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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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    Steve Austin Talks Joking With The Undertaker Early In His Career, Paying For It In The Ring

    Recently on The Steve Austin Show, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin shared a story about getting stretched by The Undertaker when Austin was starting out in the professional wrestling business.

    As the story goes, Austin, who was new to professional wrestling, was trying to find a riding partner and the man who would become The Undertaker, Mark Calaway, agreed to ride with Austin, but not before Austin made a parting barb when the two were talking on the telephone.

    “I was the guy who was just new to Tennessee. I’d just driven in. I was working babyface and I was trying to find someone to ride with.” Austin continued, “I was talking with The Undertaker. I guess he was The Punisher. I don’t know what [ring name] he was working with down there in Tennessee. And so, we were going to ride together, but since he was heel and I was baby, we had to kayfabe, so we didn’t ride together. And I knew we had a six-man tag that night, me and Dutch [Mantel] and somebody else against him and Soultaker and somebody else and I said, ‘alright, dude, I’ll see you tonight.’ I told him to watch out, [and said] ‘I might end up stretching you out there’. You know, just words to that effect and I was just kidding. I actually have a pretty good sense of humor.”

    Apparently, ‘The Deadman’ did not take kindly to Austin’s joke and proceeded to stretch ‘The Bionic Redneck’ during their match.

    “Well, Mark is a man’s man and if you know anything about the WWE, he’s the king of the locker room. He’s the go-to guy in the WWE. It has been that way forever. And I didn’t know his sense of humor. He didn’t know me from Adam. And, of course, all of a sudden, there’s a time for me and Undertaker or The Punisher to lock up in that match and because I just got out of [professional] wrestling school, I only know a little bit of chain wrestling. I know how to take a bump and he puts a couple of damn sugar holds on me and I’m just kind of laying there. It was Evansville, Indiana. No, it was a Tuesday. It was in Louisville, Kentucky. And there I was in the middle of the ring for about a minute and a half. He proceeded to put two or three holds that he had learned in Japan and he was a big MMA fan way back in the day, so I’m in there laying in the middle of the ring, getting twisted up like a pretzel. And all of a sudden, he decided enough was enough.”

    “Now, he wasn’t hurting me, but he was just stretching me and letting me know what time it was. And so, I tagged out and someone else goes in the ring and Dusty [Rhodes] looks over at me in the corner right there by the ring post and he goes, ‘what was that all about?’ and I just shook my head. I didn’t know at the time. I said, ‘hell, I don’t know.’ But hell, I had insulted him on the phone by telling him that I was going to stretch him. This punk kid from Dallas, Texas with long blonde hair, two months in the [professional wrestling] business and I was going to stretch him. And he didn’t take a liking to that, so I quickly learned from that point on. I didn’t call him Mr. Punisher, but I learned a lesson that night that would stick with me forever.”

    Source: The Steve Austin Show

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    • Christian on June 15th, 2016 says:

      Can´t read enough of it, hope we get more storys like that about Taker! Hope Taker himself opens up this book to us if he´s finally retired.

    • Anan on June 18th, 2016 says:


      I don’t know. Taker’s a pretty private guy. He’s been described backstage as “a quiet guy, cool, calm, just keeps to himself.” To sum that up, he’s basically low-key. People who are humble or private, and Taker may be both, don’t like being the center of attention. They try to avoid the public eye, which doesn’t really suit the on screen character of Taker anyways.

    • Daniel Alllen on June 20th, 2016 says:

      which episode of the podcast was this on?