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 31st, 2014
For one last time before The Show of Shows, The Deadman rose on Monday Night Raw to deliver one final message to his WrestleMania opponent, Brock Lesnar. Much has been made of The Undertaker’s supposed vulnerability leading into his 22nd defense of the vaunted Streak in New Orleans. Despite the mounting whispers of his doubters, The Phenom remained steadfast in his promise to stave off The Beast Incarnate in six days’ time and maintain one of life’s three guarantees: Death, taxes and The Streak.
Actions, ultimately, proved The Demon of Death Valley to be more fallible than he let on; Lesnar and Paul Heyman not only interrupted Undertaker’s final message to The Anomaly, but Lesnar himself left The Deadman down when he stormed the ring and laid out the former WWE Champion with an F-5 that would have made the Devil himself cringe.
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- Anan on April 1st, 2014 says:
Taker never overdoes anything. He does everything just about as perfect as a human being can be. This was one of his best promos, not as long as his 2009-2011 promos, not as short as his early days, but still cutting straight to the chase. The length was good enough for him to get all his points across.
My favorite lines:
“At The Showcase of the Immortals, I will go further than anyone else.”
Far as I’m concerned, that’s an understatement. He’s already gone farther than anyone would probably dare to dream. What’s gonna happen is he’s just gonna keep going farther.
The “deep water” portion of the promo. What a unusual, yet brilliant way to illustrate his point. The end of this was great where he said none of his opponents made it to the shore yet.
“Three things that can’t be beat – Death, taxes and The Streak.”
What I like about that line is that it’s so true. You can’t beat nor cheat death or taxes. They’re inevitable. The Streak, so far as proven to be unbeatable and will remain that way after this Sunday.
While on the topic of The Streak, JBL’s “All streaks are meant to be broken” line has been getting a lot of bashing and criticism. What the critics fail to realize is that JBL’s just making the outcome of Taker’s match more unpredictable by bringing up a true fact. Wrestling, sports, everywhere, all streaks broke. So far, The Streak has been the one exception. But since Lesnar’s built as a threat, not to mention he got the upper hand Monday, JBL’s line makes perfect sense. I applaud WWE for doing all they can do to make Taker’s match at Mania, which is the most predictable result out of the entire card as unpredictable as possible.
- John on April 2nd, 2014 says:
While I’m extremely confident this will either be match of the night or runner up to match of the night,, I just feel the build up for the match has been very lackluster, just like last years. Last year it took the real life death of Paul Bearer to finally give that feud some kind of spark.
I think this year was an improvement (absolutely loved the swim to shore promo) but they could have done so much more. They could and should have IMO brought up the fact that UT has never beaten Lesnar one on one, specifically bringing up the HIAC from 2002. I know Vince doesn’t like to reference the ABA/BE days of UT but I think it could have been brought up without specifically referencing the BE days. Also from a storytelling POV they should have made Lesnar do A LOT more than just a simple F5. To me that felt just so lazy and desperate to give BL some last second credibility. I’m not usually one to play armchair booker but I think to really sell the match Lesnar needed to get back in the ring and use the chair to give UT a beatdown similar to what HHH gave Bryan 2 weeks ago.
We all know UT is going to win. We all know he will probably have match of the night, if not it will probably be a close 2nd. Brock Lesnar is 1 of only 2 people that can be booked as credible threats to the streak (Cena being the other). I’m not saying they had to give BL the upper hand every week. I just feel WWE could have done a much better job telling a story where the streak is in more danger than ever before and in that retrospect I think they failed.
- Tim Leece on April 3rd, 2014 says:
Did anyone else notice Undertaker seem to almost trip over his coat on the steps before entering the ring this week on Raw?
Very good promo from The Deadman and looking forward to the match!
Long live The Deadman!
Brock Lesnar will Rest In Peace at Wrestle Mania 30.