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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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    Ex WWE Creative Writer On The Undertaker, Ending The Streak And More

    Former WWE creative team writer Alex Greenfield recently spoke with MoreLikeRadio.org about the Undertaker, ending the streak and more. Check it out below:

    On earning the Undertaker’s respect while working in WWE: “Undertaker, even more so than Vince (McMahon) was tougher to get to know. He is a man who is absolutely protective of that character. I remember when I got promoted to head writer, I was sitting at home making a list of “Shit, Alex Needs to do to make this work” and near the top of that list was I need to call the Undertaker and say I’m here to earn your respect. Because you operate with different talent in different ways and there was no shortcut with the Undertaker. You know that Eddie and JBL liked me wasn’t going to wasn’t going to get me over with him cause he was a guy who’s respect you earned.”

    On the Undertaker making the call to end The Streak: “There is no pressure that is put on the Undertaker to drop the streak. This was the Undertaker’s decision, I have no doubt about that in my mind about that whatsoever. Nobody, including Vince (McMahon) is going to go to the Undertaker and say anything other than do you want to end the streak? There’s never going to be a (Alex impersonate’s Vince here) “Goddamn pal, Undertaker, it’s over, pal. You’re dropping the streak tonight.” That would never happen in a million years. He is and I think it’s safe to say the most respected guy in the locker room. I suspect he went to Vince and said this is the year and Brock is the guy. Thinking about it from Taker’s perspective as such of a fight fan as he is, if you’re going to go down, going down to the guy who walked away from wrestling and became the UFC heavyweight champion would appeal to his ego.”

    On how well Undertaker was in tune with his own character while he was in WWE: “He had very definitive ideas of what Undertaker would do and what Undertaker wouldn’t do and made those things clear. And here’s the thing, he was absolutely right. It was never about getting the character over in the traditional sense, it was an absolutely right impression of the best ways to tell stories with this character. Even when the character would lose. Even when Khali was beating the shit out of him, Khali, Undertaker and the team working on that..We all listened to Taker because Taker even knew how to make the Undertaker lose the best possible way. He was never the guy who would say, ‘oh, well, you know, I gotta win.’ It’s the classic thing of when a wrestler pitches creative it’s usually give me the title I want to win. That wasn’t the Undertaker’s deal at all. He is a man who very much understands the utility of losing at the right time.”

    Source: Ex WWE Creative Writer On The Undertaker, Ending The Streak And More – Daily DDT – A Professional Wrestling Blog Covering the WWE, NWA, and everything Professional Wrestling

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    • Anan on April 17th, 2014 says:

      Earning respect…..This sheds some more light on how Taker is in person backstage. Alex’s words. “Undertaker, even more so than Vince [McMahon] was tougher to get to know” pretty much mirror Dawn Marie’s point. In a shoot interview, Dawn said, “Taker’s a hard one to get close to, but once you are, you’re there forever. And Taker only lets you in if he believes, if he sees that you respect the business, you want nothing but the best for the business and you respect him.” We already had the opinion that he’s protective of his character and now we have evidence of that. It’s that protectiveness that’s one of the factors to that character being so long lasting and legendary.

      The Streak….Alex is not in WWE. So him stating ending The Streak was Taker’s call is his opinion. He may have earned Taker’s respect and during his time in WWE, maybe he even got to know him. But that doesn’t mean he knows Taker made the call. The only real confirmation we’ll get on that is either Taker or whoever he told that he wants The Streak to end. Until we get that confirmation, it’s anyone’s guess.

      Taker in tune….couldn’t have said it better myself. Every word Alex said here hit the nail on the head. The best characters are those that organically, naturally connect with the people, not forced upon them. In My Yard, Taker stated that people try to be something they’re not but you didn’t get that with him because whatever he was doing came natural to him. He said he’s always been fascinated with death and darkness so that fascination definitely showed through his character. There was no one more in tune with their character than Taker and that statement still holds true today and likely will remain that way forever.

      Great interview that gave a lot of insight on Taker.