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Take a look at the profile of the only wrestler that crosses the line from impressive to terrifying, the Deadman.
Real Name: Mark Calaway
Height: 6' 10'' 1/2
Weight: 305 lbs.
Finishing Moves: Chokeslam, Last Ride, Tombstone Piledriver
Titles Won: WWE Champion (3), WWE Undisputed Champion, WWE Tag Team Champion (6), WCW Tag Team Champion, WWE Hardcore Champion
Undertaker Profile (from WWE.com):


No list of WWE all-time greats can be considered complete without the Deadman.

The Undertaker's been a four-time WWE Champion, six-time Tag Team Champion and a main event level Superstar since the day Ted DiBiase introduced him as part of his “Million-Dollar Team” at the 1990 Survivor Series in Hartford, Connecticut.

His dark and somber persona and often sadistic mind set have been terrifying trademarks of WWE for nearly 15 full years. He has taken on WWE legends, WWE Champions and even the WWE owner.

How dominant has Undertaker been? Look no further than his record at WrestleMania, where he is a perfect 13-0.

Undertaker won his first WWE Championship on the one-year anniversary of his debut, defeating Hogan for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series. At that point, Undertaker was undefeated in his career.

Undertaker would eventually lose the WWE Championship back to Hogan, in a controversial match a week later at Tuesday in Texas. Still, despite the loss, Undertaker put together quite an impressive won-loss record.

At WrestleMania alone, Taker has defeated Jimmy Snuka, King Kong Bundy, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Giant Gonzales, Triple H, Ric Flair, Kane and Diesel among others.

Then in 1997, at WrestleMania 13, Undertaker would once again reach the top of the mountain, defeating Sycho Sid for the WWE Championship. Undertaker's reign lasted four-plus months, and included impressive pay-per-view victories over Mankind, Stone Cold and Vader.

In May of 1999, Undertaker defeated Stone Cold to become WWE Champion for a third time. Then, more than a decade after their first championship encounter, Undertaker defeated Hogan at 2002's Judgment Day for his fourth reign.

In between the championship reigns, Undertaker has been a WWE mainstay. He's battled all the greats -- from Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior to Yokozuna, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock, proving to be a bridge from yesteryear's WWE to today.

Who else could kidnap Stephanie McMahon, Tombstone Linda McMahon, attack Shane McMahon and walk out on Vince McMahon and still be thriving years later?

The Undertaker has also been at the forefront of some of the most original matches and concepts in WWE history. He is the innovator of Inferno Matches, Casket Matches, and, of course, the famed Hell in the Cell.

In fact, Undertaker was Mankind's opponent in their renowned Hell in a Cell Match at King of the Ring in 1998, where Undertaker threw Mankind from the top of the demonic structure.

Undertaker is also one-half of one of the most historic rivalries in sports-entertainment. For close to a decade, Undertaker and his half-brother Kane have been trying to destroy each other, highlighted by two memorable WrestleMania matches, both won by Undertaker of course.

Undertaker has spent time with both RAW and SmackDown!, but he is currently terrorizing the SmackDown! roster on Thursday nights. Amazingly, the Deadman hasn't lost a step.
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