The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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RAW Results | March 24th, 2014
Perhaps Brock Lesnar is going about this all wrong. In the weeks leading up to WrestleMania, The Anomaly and his advocate, Paul Heyman, have been approaching and addressing The Undertaker as if Lesnar is walking into a fight like any other. What happened on Raw may change that.
Lesnar made the rather bold maneuver to cut Heyman off mid-oration and demand The Phenom present himself for a fight. What he got was a horde of druids carrying a casket down to ringside, though when The Beast Incarnate peered inside, the casket was empty. Not for long, though: After Lesnar and Heyman took to the mic to denounce The Demon of Death valley, the casket opened and The Deadman rose, laying fists upon fists into The Anomaly’s torso and sending him tumbling over the coffin. At WrestleMania, Lesnar might not be so lucky: He might end up in it.
1. RAW Digitals
- Maziar on March 25th, 2014 says:
I’m so glad they brought back the casket. It’s been a while since we haven’t seen Taker,the casket and his druids all together. Pretty good segment. This year,Taker is going all guns blazing and I love it
- BillyofMaryland on March 25th, 2014 says:
“Hide your wife, hide your kids the Undertaker is back!” I like this aggressive Phenom, and pinfall, submission, or Casket Match, Taker will advance to 22-0.
- Rahim on March 25th, 2014 says:
Hi fellow creatures of the night i wanted to ask you guys one question and the answer depends on you’re opinion. What do you guys think of the undertaker vs brock lesnar build so far? To many people it was looking bright but then this segment on raw would have been a let down. The reason being is that many people who i have spoken with think that brock is being built to weak when it should be the other way round.
I liked the return of the coffin and vintage undertaker sit up and i admit this would have been a great segment 7 years ago but it kind of looked childish and leaned towards the PG side, considering earlier on raw scooby doo was sin cara’s manager. No blame on taker the man looks better than he has for the past 3 years and i know just like every other taker at wrestlemania he is ready for everyone. But every year at wrestlemania they always do a good job of convincing us somebody does have a chance of breaking it.
E.G. Cm punk, when i first saw him i thought they were having a laugh but the way it looked like undertaker had the disadvantage with paul berrer’s death they would book taker as the underdog, on the last raw. (when taker got attacked by cm punk and had the urn ashes poured on him. Triple H, as if they booked taker beating on triple h every week and triple h being intimidated of undertaker would we even think he had a chance ag wrestlemania.
All i’m saying is guys like Undertaker and Brock Lesnar should be nearly equal in strength, and they should both look strong and neithe man should fear each other. (maybe brock just a bit.) but i hope they turn up the hit and they let brock throw he’s first punch at taker, maybe on the last raw if paul heyman was able to distract taker which brock could then get a chair and hit taker and maybe break he’s arm. That would put the question of if brock can break the streak as easily as taker’s arm since, taker’s Never gone to wrestlemania with a injured limb. This is my opinion nevertheless, it was Great to see taker- and to see him in good shape. i hope taker had a great birthday anyway. 22-0.
Leave a comment and reply, i would like to get your thoughts on it guys.
- THE DEADMAN RULZ on March 26th, 2014 says:
Brother, a guy like Lesnar doesn’t need to be built as a serious threat. He is a threat just as whatever he is. He is big, strong, menacing. He can lift five hundred pounders. His pounding, thrashing style and real-life UFC success is enough build for him.
- Damion on March 26th, 2014 says:
I think this has to be one of the worse Undertaker buildups in recent memory. I do not feel the passion, drive, or believability of the storyline. Getting Undertaker to 20 was epic. Getting him to 25 wins is a little daunting. I do not know. Something is off with this particular buildup.
What kills the magic is everyone in charge saying, “Undertaker’s streak is good for business; therefore, the streak will never come to an end.’ Undertaker’s win is inevitable; thus, the anticipation of it is gone.
When they made the Undertaker vulnerable, the win at the end had more meaning.
Knowing the end of the story defeats the logic behind reading the book.