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The Undertaker, also known as the Phenom and the Prince Of Darkness, is a beacon in the world of wrestling. Arguably the last true surviving gimmick from a simpler time in WWE (then WWF) in the early 90′s when the colourful cartoonish characters of Hulk Hogan and The Ultimate Warrior were on top, the long-enduring deadman portrayed by Mark Calloway has accomplished so much in his Legendary 20-year run that he has ascended beyond mere veteran talent, into an almost mythical status few in the business obtain. His longevity in an ever-changing industry is thanks, at least in-part, due to his ability to evolve The Undertaker character to remain relevant and/or interesting to fans young and old.

He has performed in every specialty match that WWE has to offer, even claiming one as his own: the infamous Hell In A Cell and it’s first appearances in the fabled »

- Mikell Toms

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