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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: 51 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) The Undertaker (WWE, 2016)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
AMHTP wrote on 22.06.2016:
[9.0] "The Undertaker is perhaps the most iconic professional wrestler in history -- a man who can't be matched for longevity, legacy, dedication or mystique. He transcends description in terms of moveset and workrate and gimmick -- any other man playing the same character would have been a joke, but in Undertaker's hands it became one of the greatest of all time. As ridiculous as it is to boil him down to fundamentals, though, Taker is still fantastic when you look at him piece by piece. He's a true ring general, and one of the most athletically-skilled big men of all time. He's a world-class brawler whose legitimacy as a badass can't possibly be questioned. He injects a darkness and intensity into his storylines which never fails to captivate the audience, and he's tough enough to wrestle even after receiving hideous pyro burns. What else is there to say? The only reason he doesn't receive a ten here is that I reserve such a ranking for near-perfect wrestlers, and Undertaker's career has had a few black spots. He hasn't always been such a good in-ring hand, and some of his earlier matches are difficult to watch. Age hasn't been his friend either, though it took him remarkably long to show any signs of deterioration. All of that said, he's a titan among ants, and will always be remembered as an all-time legend."
Son Edo wrote on 18.06.2016:
[10.0] "To me, he is the greatest. He's been through each era, Golden, New Generation, Attitude, Ruthless Aggression, PG and the current New Era. The streak is the biggest accolade in WWE history. His longevity surpasses Hogan's and Austin's legacy. But most of all, he made it all work with an outrageous character."
SmoothS wrote on 17.06.2016:
[10.0] "Everything needed to be a pro wrestling legend The Undertaker has: Classic matches, Classic rivalries, Records, Longevity, Originality, Championship success & on top of that he is the single greatest gimmick wrestler in pro wrestling history. The words "Legend" or "Legendary" are understatements with this individual. He had already reached Legend status by the end of the 1990's and everything he has done since has done nothing but further add to & as a result built up a giant legacy that will forever stand tall over the test of time."
Eydaxor wrote on 28.05.2016:
[10.0] "What to say. This is my favorite wrestler. I love his style of fighting, His entrance ... For me it's a WWE Legend."
Mizzle Assault Ant wrote on 09.05.2016:
[10.0] "I think calling Taker the best of all time is a big stretch, but still I have to give him a 10 because I do love watching him almost all the time. I dig the slightly goofy character and am impressed by how well the man behind it has presented it all these years. Enjoyed Biker-Taker era as well, and his longevity is impressive. I do have to say I wish he would retire now, he is looking terribly rough now and in my opinion is not adding much to his legacy at this point."
killowenskill wrote on 04.05.2016:
[7.0] "Undertaker - an example of how the right image can affect career. It does not, in fact, nothing supernatural, which would it stand out without the presence of the image itself. But despite this - it could be the most recognizable wrestler in history, he has built his career and left his heritage. Undertaker match - a separate conversation. It seems to me that every other wrestler, with the correct recipe, will be able to give out no worse matches, especially if they are supported by school feud. But the Undertaker got this opportunity, and we have at least 10 matches, which can be put in the category of "high quality". But again, his place could be any other, and it is unlikely we would feel the difference. Undertaker - a legend, and it is worthy of respect as a minimum."
The Phantom Pain wrote on 27.04.2016:
[9.0] "Any character that The Undertaker would protrayed, he always get me invested on how his persona turns out. Its obvious, that there's gonna be a time when Taker will have to hang up his boots once and for all, but he's stayed with WWE since day one and the only one to still wrestle that isn't like Triple H."
oscargeorge1 wrote on 25.04.2016:
[10.0] "Yes he is a legend, but at his age the law of diminishing returns begin to apply. How much more can WWE wheel him out when they need a boost in ratings. A wise man once said that 'Nostalgia is a disease', WWE need to bring forward the younger talent sooner rather than later or else we will still be seeing The Undertaker in main event action when he's sixty."
The-Rabid-Wolverine-Girl wrote on 25.04.2016:
[10.0] "One of the all time greats. Has held the company on his back for decades and continues to do that to this day. Wrestling history would've been so much different without the Undertaker being a wrestler. He's helped so many people be great and is willing wrestle whenever WWE needs it. The streak was amazing."
ForSolance wrote on 19.04.2016:
[1.0] "The Undertaker is and has always been a total gimmick wrestler , and i have never got the appeal of him. I have never been a fan , and i'll never be I think. I think most of his big time wrestlemania streak matches are totally overrated too , and i havent honestly enjoyed more than 2 - 3 taker matches."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 1789
Number of comments: 909
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Average Rating: 9.56
Average in 2016: 9.50
Average in 2015: 9.67
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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