace , Origins , Ray Stevenson , The Undertaker , Treat Williams , Wrestling , WWE .
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It will also star Calaway himself.[88]

Personal life

The Undertaker making his entrance on Raw's 800th episode celebration
.He graduated from Waltrip High School in 1983, where he was a member of the basketball team.^ Growing up in Houston, he attended Waltrip High School where he played for the school basketball team and graduated in 1983.
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[89] .Calaway first married Jodi Lynn in 1989, and they had a son, Gunner, born in 1993, before the marriage ended in 1999.Calaway met his second wife,Sara, at a WWF autograph signing in San Diego, California.^ Two matches of note, first The Undertaker and Kane met in the second brother vs. WrestleMania.
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^ At this point Undertaker took some time off due to nagging injuries and to be there for the birth of his second child with his wife Sara.
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^ Taker had the tattoo done after marrying his wife Sara to symbolize his love for her.
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[citation needed] He eventually married her in a ceremony in St. Petersburg, Florida on July 21, 2000. Mark and Sara have two daughters together: Chasey, (born on November 21, 2002) and Gracie (born on May 15, 2005).
.As a wedding gift, Calaway had his wife's name tattooed onto his throat, and has said that it was most painful tattoo he has ever had.^ If involving Taker's wife wasn't enough, Lesnar and Heyman introduced a new women onto the scene named Tracy.
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.Undertaker has several other tattoos: a gravedigger, which he refers to as "Original Deadman", skulls, a castle, and a wizard.^ It represents the original Deadman persona of the Undertaker.
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^ Original Deadman This tattoo is called the "Original Deadman" for the fact it was one of the first tattoos Undertaker got, if not the first.
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^ Representing a wizard following a mythical theme, other than that nothing is known about this tattoo.
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.When talking about his body art, he has said that there is kind of a medieval thing going-on on his arms.^ Undertaker went onto talk about how his body wouldn't hold up forever and maybe it was time to....but before Undertaker could finish Big Show came out rather shocked by what the Undertaker said.
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^ Going into March '06, Austin did an interview on WWE.com, where he talked about many of the great Texas wrestlers that he had seen.

He also has a dancing skeleton on the back of his neck and has a tattoo on his stomach that says BSK Pride.[90]
Aside from wrestling, Calaway has many hobbies and interests. .He collects Harley-Davidson and West Coast Choppers motorcycles and purchased his first brand new motorcycle after defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship at the 1991 Survivor Series.^ November 27, 1991 - Survivor Series: The Undertaker defeated Hulk Hogan to win the WWF Heavyweight title!

^ He didn't officially appear, though, on WWF television until November '90, at the '90 Survivor Series.

^ Hulkamania had fallen and from its ashes, the Undertaker rose to claim his first WWF Championship.
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Calaway has also had a custom motorcycle built for him by Jesse James, the founder of West Coast Choppers. He is a massive fan of Nick Cave and all his musical endeavors (The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds). He also enjoys listening to bands like ZZ Top, AC/DC, Kiss, Black Sabbath, Guns N' Roses, Metallica, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Black Label Society. Other favorite music genres include country and blues. As an avid boxing fan, Calaway was also the person who carried the Flag of the United States while leading Team Pacquiao to the ring during the Pacquiao vs. Velázquez fight in 2005.[91] This was also confirmed by fellow wrestler Batista in a televised interview for the Philippine news program TV Patrol World. Calaway is also an avid mixed martial arts fan and has attended several Ultimate Fighting Championship shows.
.As The Undertaker had been absent from the WWE due to his 2007 arm injury, Calaway began getting into real estate with his partner Scott Everhart.^ Mark Calaway, best known as the professional wrestler and WWE Superstar known as the Undertaker was born in Houston, Texas on 24, March 1965 into the family of his mother and father, Frank and Catherine Calaway and four brothers.
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^ As Raw came around, Austin was shown with an arm injury due to the match against Jericho.

^ Closing the door on A-Train, Undertaker was given a chance to become the WWE Champion for the 5th time, by being put into a Triple Threat No.
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Calaway and Everhart finished construction on a $2.7m building in Loveland, Colorado. The building, filled with upscale office space, is named "The Calahart", a portmanteau of their last names. .Calaway has said that being a television star certainly helps him in the real estate business, and he was quoted saying "by no means does it seal the deal, but people do want to sit down and talk with you.^ WCW Commissioner Regal approached Van Dam and told him to apologize to Austin, but RVD refused, saying that he was on no one's side but his own.

^ This being the Undertaker's favorite match, Kama basically had no chance, even with DiBiase's help, as the Dead Man caught him with a Chokeslam & a Tombstone Piledriver, then rolled him into the casket for the victory.

^ While Flair was trying to help the President, Hogan managed to use the chair to knock down the Undertaker and roll him up for the pin, apparently regaining the championship.

It helps us get to meet a lot of people and know what we’re trying to get accomplished."[92] Calaway and his wife, Sara established The Zeus Compton Calaway Save the Animals fund at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences to help pay for lifesaving treatments for large-breed dogs.[93]

In wrestling

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The Undertaker about to perform the Tombstone piledriver on Ric Flair at WrestleMania X8.

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The Undertaker performs Old School (an arm twist ropewalk chop) on Heidenreich.

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The Undertaker locks Edge in the Hell's Gate.

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The Undertaker prepares to legdrop Edge.

Championships and accomplishments

  • The Mirror ranked The Undertaker's Wrestlemania undefeated streak as the 7th greatest winning streak in sports, and it was the only ranked streak from professional wrestling.[112]
1 ^ Won during The Invasion.
2 ^ The Undertaker's fourth reign was as WWE Undisputed Champion.

WrestleMania record

WrestleMania Year Wrestler Notes
VII 1991 Jimmy Snuka [12]
VIII 1992 Jake Roberts [12]
IX 1993 Giant González Won via disqualification[12]
XI 1995 King Kong Bundy [15]
XII 1996 Diesel [12]
13 1997 Sycho Sid For the WWF Championship in a No Disqualification match[18]
XIV 1998 Kane [19]
XV 1999 The Big Boss Man Hell in a Cell match[113]
X-Seven 2001 Triple H [12]
X8 2002 Ric Flair No Disqualification match[12]
XIX 2003 The Big Show and A-Train Handicap match[12]
XX 2004 Kane [41]
21 2005 Randy Orton [44]
22 2006 Mark Henry Casket match[12]
23 2007 Batista For the World Heavyweight Championship[114]
XXIV 2008 Edge For the World Heavyweight Championship[65]
XXV 2009 Shawn Michaels [12]

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