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Mark William Calaway, well known by his ring as The Undertaker, is a former professional wrestler from the United States. From 1990 until 2020, he was most known for his WWE career.

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The Undertaker Biography

Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965) is an American retired professional wrestler better known by his ring moniker The Undertaker. From 1990 until 2020, he was most known for his WWE career. Calaway debuted in 1987 as a gimmick for World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) and several affiliate organisations, where he won the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship and the WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship. He had a brief spell in the mid-card as “Mean” Mark Callous after signing with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1989, before joining the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) in 1990. Calaway was renamed “The Undertaker” in the WWF, and he acquired widespread fame as a macabre, horror-themed figure that used scare tactics and had supernatural ties. The Undertaker was one of the most famous personalities of the Attitude Era, a boom time in the company’s industry in the late 1990s. He had the longest tenure of any wrestler in company history, at 30 years. In the early 2000s, his persona became a biker, before returning to a more polished version of his former gimmick in 2004. The Undertaker is most known for The Streak, a string of 21 consecutive victories, which he achieved at WWE’s premier yearly event, WrestleMania.


Date of Birth 24 March 1965
Age  56 years
Birthplace  Houston, Texas, United States
Zodiac Aries
Nationality American
Profession Professional Wrestler
Phone Number Private
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The Undertaker Career

Calaway began his training under Buzz Sawyer in late 1986; he despised Sawyer, who he said lacked dedication and only gave a rudimentary instruction. Following that, Calaway learnt “on the job.” Calaway fought his debut bout for World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) on June 26, 1987, in the Dallas Sportatorium, wearing a mask as Texas Red and losing to Bruiser Brody. Percival “Percy” Pringle III, who would later act as his manager in the WWF, followed him to the ring (as Paul Bearer). Calaway’s origins in the profession have been the subject of two urban legends: the first is that he debuted in the ring in 1984, and the second is that he was coached by former WCCW teammate Don Ja. Calaway began wrestling in 1988 with the Continental Wrestling Association (CWA), which later amalgamated with the United States Wrestling Association (USWA) after Jerry Jarrett purchased WCCW and combined the two companies into one.

On February 2, 1989, he was reintroduced as The Master of Pain, a figure newly out of the United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, where he had served five years (most of it in solitary prison) for killing two men in a fight, thanks to the efforts of Dutch Mantel. He lingered in the ring after his second match the next week by challenging USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion Jerry Lawler to an impromptu match. Until Mantel entered the ring, the Master of Pain effortlessly overpowered Lawler. Calaway joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as a villain in 1989, and was given the ring moniker “Mean Mark” Callous by Terry Funk. He was presented as a gloomy figure who wore mostly black ring gear and was described by announcer Jim Ross as a fan of pet snakes and Ozzy Osbourne’s music. Callous was quickly selected into The Skyscrapers tag team to replace a truly injured Sid Vicious, and he made his debut against Agent Steel and Randy Harris on January 3, 1990, in a bout that was eventually broadcast. The new team earned popularity after defeating The Road Warriors following their bout at Clash of the Champions X; the Road Warriors were acquitted. On March 24, 1991, he made his WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania VII, quickly beating “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka.


On the set of Paul Bearer’s Funeral Parlor interview segment, he assaulted The Ultimate Warrior and trapped him in an airtight casket, starting his first big rivalry with him. Later, he would lose to Warrior in the WWF’s first-ever body bag challenge. In the 1991 King of the Ring tournament, Undertaker beat Animal in a qualifying match before fighting Sid Vicious to a double disqualification in the Semi-Final, thereby eliminating both men from the competition. On March 24, 1991, he made his WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania VII, quickly beating “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka. On the set of Paul Bearer’s Funeral Parlor interview segment, he assaulted The Ultimate Warrior and trapped him in an airtight casket, starting his first big rivalry with him. Later, he would lose to Warrior in the WWF’s first-ever body bag challenge. In the 1991 King of the Ring tournament, Undertaker beat Animal in a qualifying match before fighting Sid Vicious to a double disqualification in the Semi-Final, thereby eliminating both men from the competition. Jake “The Snake” Roberts, an associate of The Undertaker, attempted to assault “Macho Man” Randy Sava in February 1992.

During his absence, the WWF used video recordings of people claiming to have seen The Undertaker to hype his return. Ted DiBiase reintroduced an Undertaker to the WWF after WrestleMania X. This Undertaker, portrayed by Calaway’s real-life cousin Brian Lee, was a counterfeit Undertaker (called “The Underfaker” by fans) who led to the real Undertaker’s return in the SummerSlam main event, as a fresh version of his Deadman image, with cool colours replacing grey and purple replacing grey. After three Tombstone Piledrivers, The Undertaker beat the imposter and rolled him out in the casket he had brought to ringside. The Undertaker returned in May 2000 as the American Bad Ass, a new persona. When The Undertaker returned towards the end of Triple H and The Rock’s Iron Man match for the WWF Championship at Judgment Day, he eliminated all members of the McMahon-Helmsley Faction, causing him to turn face. He also went after their leader, Triple H, who was the WWF Champion at the time. The Undertaker teamed up with The Rock and Kane to defeat Triple H, Shane McMahon, and Vince McMahon in the King of the Ring pay-per-view. After that, he was slated to compete for the WWF World Tag Team Championship with Kane. The Undertaker returned in May 2000 as the American Bad Ass, a new persona. When The Undertaker returned towards the end of Triple H and The Rock’s Iron Man match for the WWF Championship at Judgment Day, he eliminated all members of the McMahon-Helmsley Faction, causing him to turn face. He also went after their leader, Triple H, who was the WWF Champion at the time. The Undertaker teamed up with The Rock and Kane to defeat Triple H, Shane McMahon, and Vince McMahon in the King of the Ring pay-per-view. After that, he was slated to compete for the WWF World Tag Team Championship with Kane. Kane was plagued by segments proclaiming “WrestleMania XX” in the build-up to WrestleMania XX. Bray Wyatt launched a series of cryptic promos in February 2015, leading up to Fastlane, when he challenged The Undertaker to a bout at WrestleMania 31, which The Undertaker accepted. After two Tombstone Piledrivers, Undertaker beat Wyatt at WrestleMania on March 29. The Undertaker made a surprise appearance in a gauntlet match at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia on February 27, 2020. He came in last, replacing Rey Mysterio, and won the Tuwaiq Mountain Trophy by defeating A.J. Styles. Styles mocked The Undertaker during a bout with Aleister Black on Raw on March 2, 2020, and The Undertaker made another surprise cameo at Elimination Chamber by assaulting Styles during a rematch with Black in a no-disqualification match. Styles challenged The Undertaker to a bout at WrestleMania 36 the next night on Raw. Styles would continue to antagonise The Undertaker in the weeks ahead, calling him by his true name on several occasions.

The Undertaker Net worth, Salary

The Undertaker has a net worth of $17 million as an American professional wrestler. Since 1984, he has been a professional wrestler, and since 1990, he has been a member of the WWE. The “Deadman” and the “American Bad Ass” are two opposing gimmicks for the Undertaker persona.

Body Measurement, Height, Weight

his body measurement are given below:

Height 203 cm
Weight 138 kg
Hair Brown
Eyes Hazel Brown
Body Measurement No statistics available at the moment

PERSONAL PROFILE:                                

  • Name: The Undertaker
  • Date of Birth: 24 March 1965
  • Age:  56 years
  • Place of Birth:  Houston, Texas, United States
  • Birth Sign: Aries
  • Occupation: Professional Wrestler
  • Nationality: American

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CONTACT DETAILS:

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3. Twitter:  https://twitter.com/undertaker?lang=en

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