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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Taker On Crutches In New Photos
It’s been a while since we’ve seen The Undertaker on WWE programming. The Undertaker defeated Shane McMahon in a Hell in A Cell match at WrestleMania 32, and then he walked off into the sunset.
Even though we haven’t seen Taker on TV, random photos of him still surface online every now and then. There was that time when he stopped by a Texas bar to hang out with Shane McMahon, and there was that unforgettable photo that someone snapped of him wearing golf clothes.
Now two new photos of The Undertaker have surfaced online. The first photo shows Taker posing with a fan as he stands with the help of crutches.
Check it out.
Another fan also posted a recent photo of Taker online and his crutches can be seen in the background.
- dhanish1979 on October 14th, 2016 says:
@Anan,Ed and gang:
1.observation,in the second photo,the lady has big boot due to surgery which means those crutches belongs to that lady,taker could possibly fooling us trying to make us believe he is injured
2.observation,In the first photo,taker is holding the right crutch,taker had to come all the way limping from non driver seat for the pose?even if taker was driving the car,he would come out with both crutch,common sense,So to whom does that crutch belongs to,i say it belongs to the lady,both taker and gentlemen had supported her to get out of the four wheeler,she might have limped a bit with the help of taker.
3. who knows taker is really hurt and might have gone for surgery
- Yousif on October 15th, 2016 says:
Hi all .
You guys should be in FBI or Detective agency. Investigating and analyzing everything there is in those pictures. Lol .
But really ..very logical and explanations 🙂
Well what Dhanish said might be right. But
Since we got no official report about his injury or . Anything is possible…
despite the crutches he looks health and in form to me . Wish to see him soon in the ring .
And Yaa. Against Brock Lesnar;)
- Anan on October 15th, 2016 says:
I don’t know if he has gone for surgery. If he needs it, it would not surprise me if he has decided to hold off on it for the time being because WM33’s on April 2nd. Considering his body is currently 51 and by WM33 will be 52 years old, it may not fully recover from surgery in time for the big event. No I don’t think that will stop Taker from putting forth the usual WM performance we usually see out of him. But doing so before fully recovering is not really the best thing for his health because if he puts that performance on while still recovering from surgery, the ripple effect on his health will not be positive.
There is no doubt in my mind that Taker is hurt. Aside from a live event tag team match, a 6 man tag, and a short TV match in 2013 and working more dates in 2015, Taker’s been a one (WM) match a year since 2011. His active years in 2007-2010 were cut short due to some kind of pain or injury that prevented him from working more. He missed most of 2017 for injury, 2008 was written off to heal from knee injuries, 2009 worked few matches after WM25 then took off till returning at Summerslam which eventually resulted in a 7th World Title run consisting of noticeably shorter matches and at times one can easily notice him limping. He was put in multi-man matches to lessen his work. 2010, he was scheduled to work full time but injury prevented that and he was written off in May to heal from one injury, then in October he was written off to go for torn rotator cuff surgery and by the looks of how he appeared at WM27 he didn’t fully recover from that surgery.
Taker has had a history of a bad back. He missed most of 94 due to a back injury. Since then he’s faced and lifted men more than half his size which hasn’t done his back any favors. He’s had knee issues too, to the point of where he’d limp, stemming from years of having his opponents work on his leg as well as the constant use of the Tombstone piledriver.
- Regina on October 16th, 2016 says:
I am a vice cop
- Anan on October 16th, 2016 says:
Old friend, nice to have you back. Wish you were more active. But seems as if your activity here is as active as Taker’s WWE performances nowadays.
The possibility of WWE or even Taker himself throwing people off is definitely there. Taker wrestled HIAC at KOTR 98 with a broken ankle and I don’t know if it has healed since then. Taker’s history of bad knee problems are well documented, history I detailed out in my previous comment along with his history of a bad back.
Fact is all the years of wrestling has caught up to him, to the point where he’s hardly ever active, WWE-wise. For over 30 years if you count his pre-WWE days, he’s bene involved in a physically demanding, insensitive business that is not built for the human body so his body has the battle tested battle worn wear and tear that any broken down wrestler will have from all the beatings.