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 Undertaker Vs Reigns Made Official For WM 33
Only one Superstar can run the yard in WWE, and at WrestleMania, the world will find out whether that distinction belongs to The Undertaker or Roman Reigns.
The showdown between The Phenom and The Big Dog, now confirmed for Sunday, April 2, brings into conflict the most dominant force in WrestleMania history and arguably the most powerful competitor in recent memory.
The Undertaker has been WWE’s unofficial gatekeeper, enforcer and overseer for more than a quarter-century, regardless of his championship status at any given time. However, after Reigns ousted The Deadman from January’s Royal Rumble Match and then told the imposing legend that WWE is now his yard on the March 6 edition of Raw, it became clear that The Undertaker took issue with Reigns’ emboldened outlook. The evidence came in the form of a ring-shaking chokeslam that nearly put The Big Dog through the canvas.
The Deadman made a surprise appearance on Raw to remind The Big Dog whose yard he’s standing in.
Reigns has achieved a stunning number of accolades in WWE at a breakneck pace, but defeating The Undertaker at The Show of Shows would launch him into WrestleMania infamy and solidify his status as “The Guy.” Over the course of his 24 WrestleMania appearances, The Deadman has lost only once, against Brock Lesnar in 2014, and as the WWE Universe knows all too well, The Undertaker takes on an almost supernatural power when competing at The Showcase of the Immortals.
Can Reigns usurp WWE’s Phenom at WrestleMania, or will The Undertaker prove he is still the biggest dog in the yard? Find out when The Ultimate Thrill Ride, WrestleMania 33, airs live on WWE Network Sunday, April 2, at a special start time of 7 ET/4 PT.
- Surendra Sharma on March 15th, 2017 says:
If Undertaker Lose to Roman Reigns I will murder Vince Mcmahon by Chopping his body parts into pieces and feed them to dogs,cats,insects,worms and bacteria.
- dhanish1979 on March 16th, 2017 says:
I still hold on to 25-1
- The Last Outlaw on March 16th, 2017 says:
If they are truly planning on having Reign’s go over, that would be one of the worst things to go down in WrestleMania history. That means something coming from me because unlike most people, I actually kind of like Reigns. They’re just not using him right. Regardless, Reigns should not win this match. I don’t think Taker should lose another WM but I understand that he’s old school and would want to put over someone on his way out. However, it should not be against Reigns. Fans already loathe Reigns, and this is not a mixed reaction thing like it is for Cena. Fans legitimately HATE Reigns. Him beating Taker at WM will put the final nail in the coffin for a lot of WWE Fan’s. There will be more fans to stop watching WWE altogether than those who will keep watching their product. It’s not about Reigns turning heel, that doesn’t give him the right to beat Taker. I see Reigns as a top guy don’t give me wrong, but not THE top guy. If he is, it’s going to be a good while before most fans accept him. Taker should win this match.
- Anan on March 20th, 2017 says:
@The Last Outlaw:
Thank you for the kind words man. Appreciate it. I am alive and well. I haven’t watching any wrestling in the last several months. I have literally only watched Taker stuff like when he wared Team SD prior to SSeries to they better win, his promo on RAW saying he goes where and when he wants, staredown with Goldberg & Lesnar, very short RR run, chokeslam on RAW to Reigns and that is it. So that’s why I haven’t been on here as much. I kinda like it actually. It’s just like Taker lol!
I do NOT think WM33 will be the last time we see Taker compete regardless of who wins. ANyone who’s seen Taker matches knows his opponents can and have been made, put over in other words, even when losing. Jeff Hardy, Ladder match on RAW, 2002. Orton, WM21, 2005. Kane, WM14, 1998. Those are just some examples. So they can have Reigns dominate the match and test Taker before Taker “somehow” manages to pull out a win. Taker does his in ring salute. A frustrated Reigns attacks Taker, post match as he attempts to exit the ring thus turning heel. Idk when you started wrestling but if you saw Wrestlemania 14, then you know this post match attack I’m suggesting isn’t the first time Taker’s attacked after winning at WM as Kane did so at WM14.