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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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    The Big Show thinks The Undertaker will return to WWE and you should see him if you can

    At WrestleMania 32, The Undertaker put away Shane McMahon in Hell in a Cell. Shane O Mac was meant to disappear, but while he’s stayed on as SmackDown boss, it’s the Dead Man who’s been conspicuous by his absence.

    He pulled out of the post-Mania UK tour late in the day, and there’s been swirling rumours that we may have seen the last of Taker in a WWE ring.

    But one of the longest-serving WWE veterans Big Show thinks that The Undertaker will return before too long – and has urged fans to go and see him while they still have the chance.

    New Day challenges Big Show during WWE Germany Live Bremen – Road To Wrestlemania at OVB-Arena on February 10, 2016 in Bremen, Germany
    Big Show: ‘I’ll block idiots with bad WWE opinions’
    “No, I don’t think Taker’s story is done,” Show told Digital Spy ahead of the recent WWE Live in London show.

    “Taker’s one of those amazing, iconic characters that has built WWE and stood by WWE through thick and thin times. He’s one of the guys that never jumped ship back in the day.

    “My personal take on it? I wish Taker would have never lost in New Orleans [to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX]. There was no reason for it.

    “I get it. Anyone can lose, anything can happen in our business, it’s entertainment, nothing lasts forever, I understand all that.”

    He continued: “I think the fans are happy to see Undertaker once a year and make that entrance and go out there and keep going.

    “Taker’s always been a businessman too. He’s never been ego-driven like a lot of guys are. He goes out there and gets the match over, gets his opponent over and gets himself over.”

    The Undertaker – The Streak
    Show added: “I think as long as Taker feels healthy enough and feels good enough to go out there he will. And I’m okay with seeing Taker on special events, because Taker is the ultimate attraction.

    “That entrance is probably the greatest entrance ever. I’ve been in the ring competing with him and that GONNNG would hit, and the music, and I’ve gotten chill bumps.

    “I’ve looked at Mike Chioda , the referee, a few times and both of us are like ‘Ah we’ve got goosebumps!’

    “So I’m still a fan too. Nothing lasts forever. Taker’s not going to last forever, I’m not going to last forever, Kane’s not going to last forever.

    “It’s a changing of the guard but I think any time the fans get a chance to see Undertaker it’s very special and they should definitely seize the opportunity.”

    source: Digital Spy

    Every word Big Show stated….#truth. I agree with him.

    Post Discussion
    • Daniel Iolair on October 26th, 2016 says:

      I definitely feel the Undertaker will be back, especially near/at this next Wrestlemania.

      When the Phenom retires, it will be on his terms.

      The Undertaker has as many matches left that he feels capable of doing. No more, no less.

    • Anan on October 26th, 2016 says:

      Agreed. Taker has not and will not overstay his welcome in the WWE. He has been and still is as valuable to WWE as anyone, maybe more than anyone. Unlike Lesnar, Taker’s earned all his success and respect and continues to do that. Turns out Lesnar didn’t even deserve to be in the ring with Taker because he is not the impressive athlete WWE builds him to be. He is the way he is through lazy cheating. Why I bring Lesnar up is because in every interview that involves Taker, the ending of The Streak comes up which was at the hands of Lesnar. Makes me wish Taker influenced an overruling of that grave mistaken decision. I still hate that it ended but I say enough questions in interviews about it. It’s done. Let it go. Move on. The interviewer treats it as the biggest thing in Taker’s career as if he doesn’t done anything else significant. Seriously lol!

    • john peeler on October 26th, 2016 says:

      the undertaker will return for wrestlemania 33 next year and hopefully he will face john cena but for the mean time he may return at royal rumble 2017 to set up his wm 33 fued does anybody agree I hope so .

    • BillyofMaryland on October 27th, 2016 says:

      @Anan I think the Vince has/had two goals in mind behind “Ending the Streak.” First, it takes the pressure off Undertaker because it is effectively his championship at Wrestlemania, but though he’s tough, and in good shape, he can’t carry WrestleMania forever. The second is the build for the Lesnar-Goldberg Match, even though we’ve seen this already, and it was pretty boring. I’d like to see Undertaker face Sting, Jericho, or Angle is WWE buys TNA so we can have Invasion II.

    • Anan on October 27th, 2016 says:

      @john peeler:

      It’s not out of the realm of possibility for a RR17 appearance by Taker. Last couple of years it was rumored he’s enter the Rumble, hit his usual spots, eventually be eliminated. But it didn’t happen. With Taker residing in Texas and RR being in Texas, the chances are better. But he just had hip surgery. Yes he’s without a crutch now.

      If Taker’s gonna face Cena at WM33 which I also think will happen I don’t see how either of them being the in the RUmble match will set that up. Usually a babyface vs babyface match is set by someone cutting a promo challenging their opponent which is eventually accepted. I can see Cena making the challenge and Taker accepting it if that’s WWE’s direction to begin the build.


      I appreciate your viewpoint. I didn’t say Vince didn’t have goals in mind for ending The Streak. He’s been the Chairman of WWE for many years now so he is a smart businessman who always has a plan or goal in mind when he executes something. So yes he had a goal for ending The Streak. One of them being the build Lesnar up so that whoever beats him will get a big career boost. The issue I have with this is it’s been too long without that payoff happening and in the meantime Lesnar’s continuing to be built, something I do not feel he deserves.

      I don’t think Goldberg-Lesnar has anything to do with this. I see that rematch as a one off, done to promote WWE 2K17 where Lesnar’s the cover star and Goldberg’s the pre order bonus. I see Lesnar winning this time since Goldberg won the first time and with this I guess being his last match he has no reason to win from a wrestling standpoint.

      “t takes the pressure off Undertaker because it is effectively his championship at Wrestlemania, but though he’s tough, and in good shape, he can’t carry WrestleMania forever. ”

      That’s really the only point I disagree with. Taker can not only handle pressure. but he thrives and feeds off of it. Anyone who’s watched him perform knows or should know this already. No one’s saying Taker has to carry WM forever. That would imply he’d wrestle forever which he cannot. No one can. The Streak could have ended and reportedly Taker wanted it to. Kurt Angle confirmed that Taker approached him for WM22 to end it, Angle declined. I have no issues with it ending necessarily. It’s who ended it. The Streak should have ended by someone pinning Taker in Taker’s last match so its end could coincide with his retirement or by Taker alone as a result of retiring because if he retired, streak intact, it can’t be defended so in some non-physical way, thus it ended.

      @slinky slater:

      No I think Taker?Lesnar’s done. If Taker wanted revenge, he’d have won clean at Summerslam and/or HIAC. The plan to renew Taker vs Lesnar last year was to continue the build up of Lesnar, not lose to Taker.

    • Daniel Iolair on October 28th, 2016 says:

      My whole issue with Taker vs Lesner, and the breaking of the Streak was how it was depicted by WWE after the fact. That is, on RAW and Smackdown the first thing they advertised was Daniel Bryan’s win over Triple H. It was touted as the most significant thing to happen at Wrestlemania. It was like the Streak itself was inconsequential, an afterthought.
      And, then Stephanie McMahon tore into Kane when he was the Director of Operations—she said, “I don’t care what happened to your brother!” This was after everyone had heard Taker was in the hospital after the match.
      So, to me, WWE Creative and Vince really dropped the ball when it comes to the significance of the Streak being broken and the Undertaker’s value at the event he’s ruled for 25 years.

    • Yousif on October 30th, 2016 says:

      I lost the interest in taker vs Cena match ..