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 REPORT – 3/28/16 – Taker/Shane Segment, Vince Interview About The HIAC Match
– We go right to the ring as the gong hits and out comes The Undertaker with his grand entrance.
Fans chant Taker’s name as he takes the mic. Taker says WrestleMania 32 will not be his last and the fans pop. Taker says he’s made it clear to Vince McMahon that the blood of his son is on his hands. Taker says Vince’s blood very well may be on his hands too. Taker knows Shane McMahon is going to fight for his legacy until he draws his last breath but WrestleMania is Taker’s yard, Hell In a Cell is his house. At WrestleMania, Shane will… rest in peace. Shane’s music hits and out he comes to a pop.
Shane speaks from the stage. He says they both will fight for their legacies but he’s fighting to win and Taker is fighting to not lose. Shane says Taker may be his dad’s instrument, but Shane is the instrument of change that WWE has needed for a long time. Shane gets a big pop when mentioning how he will take over RAW. Shane says if he has to cement his legacy by destroying Taker’s, then that’s what he will do. Taker tells Shane to watch his mouth and calls him a rich boy. Taker says Shane doesn’t get to talk about Taker’s legacy. Shane starts walking to the ring.
Shane meets Taker in the middle of the ring as fans chant “holy sh##” now. Shane says Taker’s legacy died at WrestleMania two years ago. There’s some space in between them now. Fans chant “Suplex City” as Taker thinks. Taker says Shane is just like his old man. Taker says from the very day Shane was born, he’s been his daddy’s bi###. Shane attacks Taker with punches and backs him into the corner. Taker grabs him and tosses him over the top rope. Taker follows, blocks and drops him with a knee. Taker tosses Shane into the barrier, then again. Taker takes the announce table apart as fans pop. Taker with a headbutt and a boot as Shane tries to fight back. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Taker goes for a Last Ride through the table but Shane slides out and hits Taker with strikes. Shane decks Taker with a TV monitor. Shane seems a bit lost but hits Taker with the monitor again. Shane goes in the ring and to the top. Shane looks down at Taker and nails a huge elbow drop through the table. Another “holy sh##” chant from fans. “You still got it” chants start as Shane stumbles to his feet and his music plays. We go to replays. Shane makes his exit and we see Taker sit straight up to a pop. Shane stops and looks back from the stage. Taker looks at him and cuts his throat. Taker’s music hits and the lights go low as Shane looks on.
– Renee Young is backstage with Vince McMahon. Some fans boo. Renee asks if Vince was surprised at Shane putting Taker through the table earlier. Vince wasn’t surprised and says that’s some of what we will see at WrestleMania. Taker goes on and says Taker is right about his house and yard but Shane doesn’t want that, he wants the whole WWE Universe. Vince talks about how Shane has angered Taker. Shane walks up and Vince says he figured Shane would be half-way across the Brooklyn Bridge by now. Shane blasts Vince and says he’s going to take out 40 years of pent up aggression and anguish, and let it all loose on Sunday. Shane says he’s going to control RAW. He says Vince stole the company from his father and on Sunday, Shane is taking it from Vince.
I was there that night for RAW so I can tell you from a live experience standpoint, the biggest pops of the night were Dean Ambrose, Brock Lesnar, The New Day and the loudest went to Taker. Something that has happened before, but I don’t find it to be too often and instead find it to a be a bit of a soewhat rare thing, Taker kicked off RAW. The arena went crazy nuts for him. I absolutely LOVED every word that came out of Taker’s mouth and agreed with everything he said. It was cool of him to go into a combination for the 1998 Lord of Darkness and ABA modes a little bit and say “rich boy” to Shane. Taker’s best line though IMO: “Ever since you were born, you have been your daddy’s bitch.” Shane did his signature elbow drop on Taker through a table that broke and nowadays announce tables breaking is rare. It was a great segment, felt it should’ve closed the show. But whatever. I predicted Shane would have the last laugh tonight on the last RAW before WM. Usually, the planned loser of the PPV match ends up having the last laugh on the final RAW before a PPV. Yes, there’s exceptions to that. Lesnar had the last laugh heading into WM30. But at that time, Taker was planned to win and the decision for Lesnar to win was made 4 hours before showtime. So unless a change is made, based on Shane having the upper hand tonight, I see Taker winning.
I agree with Vince that Taker’s right about HIAC being his house and yard. He also said you don’t wanna anger Taker. He’s right about that too and knows the consequences of that from personal experience.
- Anan on March 29th, 2016 says:
It happens a lot, but not always. Roman Reigns stood tall at the end of RAW, but despite that, I still think he will win Sunday. HHH’s current Title reign is designed to elevate WWE’s chosen man and right now, that chosen investment is on Roman Reigns. What better way to further that investment than by having Reigns close out WM with a World Title win? Yeah I think the World Title match is closing WM.
- Mike b on March 29th, 2016 says:
Tired Brock keeps getting upper hand on dean, Vince needs have dean little bit have dean upper hand. Understand Brock over all first few fued segments Brock have upper hand but for two month run Vince needs have dean over turn it, but I guess that’s not the case make Brock look way too strong like superman that nothing can’t hurt Brock and wwe entertainment so ther segment suppose to be funny so haha whatever
- FLY YOU FOOLS on March 29th, 2016 says:
I was on twitter&fb&engaged in convos&stuff with other fans.
&Its funny when i look at all the little polls they put out, all the posts & tweets..its as if many (if not majority) of the online wrestling community are in Shane’s side. Wanting him to win & control Raw..
Im asking myself, are they serious? Yea yea yea if Shane win, he’ll be the GM whatever. we’ll might get good shows (or Era, if possible – like Ruthless Agression/Brand Extension Era with Bischof v Steph). But, ive seen things like this come & go. In the words of Hollywood during his promo against Rock, ‘It’s called a flavor of the month”. Good things will come to an end but bad things? Bad stupid things like ending of the streak that tarnish Undertaker’s WM Legacy somewhat – stays on forever.
We all hv seen what could’ve been the revival of good wrestling. DX in 2006, Rock returned in 2011-2012, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan. &they all fade away shortly afterwards. There’s no difference with this Shane O. Shane alone can’t revive a good wrestling. Attitude Era isnt coming back doesnt matter how much blood they spill or how many f words they use. He needs the roster, the star power, the mainstream success like what WWF had in the past. &lets face it, WWE dont hv that now.
&Oh, back to reality, GOOD OL VINCE IS STILL RUNNING THE SHOW & i’ll bet my house on it that nothing will change as long as Vinnie Mac is around.
&For those who are pulling for Shane.
Just a quick reminder, WM, HIAC & Texas of all places are Undertaker’s home.
Just because the streak is dead doesn’t mean people can shit on it.
These people are the same ones who cried blood yrs ago when the streak died & ranted here & there. Now all of sudden they turn their backs on Taker just for the sake of uncertain shitty piece of a storyline. Gimme a break
Guys like Shane, i give him credit. i spent my childhood watching him took bumps. the guy can wrestle.His match with Big Show, Angle & Orton are awesome. But most of those times i watched him, he was gettin his ass handed to him by the likes of Steve Blackman, APA, Xpac, DX & Not to mention weekly ass kicking he got from Rock, Austin, Foley, Kane, H etc
with all the videos of him training & stuff. i really wanna believe. i do. but i cant believe he’s a threat to Undertaker’s career. my childhood is laughing at that thoughts. Shane ain’t no Lesnar, He ain’t Michaels.
If Undertaker lost at WM, idfk what else to think
oh yea maybe the next night, reinstate Taker yea? & hv him face Fandango next yr at WM coz now every1 can be a threat to Undertaker
- Gillberg Guy on March 29th, 2016 says:
FLY YOU FOOLS:
it seems like you’re more concerned about what the fans think, well let them be. Screw them.
you know what else would drive me mad? If somehow the Texas crowd cheer for Shane & Boo Undertaker. Can’t even imagine
- Thomas on March 29th, 2016 says:
That segment was awesome and I too think it should close the show. By the look of things I can say we will witness some extreme moments inside Hell in a Cell on April 3rd. But question is what will Shane McMahon do to win and how The Undertaker respond? We all know kind of spots Shane did in past and what The Undertaker is capable to do. At first I wasn’t sure about this match (I would love Undertaker vs Seth Rollins or Undertaker vs Sting at Mania) but now I’m convinced it’s going to be something really big and interesting for us. I’m talking about the match and of course an outcome. I hope Taker wins, because he deserves that in his homestate of Texas. He deserves it, because HIaC is his house, as he said it himself last night on Raw. But of course we all would love to see how things would look like if Shane would be in control of Monday Night Raw. But in my opinion – not at Taker’s expense.
- Mike b on March 29th, 2016 says:
Streak conqueror your dumb ass, who says anyways besides foot up your ass, even if taker gets hurt force to retire that doesn’t mean the end silly boy. Taker enter he’s next phase if Vince get he’s head out of he’s own ass have taker run smack down or start another group of darkness or show up every now and then help out story helping others. Taker bring he’s biker image back. Theirs sooo soo much for taker can do dick rode
- Anan on March 29th, 2016 says:
They’ve “screwed” Taker before. But at a Texas WM in front of that large potentially record breaking crowd? I don’t know….
I have to watch it back. I thought he hit him, just not square on the chest/heart area.
It’s not the flight that matters. The drop and its impact is what matters.
Taker did bleed a little bit after that shot from the TV monitor by Shane. He’s fine though.
WM show closer: The World Title should close out. It’s the match that has had the longest build out of any match on the card, well maybe besides the Divas Championship 3-Way if you wanna include their time on NXT. Taker, being the old school guy he is, I believe would want WM to close out with the World Title because he respects its old school values and meaning(s.) That’s my take on things.
- Keke mac on March 30th, 2016 says:
- yousif on March 30th, 2016 says:
taker looked very good on last raw ,
specially his hair , he covered his thin hair very well , it was dark black always suits the undertaker the best ..