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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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    Shane McMahon And The Undertaker Added To Another RAW

    Shane McMahon and The Undertaker have been added to the March 28th WWE RAW in Brooklyn, which will be the final show before WrestleMania 32. Advertised locally is The League of Nations and WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Roman Reigns and WWE United States Champion Kalisto.

    Shane is now advertised for Monday’s RAW in Chicago, the March 14th RAW in Pittsburgh and the March 28th RAW in Brooklyn. He is not being advertised for the March 21st RAW in Philadelphia.

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    • Jess on March 4th, 2016 says:

      I’d take that with a grain of salt. I wouldn’t be surprised if Shane has signed a deal and is working backstage. I do believe he will win at Wrestlemania.

    • Anan on March 5th, 2016 says:

      It doesn’t matter either way. Things can always change. If he hasn’t signed yet, who’s to say he won’t? Regardless of whether he signed, will sign, or neither, the finish of their WM match isn’t written in stone as the finish is likely to change a million times between now and match time. Look at WM30 as a perfect example. Taker was originally going to win, which is why Lesnar had the upper hand where he F5’ed on the last RAW prior to WM. Usually the winner of the PPV match doesn’t get the upper hand before the match. But then 4 hours before showtime, the decision was changed to Lesnar winning.

    • Keke mac on March 5th, 2016 says:

      OK so this is gonna be good

    • BamBam on March 9th, 2016 says:

      The thought if undertaker vs shane
      If Taker wins he will probably move on to another feud
      But if shane wins it will be a big loss for undertaker.Undertaker at least lost his streak to lesnar who had credibility.How could taker who could go toe to toe with lesnar which is the beast lose to shane mcmahon.It doesnt matter if there are outside interference or not the loss will make him look really bad.
      Looks to me since wm30 the majority is thinking that taker will 100% lose his subsequent fueds going forward.From lesnar,wyatt,cena to sting everything is kinda implied that his going to lose.Its 180 degrees or backwards.He used to face top stars to facing shane? Looks he is just a stepping stone or a tool for this mcmahon storyline which is rehashed from the 90’s.Have they run out of ideas.
      You know what?Just for the hell of it why just not kill off the undertaker character ?Make him job to shane 100 percent clean.Then job again to Sting.Then take another big L to cena 100% clean. Then do it again twice in the next two ppv to cena.Make him cry on tv like big show. Wyatt restart his fued afterwards then pin Taker.Do it also to aj styles and jericho. Finally job to heath slater and zack ryder.
      Kane seeing his brother weakened decided to end his misery at wm34 in hiac. Foley in his revenge proceed to help kane chokeslam Taker from the top of the cage!! 1-2-3 put taker in this casket burn it ala 1998 put his ashes into an urn.Thats a big sarcastic ending to a ‘revered’ wrestler. Want to disrecpect the deadman ?Do it all the way then trolol
      Seriously though 23-1 through to 30-1 or 300-1

    • Anan on March 11th, 2016 says:


      “If Taker wins he will probably move on to another feud”

      That is unless WWE decide to extend the feud further. That can happen regardless of the outcome at WM.

      “if shane wins it will be a big loss for undertaker”

      Really? It would? So if Taker loses to Shane, his legacy’s tarnished further after two WM losses after such a historic run enamored with so many wins and an unequalled level of respect. People who have not yet gotten over it are saying Taker’s loss at WM to Lesnar and at HIAC are saying his legacy’s been tarnished and there must be a rematch so Taker could win when it is clearly so obvious that a child can see that there is no more Taker vs Lesnar.

      Your view is an illustration of the fact that I have been bringing up – people put so much stock into wins/losses when they don’t matter at all, certainly not as much as people make it out to be. If losses really mattered that much, no wrestler would be in the HOF nor would they be respected, remembered, etc because they’ve all had more than one significant loss in their respective careers and that would be the focus whenever their name is brought up whenever that name is being talked about.