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Also known as Kane The Undertaker, Commando, Mark Callous, Mean Mark Callous, Mean Mark, Master Of Pain, Punisher, Punisher Dice Morgan, Texas Red

Current gimmick: Undertaker
Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment (Main Roster)
Age: 50 years
Birthplace: Houston, Texas, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 10" (208 cm)
Weight: 299 lbs (136 kg)
Marital partner: Michelle McCool
Relatives in wrestling: Brian Lee (Cousin), Don Harris (Cousin), Ron Harris (Cousin), Sara (Ex-Frau)
Background in sports: Basketball
Alter egos: Commando
Mark Callous
    a.k.a.  Mean Mark Callous
    a.k.a.  Mean Mark
Master Of Pain
    a.k.a.  Punisher Dice Morgan
Texas Red
    a.k.a.  Kane The Undertaker
Roles: Singles Wrestler (1986 - today)
Tag Team Wrestler
Beginning of in-ring career: 1984
Wrestling style: Brawler, Powerhouse
Trainer: Don Jardine
Nickname(s): "Last Outlaw", "Deadman", "Phenom", "Lord Of Darkness", "American Bad Ass", "Demon of Death Valley", "Big Evil"
Trademark holds: Tombstone, Chokeslam, Last Ride, Old School Rope Walk, Hell's Gate, Snake Eyes
Commando (Independent, 1988) The Punisher (USWA, 1989) Mean Mark Callous (NWA, 1990) The Undertaker (WWF, 1991) The Undertaker (WWF, 1992) The Undertaker (WWF, 1993) The Undertaker (WWF, 1994) The Undertaker (WWF, 1995) The Undertaker (WWF, 1996) The Undertaker (WWF, 1997) The Undertaker (WWF, 1998) The Undertaker (WWF, 1999) The Undertaker (WWF, 2000) The Undertaker (WWF, 2001) The Undertaker (WWE, 2002) The Undertaker (WWE, 2003) The Undertaker (WWE, 2004) The Undertaker (WWE, 2005) The Undertaker (WWE, 2006) The Undertaker (WWE, 2007) The Undertaker (WWE, 2008) The Undertaker (WWE, 2009) The Undertaker (WWE, 2010) The Undertaker (WWE, 2011) The Undertaker (WWE, 2012) The Undertaker (WWE, 2013) The Undertaker (WWE, 2014) The Undertaker (WWE, 2015)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
taabr2 wrote on 01.02.2016:
[10.0] "I don't like Undertaker but he took a really dumb idea for a gimmick "redneck zombie" and was able to play the role so convincingly that he turned it into one of the greatest gimmicks of all time."
Harlequin wrote on 11.01.2016:
[10.0] "The king of psychology. Phenom couldn't be a more fitting calling for this guy. He goes beyond what wrestlers of his size should be capable of, and tells a story to back it up. You can call his character corny, but his work transcends all expectations that no one would be bothered to call him anything but the Deadman of the wrestling world. A fundamental brick in the pro wrestling pavement."
smark calaway wrote on 14.12.2015:
[9.0] "One of the greatest performers and storytellers in the history of the business. What's interesting is that Taker's mastery of the gimmick was often able to mask mediocre in-ring performances - he's always had a certain presence that was captivating. American Badass was a low point but he managed to turn things around and pull out some of the best performances of his career during the mid to late 2000s. It's unfortunate that he was concussed for the Streak match with Lesnar, but perhaps the lackluster match only added to the disbelief when Lesnar actually got the pin. All in all an incredible asset to WWE for decades and one of the most memorable athletes in this industry."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 11.12.2015:
[10.0] "One of my all-time favorite wrestlers and gimmicks, certainly one of the best-ever big-man wrestlers and arguably WWE's best-ever big-match player. Not only a great power wrestler, 'Taker also always had an uncanny agility level for his size, and always knew exactly when to use those skills for maximum effect in a match. Has had many incredible matches and rivalries over the course of a quarter-century run, and has been able to consistently reinvent his persona to stay relevant. Achieved a level of mystique such that he was essentially beyond the card structure, being an attraction all his own, and never really needed championships. Later in his career this had reached the point that simply being in a match with him was a major accomplishment for his opponent. I will say that he may well have stuck around a bit too long at this point - I'd argue that he should have retired after WrestleMania XXVIII, streak intact with an even 20-0 and before his physical condition deteriorated quite so much - and that I was never a fan of his "BikerTaker" era, but that doesn't change his overall status as one of the all-time greats."
Dr Middy wrote on 27.11.2015:
[10.0] "Easily one of the greatest, if not THE greatest big man in the history of the company. Undertaker took what would look like a silly gimmick on paper, and turned it into the greatest character in WWE history. Even now, 25 years since his debut, his character still generates an unmistakable buzz in the crowd, and an aura which few can match. I can't even begin to name all the matches he has been in that I love, but the list is extensive and for good reason. One of my favorite wrestlers ever."
aleyuma wrote on 22.11.2015:
[10.0] "I just want to say that "ProveMeWrong" is a complete idiot and you should not give any importance to what he wrote"
ShooterMcShoot wrote on 06.11.2015:
[10.0] "Undertaker is a guy who was very special to the wrestling business. It's doubtful we'll ever see a performer quite like him again that carries such an aura and mystique about him. When he finally retires completely, it's really got to sink in at that point that the era of wrestling where a worker can command a certain presence will be over. Fans won't accept anything quite like this character ever again."
jacobphillips wrote on 13.09.2015:
[10.0] "one of the best, a true legend. superb in ring ability coupled with excellent character portrayal makes for one of the best wrestlers of all time"
MatteoMerdok wrote on 31.08.2015:
[7.0] "Quite possibly the very best big man that the United States of America has ever had. That being said, the reason I can't give him higher than a 7 is because of the limitations I see in him. Overall as a wrestler, he's a brawler with a couple of big slams and one driver in his arsenal. (sure he walks on the ropes and dives on special occasions... but he's limited) As a promo, he was always mediocre to good depending on if he was having a good night, hence Paul Bearer being a big part of his early success."
miguelsalo wrote on 30.08.2015:
[9.0] "Undertaker eine Legende meiner Kindheit immer überzeugt damals als kleiner scheißer schon immer Fan gewesen heutzutage immernoch nie wirklich ultra krass im Ring gewesen aber alleine seine Anwesenheit ist göttlich!"

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 1700
Number of comments: 880
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Average Rating: 9.56
Average in 2016: 9.84
Average in 2015: 9.61
Average in 2014: 9.44
Average in 2013: 9.35
Average in 2012: 9.74
Average in 2011: 9.35
Average in 2010: 9.44
Average in 2009: 9.32
Average in 2008: 9.63
Average in 2007: 9.71

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