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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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    JR and Hulk Hogan on Taker vs Shane Mcmahon

    JR and Hulk Hogan talked to Sports Illustrated about Wrestlemania 32. Here’s what they said about Taker vs Shane:

    Jim Ross – “I give the show a B-minus,” said legendary broadcaster and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross. “The buildup was somewhat tepid since they were scrambling around with so many injuries, and there wasn’t much buzz going into WrestleMania, so I thought the show overachieved.”

    Ross famously called the Undertaker-Mick Foley Hell in a Cell match in 1998, and noticed some similarities between the legendary Foley fall and Shane McMahon plunging nearly thirty feet off the top of the cage to his demise.

    “The reason the Undertaker moved was to lessen the collateral damage by fifty percent,” noted Ross. “When Foley landed, he didn’t land on a body, either. That way you can adjust your body and shock-absorb that fall as best you can.

    The Undertaker delivered his best match at WrestleMania since three years prior against CM Punk, and this thirty-minute affair delivered. Ross never doubted the ability of the 51-year-old Undertaker or 46-year-old McMahon.

    “Shane and the Undertaker both overachieved,” Ross. “They both have a very good skill set, and they’re both smart enough not to venture too far from it.”

    Hulk Hogan – Shane McMahon and the Undertaker also combined to deliver the most memorable match of WrestleMania 32, and Hogan admitted that the image of Shane McMahon flying off the top of the Hell in a Cell cage was an unforgettable moment.

    “I was just praying for Shane when I saw him go up there,” said Hogan. “I didn’t know if the Undertaker was going to be there to get hit with that impact, or if he was going to get out of the way, and that’s a heck of a choice to make. You see those tables when they come apart. There are no pads, no buildup, there is just plywood, beaver wood tables, and they go right through it.

    Hogan also praised the work of the Undertaker. He remains in awe that the two wrestled at the 1991 Survivor Series, and the Undertaker is still as talented as ever twenty-five years later.
    “The Undertaker just keeps coming,” remarked Hogan. “I don’t know what he’s made of. That cell he just climbed in is very, very unforgiving. If you just accidentally stick your pinky through the cage in the wrong way, you’ll break your finger. He’s amazing, and he’s going to do this as long as he wants.”

    source: Sports Illustrated/Extra Mustard

    I disagree with the article stating that WM32 was Taker’s best match at WM since going against CM Punk at WM29. That just further proves how underrated Taker/Wyatt still is. Both were great and for me, highlights of WM29 and WM31. But WM31 was a better night for Taker IMO. He was healthier, not emotional (WM29 took place shortly after Paul Bearer passed away so how could it not be emotional for Taker?)

    Like JR. I did see similarities between Shane’s stunt and Foley’s stunt. I loved Hogan’s praise for Taker. I can’t ever remember one bad thing said about Taker from anyone. But to get praise from – say what you want about him, but can’t deny his contributions, legacy and legendary status – Hulk Hogan, it means something and is definitely a big huge deal and Taker deserves every bit of it.

    Post Discussion
    • eric on April 12th, 2016 says:

      I thought I was the only one who liked the WM31 match…the build up was awesome…and the match was as well…who can forget Taker sitting up to put down Wyatts creepy spider walk!!!

    • Carlos on April 12th, 2016 says:

      Did Hogan even watch the same match? Taker didn’t climb the cell…

    • Thy Serpent on April 12th, 2016 says:

      @Carlos. I think by “Climbed in”, he meant entered. The HIAC match was good. Considering the age of both athletes, I think they did a good job. Taker was better in this match than he was at WM 31 where I felt him to be a bit slower than his later matches.

    • Wolf on April 12th, 2016 says:

      It was a good match. Though at times I felt Taker sold Shane too much. And I agree, the Wyatt match was good. the dark vs dark. I wish they would do Wyatt better though. He comes off well but then they have him lose.

    • Jelvin A Rivas on April 12th, 2016 says:

      it was good match at Hell in a Cell Undertaker won at WrestleMania 23-1

    • Anan on April 12th, 2016 says:


      I didn’t think I was the only one who liked Taker/Wyatt. I just don’t get why it’s so underrated. Maybe people preferred Taker vs Sting and admittedly, so did I. Maybe they wanted Taker vs Lesnar. Maybe they wanted Taker to show up for the build. Whatever. Regardless, the match was one of WM31 highlights which is saying something because I thought it was a pretty good show with some good matches. The fact that Taker did not show up for the build only made Wyatt stronger as he had to carry the build all on his own and he did a damn good job of it.


      Agreed about The Wyatts. They were on fire for their debut where they feuded with Kane, then moved on to the Shield. It was the Cena feud that did The Wyatts in. People blame Cena for that. It’s not Cena. WWE, Vince, were the ones who placed Wyatt in that feud with Cena. The bookers were the ones who decided the wins. It’s not that wins/losses matter. But Wyatt is constantly losing. I hated when they carried Taker out of HIAC, but then they got buried before Survivor Series when Taker & Kane returned on RAW and took them out, and at the event itself during the BOD/Wyatts match. Basically The Wyatt steam has been cooled off.
      I think the feud with the LON will be the end of the LON, but I hope it’s a long overdue face turn for at least Bray and it seems to be heading in that direction.

      I don’t think Taker sold too much. I think he sold just enough. The selling told the story and it made Shane look like a credible and worthy opponent. For people who still believe Taker can’t sell, their minds changed if they saw HIAC whether they admit it or not.

    • dhanish1979 on April 13th, 2016 says:

      @Anan and gang
      Its impossible to say which was the best wrestlemania matches of the undertaker,I say all i feel the undertaker vs randy orton was nail biting match especially taker goes for chokeslam and randy converts it to RKO and outside interference.My personal fav was undertaker vs diesel

    • Anan on April 13th, 2016 says:


      Yes it is hard to say which Taker WM match was best. It’s opinionated and you’ll get different opinions by different people. But that can be said about any favorite/least favorite thing. I liked Taker vs Diesel. That was Taker’s first real WM match. The ones before that were either squashes (Snuka, Roberts), against Bundy who’s better days were behind him in a match that had no real build to it and it was a pretty short match, or against Gonzalez with I don’t think needs explaining by words. Diesel was Taker’s first challenge and it was one of the better big man vs big man matches which often times don’t do so good from a match standpoint.

    • yousif on April 14th, 2016 says:

      For me the best match as a match undertaker vs Shawn 2009 . Not Shawn’s last match. .