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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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    Why Strowman Backed Down From Taker On Raw

    Somewhat lost in the confrontation between Roman Reigns and The Undertaker on this week’s RAW was what happened before The Big Dog ever made it to the ring.

    As it was Braun Strowman who first faced off with The Undertaker before slowly exiting from the ring and making his way to the back. The move left many confused as it seemed odd for Strowman to back down when he has been booked as such an unstoppable monster over the past six months.

    According to IWNerd, the reason for Strowman’s backing away was that Vince McMahon wanted to tease a future match between he and The Undertaker.

    Strowman was one of the many names rumored to face The Deadman in Orlando on April 2 but the company decided against it, for now anyway.

    Having him included in the segment at all seems to point to the two meeting at some point in the future, as they’re claiming that it was a sign of respect to The Phenom. As Strowman is clearly the big man of the future in the WWE, having the two face off could have also been a way to tease the torch eventually being passed from one to the other.

    Either the way, the bigger implication here is that the WWE does not feel like WrestleMania will be Undertaker’s final match. There have been many rumors that his need for a major hip surgery would force his match with Reigns to be his final match.

    As for Strowman, the Monster Among Men has shown a lot of improvement in his in-ring work, so it comes as no surprise that officials are high on him and even though he may not be in a marquee match at WrestleMania, you can bet he’ll be a name fans are talking about after the event.

    Source: ComicBook.com

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    • Anan on March 20th, 2017 says:

      Strowman has improved. I can’t disagree with that. However I don’t feel he is ready for Taker. In the future, who knows as that is up to Strowman himself and what WWE decide to do with him. Because of his improvement, I am not totally against Taker vs Strowman though I prefer other matches over it. However, I do not wish to see Strowman at a WM or as Taker’s final match. I feel as WWE prepares for the future and their full backing support of Strowman, he may be Taker’s last match and knowing Taker’s old school tradition values may request to go out on his back at whatever WM is his final one giving WWE’s decided final opponent for him, Braun Strowman the win.

      I prefer Jericho, Styles, Nakamura, Cena and any of them would be better final opponents IMO for Taker bc he can have better matches with any of them. If WWE really wanted to continue their Strowman push, imagine what it’d do for him if he cleanly beat the man that cleanly beat Taker in Taker’s last match?