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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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    WWE Live Event Results From Mexico City With The Undertaker

    The following are results from tonight’s snow:

    * Luke Harper and Braun Strowman were out next. Kane is out first to a big pop for his team, followed by The Undertaker to a monster ovation. This was similar to their match from the night before. Taker hit all his big moves after getting a hot tag. The Brothers of Destruction posed together to send us into intermission

    source: WrestlingINC

    Post Discussion
    • Becky on October 18th, 2015 says:

      Love it ! sad the BOD reunited didn’t happen on TV but good to see Taker back in the ring. Brock is going see you shouldn’t ever step in the HIAC with the deadman.

    • Anan on October 18th, 2015 says:

      I have no problem with that. The BOD have been on TV plenty of times. This is I believe the first time Mexico is getting the most destructive force in the history of pro wrestling.

    • karentaker on October 19th, 2015 says:

      Whatever you do, don’t read what that idiot said on whatculture in his recent post. I guarantee, you won’t be happy with what he says. I’ll give him ‘Brock Lesnar needs to retire Undertaker at HIAC!’ I’d feel much better if Taker retired Brock Lesnar or Paul Heyman.

    • Mark Petrick on October 19th, 2015 says:

      To karentaker:

      Hopefully the Undertaker does beat Brock Lesnar at Hell In A Cell and hopefully shuts up Paul Heyman. And, hopefully the Undertaker does something big Tonight to Brock Lesnar.

    • Mark Petrick on October 19th, 2015 says:

      Since I can’t post any links to a website like Anan said, according to WhatCulture, the Undertaker is supposed to be set for a big closing angle on WWE Raw Tonight! Hopefully he beats the crap, out of Brock Lesnar! Or does something to Brock Lesnar! We will see, later Tonight on Monday Night Raw! Cannot wait to see it!!!

    • Mark Petrick on October 20th, 2015 says:

      I guess, that was a good start of Undertaker and Brock Lesnar looking at each other and almost ready to fight. I liked what the Undertaker said to Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar, because when you take everything from a man, he fights with nothing to lose. In my opinion, I think that was a weak opening segment but I loved what the Undertaker said though! I did like the segment though. I still think like WhatCulture said, something is going to happen in the main event and the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar are going to beat the heck out of each other. Hopefully that is the main event and we don’t have a match to end the main event. We will see, hopefully. To be continued maybe…

    • Jess on October 20th, 2015 says:

      Mark, Taker vs Brock is the main event at HIAC.

    • Anan on October 20th, 2015 says:

      @karentaker:

      Thanks but I’m aware of what WhatCulture is all about. It doesn’t bother me. I actually find humor in it because they write as if they know everything when they don’t know jack about anything.

      The fact that they’re saying Brock Lesnar needs to retire Taker proves my point. Fact is neither of them will retire at HIAC and here’s a number of important reasons why:
      1. Both are two big draws, too big to retire at a C PPV like HIAC. Surely they’ll retire at a bigger, more important event such as a WM.
      2. Both are in great shape.
      3. As part-timers, they don’t have to put their body through as much punishment as full-time roster members do.
      4. JR recently blogged about talking to Taker and the subject of retirement did NOT come up.
      5. Taker deserves more than anyone to retire at WM.
      6. This really relates to reason #1. WWE is short on big draws. Even Cena’s taking some time off after HIAC shortening WWE’s big draws even more. All this considered, Taker or Lesnar will NOT retire at HIAC.

      Speaking of WhatCulture, I just now read that Taker is set to close out RAW tonight with “a big angle.” If that’s true, we haven’t seen the last of him tonight.

      @Jess:

      I can see WWE having Rollins close the show with Kane like they had him close Night of Champions with Sting. But I agree and believe Taker vs Lesnar will close the show. This is especially if Summerslam is any indication where despite Rollins facing Cena in a Title Unification match that didn’t close the big event, Taker and Lesnar did.

      @Mark:

      I can see Taker vs Lesnar being a repeat of Summerslam, minus the finish. That means they’ll beat each other like they did at Summerslam except this time it’s inside HIAC. I agree with HBK and feel this will be Taker’s last time inside the Cell. It should be as he’s in his 50’s now. Taker and Lesnar had a disturbingly bloody and brutal HIAC match at No Mercy in 2002. I have not seen it since that night. I expect nothing remotely close to that because WWE is PG now. They were not in 2002. Taker should get the clean win here.

      As for the opening segment, I like that it wasn’t as long as The Authority/HHH, Rollins or Cena opening promos are, enjoyed Austin’s return and him introducing Taker and Heyman and Taker verbally interacting. Loved Taker’s lines too, especially the one you repeated where he said if you take everything away, a man has nothing to lose.

      I wish he added another line saying that Lesnar made a grave mistake in ending The Streak, a mistake he will live only to gravely regret because now Taker has nothing to lose and that makes him far more dangerous than he’s ever been and The Beast will be conquered and just like all the others who faced him inside HIAC, Lesnar will RIP.

    • Mark Petrick on October 20th, 2015 says:

      To Jess And Anan:

      Jess, I meant the main event Tonight on Raw. I know, Undertaker and Brock Lesnar is the main event at Hell In A Cell. Anan, I hope the Undertaker beats Brock Lesnar bad and shuts up him and Paul Heyman, at Hell In A Cell. We will see what happens at Hell In A Cell, what finish they have. I know, they will beat the heck out of each other, that’s for sure. They definitely hate each other and Undertaker has the right to hate Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, for what they done to him. I did love the opening segment though, and it was short and clear to the point. I liked how Stone Cold Steve Austin introduced the Undertaker, has a lot of respect for him. And, I loved when Undertaker and Paul Heyman were interacting. Undertaker should of said one more line about you made your grave, now you can sleep in it or something along those lines or like what you said. Hopefully, Undertaker prevails over Brock Lesnar at Hell In A Cell. Like J.B.L. said Tonight, welcome to hell.

    • Jess on October 20th, 2015 says:

      Oops, my bad! Sorry, for the mistake, haha. It’s late as hell over here.

    • Mark Petrick on October 20th, 2015 says:

      To Jess And Anan:

      Oh that’s ok Jess, no problem. And Anan, J.B.L. actually said, get ready for hell, not welcome to hell.

    • Anan on October 20th, 2015 says:

      @Mark:

      But what exactly is “hell” in a PG environment? Not like it was in the HIAC matches from 1997-2002. And I don’t know that Taker and Lesnar really hate each other. I don’t believe Taker really hates anyone. Professionals are not like that. Lesnar did not want to end The Streak, but Vince decided on him doing it so he had to. If I had to speculate as to why he didn’t wanna end it, I suspect it’s because he respects Taker and his legacy. How could he not? Taker’s a big reason why Lesnar got to where he was in his original WWE run. Cameras caught Lesnar winking back at Taker while heading up the ramp after his WM30 victory.

      This “hate”, I believe it to be a storyline and/or a fan created fantasy.

    • Jess on October 20th, 2015 says:

      In the podcast with SCSA, Brock said Taker irritates him and he wants to hurt him, lol. I definitely sense legitimate hate here…might just be me.

    • Mark Petrick on October 20th, 2015 says:

      To Anan And Jess:

      Anan, maybe Undertaker doesn’t hate Brock Lesnar like you said but Brock Lesnar does. I hate to say it but, Brock Lesnar is a bully. If he wants to kick someone’s butt, he is going to do it and he doesn’t care who he is and what he is up against. He just likes beating up people, as he says when he talks sometimes. He loves beating up people. I agree that Vince McMahon told Brock Lesnar to end the streak. Which again, is all on Vince. So, I don’t know if I agree with you on that one. Yes, Undertaker doesn’t hate anyone because he has more respect for people but Brock Lesnar is the opposite. Put it this way, Brock Lesnar wants to kill people. Jess, I really think Brock Lesnar hates the Undertaker, as I just told Anan.

    • Jess on October 20th, 2015 says:

      I think the same thing, Mark.
      Like you said, I don’t think Taker hates Brock, it’s clearly the other way around. Brock doesn’t respect anyone.

      If he respected Taker he wouldn’t call the man irritating on a damn podcast. He wants to hurt Taker and he wants to hurt Taker bad.

    • deadman07 on October 20th, 2015 says:

      I don’t think brock hates taker otherwise he wud ve injured him back at ss but he didn’t. I believe lesnar just don’t know how to place words when it comes to say something in public. I mean what wud you expect him to say about taker jst before their match at HIAC…”I am gonna hug or kiss taker inside hell in a cell”. I don’t know whether he likes taker or not but he definitely respect him and he said it long back in 2002-03.

    • Anan on October 20th, 2015 says:

      @Mark:

      If Lesnar was really a bully, do you think WWE would employ him? Yes they may have fictional bullies on their shows, but they’re a public traded company who does a ton of Make-A-Wish, Anti-Bully Campaigns among other things.

      @Jess:

      You should read between the lines. Lesnar said that line on a WWE Network podcast to further the feud. Taker irritates him because Taker’s been a thorn on his side since costing him the WHC at Battleground, all of which was scripted into the show. How can he really hate someone who helped him out so much during his original run?

    • Mark Petrick on October 20th, 2015 says:

      To Jess, deadman07 And Anan:

      Jess, I do agree with your point.

      deadman07, obviously Brock Lesnar is not going to kiss or hug because it is a fight. It’s not, it’s ok. No, it’s an all out war like Paul Heyman said a while back.

      Anan, I know WWE does Anti-Bullying Campaigns to stop Bullying but maybe Brock Lesnar is not a Bully, but like Jess said, he doesn’t respect anybody. Put it like that.

    • Anan on October 20th, 2015 says:

      @Mark:

      If Brock doesn’t respect anybody, how comes he has friends? How can someone who doesn’t respect anybody have friends? Lesnar and Heyman are friends, have been for quite some time now. Why do you think Heyman praises Lesnar so much on and off WWE TV? His promos are as good as they are because he actually believes every word that comes out of his mouth. Part of why that is, is because of his real life friendship with Lesnar.

      A fan asked Austin about his friendship with Lesnar and replied. Here’s the exchange:

      Heather Ellis @nuttyrockchick
      @steveaustinBSR i don’t know how you manage to stay friendly with a guy who blatantly disrespects a business you love

      Steve Austin ✔ @steveaustinBSR
      @nuttyrockchick I’ve been in the business since 1989. He does this for a job. Clock in. Work. Clock out. Repeat. #workingman #respect

      Let me be clear. I’m not saying you’re wrong. I’m saying I disagree with you and have been coming up with evidence as to why I disagree.

    • Mark Petrick on October 21st, 2015 says:

      To Anan:

      Ok, I am sorry.

    • Anan on October 21st, 2015 says:

      @Mark:

      You have nothing to be sorry about. You stated an opinion. That’s your right. I may not agree with it, but I respect your views and your right to state your opinion.

    • Mark Petrick on October 21st, 2015 says:

      To Anan:

      Ok, thanks.

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