The Undertaker Is A Deadman

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The Undertaker is perhaps the greatest star Vince McMahon has ever produced. Sure, he isn’t the most skilled guy in the ring (though he certainly isn’t lacking in that area). Yes, his title reigns were never the longest, nor were they the most plentiful. His promo skills, while pretty impressive, are not on par with guys like The Rock, CM Punk, or even John Cena. Despite this, he is considered by many to be the greatest WWE Superstar of all time. This is because he has managed to capture the hearts and minds of wrestling fans all around the world for more than 25 years, and will likely continue to do so until he decides to hang up his boots and enjoy his well-deserved retirement. A large part of The Undertaker’s success is his character and his dedication to it. He is an old school guy and probably the final wrestler in the business who tries to keep kayfabe while not in the ring. You won’t find him on Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube, and if you happen across him on the street, you’re likely to have a hard time getting him to agree to a photograph.…show more content…
They have become more frequent in recent years, which explains why The Deadman looks significantly older in many of these pictures. Those that were taken two decades or so ago provide us with an interesting window to the life of the quintessential WWE Superstar during the height of his

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