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!
The Fan Forums are Back! Head on over to participate in Undertaker discussion and much much more!
Dan (Opened 2003)
Anan & Ed
Site Twitter: Click Here!
Contact Site: E-Mail
This website is in no way affiliated with or linked to The Undertaker though we are Approved! The names of all World Wrestling Entertainment televised and live programming, talent names, images, likenesses, slogans, wrestling moves and all World Wrestling Entertainment logos and trademarks are the exclusive property of World Wrestling Entertainment. The images included on this site are being used under fair copyright law 107, no copyright infringement is intended. Please do not sue us, I dont have any money anyway so all you'd get is fluff.
WWE Raw Results: The Undertaker Responds To Bray Wyatt
Bray Wyatt has been calling out The Undertaker for weeks, promising that he will take The Deadman’s soul on The Grandest Stage of Them All. The New Face of Fear will get his wish, as The Phenom has accepted his challenge for Sunday, March 29 in what may be, perhaps, the most frightening showdown in WrestleMania history.
For the better part of a month, Wyatt had been broadcasting mystic missives, leaving the WWE Universe to wonder to whom (or what) he was speaking. At WWE Fastlane, Wyatt made his message a little clearer. Using The Undertaker’s iconic imagery for his own twisted purposes, Wyatt had druids drag him to the ring in a casket, from which he emerged with a devilish smile to issue the challenge. Claiming The Undertaker had become mortal since his Streak came to an end at last year’s Show of Shows, Wyatt said he was no longer afraid of The Phenom, and that it was his mission to send The Deadman “home.”
Full WrestleMania 31 coverage | Watch WrestleMania on WWE Network for $9.99
However, The Undertaker had not been seen or heard from since Brock Lesnar pinned him in one of the most shocking moments in sports-entertainment history, leaving many to wonder if Wyatt’s challenge would go unanswered. The New Face of Fear continued to raise the stakes, setting a casket on fire during Monday Night Raw in hopes of drawing The Deadman out, only to receive radio silence in return. Wyatt stunned the WWE Universe when he revealed that he had come into possession of The Undertaker’s urn, threatening to unleash its mystic power on the WWE Universe.
On the March 9 edition of Raw, Wyatt opened the urn, maniacally laughing as he revealed that it was empty. Yet before Wyatt’s dark sermon could continue, thunder and lightning boomed through the arena as The Undertaker finally made his presence felt. Declaring that Wyatt will rest in peace, The Phenom accepted Wyatt’s challenge and sent a bolt of lightning from the heavens, striking Wyatt’s prized rocking chair and setting it ablaze. Wyatt’s reaction was unusual, to say the least. There was no fear, trepidation or even anger from Wyatt; only tears of joy streaming down The New Face of Fear.
What will happen when The Undertaker stares into The New Face of Fear? Can he redeem himself following the most crushing loss of his career, or will Bray Wyatt send The Deadman to his final resting place? The WWE Universe will find out at WrestleMania 31 on Sunday, March 29, live on WWE Network.
- Mark Petrick on March 10th, 2015 says:
To Thy Serpent:
It was pre-recorded, when Undertaker said, REST.IN.PEACE. Anyway, R.I.P. Bray Wyatt. You’re going down, at Wrestlemania 31!!!
- Mark Petrick on March 10th, 2015 says:
Yep, it doesn’t.
- Thomas on March 11th, 2015 says:
Hell no! A true Undertaker fan shouldn’t say something like that!
Taker is one of his kind, he is in league of his own. Wyatt is great at many things but he doesn’t come even close to The Deadman, his matches, his feuds, his legendary presence, entrances, music, attires, look, promos, everything! So I believe that this year Undertaker will show us that losing a streak at last year’s WM 30 wasn’t the end of him, but… a streak. Simple as that.
He still has his powers as he demonstrated it last Monday Night using his old school mind games. Can’t wait to see what happens next. For me Undertaker is still the best in the business, don’t care if it’s 22-0 or 21-1 anymore. Don’t want it to be 21-2 though….
- BillyofMaryland on March 11th, 2015 says:
It would make sense for Taker to win, because storyline wise it’ll make the build for Undertaker vs. Sting at WM 32, even bigger if both have a win, headed into it.
- Alex Szollo on March 11th, 2015 says:
I think this feud is the highlight of WrestleMania this year. Sting vs HHH and Reigns vs Lesnar don’t seem as well thought through as this one. About Bray…he’s one of the best talkers in the business nowadays, and the fact that he’s been carrying this feud so far just by cutting promos is evidence of this fact. Win or lose, this match with Taker is the highlight of his career, and at an age so young to boot. I can’t wait for it!
- Mark Petrick on March 12th, 2015 says: