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    WWE legend The Undertaker showed his support for LEICESTER after the Premier League side signed Cengiz Under. The Foxes announced the signing of Turkish forward Under on loan from Roma in a Twitter post. 2Leicester announced the signing of Cengiz Under in a Twitter post 2The Turkish forward signed on loan from Roma They uploaded a picture of the Undertaker's ring attire with his famous hat atop of it. It sparked a surprise response from the Deadman, who replied: "Digging holes and scoring goals…" Fans on Twitter followed up by sharing their shock of seeing Undertaker backing the 2016 league champions. One said: "The Undertaker tweeting Leicester. Am I dreaming right now or?" Another said:...
    A WrestleMania match between The Undertaker and Sting has been talked about for years. However, both performers spent their prime years in rival companies and it never came to fruition. With both legends now seemingly retired from in-ring competition, the dream bout seems unlikely. In a recent interview with Barstool Sports, by way of Wrestling Inc, The Undertaker claimed that the window has passed, even though a part of him still wants it to happen. “To be completely honest, the match would have been cool in the ’90s or early 2000s. But there’s a reason the Last Ride documentary came about and I called it a day. Although, in my heart, I still want that Sting match. But my body...
    FOR more than 40 years, WWE has had fans on the edge of their seats with staggering plot twists and sensational match-ups. Some of the most shocking moments include when Brock Lesnar did the unthinkable and defeated the Undertaker at WrestleMania and when Vince McMahon introduced his Monday Night War rival Eric Bischoff on Raw. 13The Invasion story line stunned viewers when Shane McMahon bought WCWCredit: YouTube Here's our list of the top 10 most shocking moments in WWE history. 10: Shane McMahon buys WCW The Invasion storyline in 2001 was a wrestling spectator's dream - although it didn’t exactly play out the way fans thought it would. During the 1990s, Vince McMahon faced stiff competition with World Championship Wrestling...
    FOR thirty-six years WrestleMania has produced some of the most breathtaking moments in the WWE universe. Nicknamed the Showcase of the Immortals, it’s a show in which superstars are made and careers are defined. 12The WWE has always saved their best work for WrestleMania, the one time of the year where wrestling fans rejoiceCredit: AFP - Getty Here are the top 10 WrestleMania moments. Seth Rollins cashes in Money in the Bank (WM31) Live from Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, California, WrestleMania 31 featured Sting vs Triple H, The Undertaker vs Bray Wyatt, Seth Rollins vs Randy Orton and the main event of Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns. Reigns earned a shot at Lesnar's WWE world heavyweight championship by winning...
    FOR forty years the WWE has produced thousands of superstars that have captivated wrestling fans around the world. From Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock to Triple H, John Cena and The Undertaker, here is our list of the top ten WWE wrestlers of all time. 10: Mick Foley 12WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley as Cactus JackCredit: Getty Images A WWE Hall of Famer, a three-time WWE world heavyweight champion and an 11-time world tag-team champion, the Long Island native is best known for his alter egos including the bloodthirsty Cactus Jack, the crazed Mankind and the bizarre, disco-loving Dude Love. The 55-year-old’s most talked about match came against The Undertaker at King of The Ring on June...
    WWE champion Drew McIntyre has revealed his hope that The Undertaker will reverse his retirement for one final match. The pair faced off at last year’s Extreme Rules in a tag team bout featuring Shane McMahon and Roman Reigns, but a singles clash is yet to happen. 2WWE Champion Drew McIntyre hopes he will have the honour of being The Undertaker's final opponentCredit: WWE But such a match now seems unlikely after Taker hung up his boots following his Boneyard match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Yet he confessed that he would consider a return "in case of emergency" and if boss Vince McMahon was "in a pinch". And the 55-year-old also admitted that “something juicy” would bring him back to WrestleMania....
    AJ STYLES has called The Undertaker out of retirement to fight for the one title he has never held in his legendary career. The Intercontinental Champion lost to the Dead Man in a Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36 in April. 3The Undertaker has been challenged to a SummerSlam rematch against AJ StylesCredit: WWE Taker has since announced he has no desire to wrestle again, although he did say he would step out of retirement should Vince McMahon need him. Now Styles, looking for revenge, has challenged Undertaker to step back into the ring at SummerSlam to battle for the IC belt. And he is willing to put more than the championship on the line against the icon. 3Styles lost to...
    WWE'S Attitude Era remains both the most outrageous and successful era in the company's history. Vince McMahon capitalised on the boom in professional wrestling in America across the 1990s to produce consistent must-see TV. 8Bray Wyatt would fit seamlessly alongside The Undertaker and Mankind during WWE's Attitude Era WWE became mainstream and made household names out of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, DX and The Undertaker. So named after the change in "attitude", Raw drifted away from traditional Hulk Hogan tropes of the 80s to screen more adult-themed content. Although WWE have since steered back towards a PG rating, many fans still long for matches with increased violence and edgier storylines. Many of the company's current stars grew up...
    WWE star AJ Styles has revealed that he is yet to receive confirmation from The Undertaker that he is officially retired. The Phenomenal One's acclaimed cinematic Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36 was seemingly the Deadman's last ever bout. 4AJ Styles has admitted that he has had ideas about one more match against The Undertaker following their WrestleMania bout The Phenomenal One admitted he felt 'like a million bucks' that Michelle McCool trusted him to keep her husband safe Taker  – real name Mark Calaway – announced his decision to hang up his boots during the final episode of his documentary, The Last Ride. Yet he confessed that he would consider a return "in case of emergency" and if boss Vince McMahon was "in a pinch". And...
    BEFORE they were kings of the square circle, these famous WWE stars took a regular job to make ends meet. To survive while they were up-and-coming, the likes of The Undertaker, Roman Reigns, John Cena and The Bella Twins worked a very normal 9-5. 9The Undertaker worked a normal 9-5 before he made it in the WWECredit: WWE Of course, now they've all made millions from wrestling they won't be returning to these roles anytime soon. Even The Undertaker, who announced his retirement last month, wouldn't even consider going back to his previous employment. Here's what they all did. THE UNDERTAKER Mark Calaway, better known as The Deadman, made his debut 30 years ago in the WWE (when it was...
    In a recent interview with Metro.co.uk, WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair revealed his thoughts on the WrestleMania match fought between The Undertaker and Roman Reigns. Contrary to the belief of the majority, Ric Flair feels that the match was a big success. He thinks that WWE had a huge opportunity coming out of that match but failed to capitalize on it. “All I thought about was, ‘God dang, Roman just got the hottest tag in the history of the business!’ To me, when Mark hauled up his stuff, put it in the middle of the ring, and walked out. The next day, on Raw, Roman couldn’t talk!” Ric Flair thinks that WWE succeeded in bringing out the emotion...
    THE UNDERTAKER hit out at WWE for getting rid of his character - but CM Punk believes there is "no way" he has really retired. The 55-year-old announced his shock decision in June, claiming he has "no desire to return to the ring". 3The Undertaker criticised WWE for getting rid of his American Bad A** character too earlyCredit: WWE But in an interview with ComicBook, The Undertaker slammed the promotion for axing his American Bad A** role too early. Mark Calaway, who played both, felt hard done by the decision with the American Bad A** character scrapped after just a year in 2001 as he returned to being The Undertaker. He said: "I think we cut that off....
    The Undertaker is one of the greatest superstars ever to set foot in a WWE ring, but his retirement came about with very little fanfare. During the last episode Undertaker: The Last Ride, he expressed his desire to never get into a wrestling ring again. Many superstars and wrestling personalities expressed their gratitude to him for his years of excellence, but CM Punk doesn’t believe that the legend is over. Punk had two classic rivalries against The Undertaker during their time together in WWE. At WrestleMania 29, Punk became another notch on Taker’s belt during the iconic “Streak.” The two superstars brought forth the best in one another, and neither still competes in the ring now. On the latest episode...
    In a recent interview, WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair talked about his match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania X-8. Flair revealed the thoughts that ran through his mind before facing “The Deadman” and how he planned to play out his moves. “You heard all these things about having a wrestling match with Taker? That’s so far off, you know what I mean? Taker is the all-time Phenom and my job out there is just to make him look like who he is,” says Flair. Flair has revealed in past interviews that he was very nervous facing The Undertaker and felt in over his head. The pressure of facing “The Phenom” at WrestleMania was getting to him. His main...
    The Undertaker recently announced his retirement from WWE. He had decided that he will not return for a final match and is content with the Boneyard match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania as his last fight. Hearing this many times before, WWE fans still cannot get over the fact that The Deadman will not return to the ring ever again. There have been various opinions that The Undertaker may make his return, or that an opponent may challenge him again. However, the retirement seems more official than ever, and Taker himself has clarified it over Instagram again. In a recent post of his wife, Michelle McCool, a fan asked whether he would compete in the ring again. The Undertaker...
    Recently, SmackDown put out a heartfelt tribute for The Undertaker. This particular episode was better received than the average Friday Night SmackDown.  The WWE has been in the midst of a general slump in ratings. This was prevalent even before the global lockdown was enforced. Many factors like underwhelming talent, dry and cheesy storylines and bad executive decisions have all contributed to the slump. The fact that major talent from WWE has exited has also not helped out in any way either. However, the recently aired Friday Night SmackDown may have been a sign of change in the near future. The Boneyard Match, between The Undertaker and AJ Styles, which took place at WrestleMania 36 was aired again. ...
    World Wrestling Entertainment star The Undertaker (L) competes against Goldberg (C) during the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Super Showdown event in the Saudi Red Sea port city of Jeddah late on January 7, 2019. (Photo by Amer HILABI / AFP) (Photo credit should read AMER HILABI/AFP/Getty Images) Jeff Hardy defeats Baron Corbin in the main event on Friday night. This has been a tough week for the WWE and professional wrestling. While stories of various forms of harassment have come out via the #SpeakingOut movement, the WWE was forced to deal with the realization that it is efforts to combat COVID-19 were not enough. News broke on Monday that multiple individuals had contracted the condition within the WWE Performance Center....
    A lot of changes have been made on WWE television lately, and the trend is continuing for this week’s Friday Night SmackDown. The episode for this week looked to be a good one from the blue brand, but now, it appears to be entirely devoted to a “Tribute To The Undertaker.” Seeing as how the show has changed, it seems the cancellation of a big match for the Intercontinental Championship is no longer happening. AJ Styles won the Intercontinental Title in a great dream match against Daniel Bryan a couple of weeks ago. Last week, Styles lost a non-title match to Matt Riddle, making his main roster debut, and it was also an incredible bout. WWE recently announced that Styles...
    WWE Superstar AJ Styles recently sat down with Sports Illustrated in a tell-all interview, focused on the Boneyard Match at Wrestlemania 36, with The Undertaker. Styles spoke about the entire creative process behind the Boneyard Match, and the way in which the match came to be. This match was a departure from the normal way wrestling matches are executed. Styles spoke about how different it was for him to ‘wrestle’ The Undertaker in the Boneyard. “Everything changed when we were told we were doing a Boneyard match. All the ideas we had were thrown out the window, they just weren’t going to work.” Styles revealed that he and The Undertaker could not see this match as a normal...
    The real name of “The Undertaker” is Mark William Calaway | AMER HILABI / . The professional wrestling legend known as The Undertaker has left such a deep mark on this discipline that until today no one stops talking about it, much less now with the premiere of the WWE documentary “The Last Ride” which is focused on his life; and with the announcement of his retirement. Here are five curiosities you probably didn’t know about the longest-standing wrestler in WWE’s company (1990-2020): 2014 was not a good year for this iconic character and he left the ring after losing his undefeated position at WrestleMania at the hands of Brock Lesnar, his rival par excellence. But far from...
    Most of the wrestling fandom is now aware of the story behind Roman Reigns vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33. Through ‘Undertaker- The Last Ride’, we all got the opportunity to peer into Mark Calaway’s mind, and we’ve seen how much of an impact the match had on him. Mark (The Undertaker) believed he let Roman and the fans down in the ring, something which haunted him for an entire year. Recently, Reigns also opened up about the WrestleMania 33 main event, and how it affected him going forward, as a performer. Reigns spoke about his experience immediately after the match, and how disappointed he was after it. “I just sat in one of these little chairs and cried....
    The Undertaker opened up about the time he almost broke his neck in a match against Goldberg at Super ShowDown 2019. He spoke of it on the final episode of his documentary ‘The Last Ride’ and about how it affected him. In a moment during the match, Goldberg lifted The Undertaker in the air to deliver a Jackhammer but executed it poorly. This made Taker land on his head instead of his back. The entire WWE Universe was in shock. The accident could have resulted in a fatal injury to The Undertaker and he knew it.
    WWE legend The Undertaker has taken to social media to thank fans after announcing his retirement from pro wrestling. The 55-year-old announced the decision during the final episode of his documentary, The Last Ride. 2 The Undertaker posted a thank you tweet saluting his fans And having gathered hordes of devoted fans down the years the American, real name Mark Calaway, felt the need to show his immense gratitude. He posted a picture of himself posing on a stage with his fist aloft in front of a packed venue. And he captioned it simply: "#ThankYou". His fans subsequently rushed to salute their hero. One wrote: "Thank You Legend , it was a great run". And another said: "You’ll be missed. #ThankYouTaker"....
    The Undertaker recently sat down with Mario Lopez, along with his family. He spoke about his matchup with John Cena at WrestleMania 34, and how his family had reacted to it. Mark Calaway (the man behind The Undertaker) revealed that his daughter was a huge Cena fan and that she was sad when the Superstar was beaten by her own father. The John Cena match was The Undertaker’s return to form. After a lackluster performance against Roman Reigns the year before, The Undertaker was now back to his old self, after a hip replacement surgery. The Cena match was Mark’s announcement to the world that The Phenom was back, at least for the near future. ALSO READ– The...
    The latest episode of The Last Ride seemingly saw The Undertaker seemingly retire from in-ring competition, but the superstar might not be done after all. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, the legendary performer suggested that he hasn’t called it quits just yet. According to The Undertaker, if he sees his name on the bill, his “goal” will be to go out and “steal the show.” This suggests that he’ll wrestle again if he’s asked to, but he also stated that his body isn’t as up to the task as it used to be. “Physically, it’s becoming harder and harder to do what I do. My mind is saying yes, but my body is saying, ‘Slow your roll.’ There’s got...
    The final chapter of Undertaker: The Last Ride revealed an expected truth that no wrestling fans have been dreading for quite some time. The Last Ride certainly is one of the most viewed shows ever on the WWE network. Mark Calaway has not only played The Deadman character with perfection. He has protected it outside the ring with all his might. The Last Ride is the most trending show currently as everyone wants to know who the real Undertaker is. The documentary saw Calaway  pouring himself out there for the fans He spoke about his highs, lows, his greatest matches, his worst matches, his personal life, and much more. The most important is the WWE Universe got to know and...
    “The Undertaker” says goodbye to his 55 years | JP Yim / . The legendary wrestling character “Undertaker” announced his retirement from wrestling and said goodbye forever to WWE. The news caused deep pain among his fans around the world. For many, his farewell has left a great void, despite the fact that the character himself asserted that “Never say never.” However, the tweet published by WWE confirmed that the decision has weight. “At this point in my career I have no desire to go back into a ring. I no longer have ring slopes” – The Undertaker in his documentary #TheLastRideGoodbye to one of the greatest of all time. pic.twitter.com/N26OZyAgfN – WWE in Spanish (#EpytaNdeRogape?) (@FansWWE_es) June 21, 2020...
    THE UNDERTAKER revealed he was left heartbroken after brother Timothy died of a heart attack during WrestleMania 36 filming. Taker wrestled AJ Styles in a Boneyard match at Mania - which took eight hours to film. 2 The Undertaker revealed he was left heartbroken after brother Timothy died of a heart attack during WrestleMania 36 filming 2 The wrestler's brother died of a heart attack aged 63 During episode five of the wrestler's Last Ride series on the WWE Network, the 55-year-old opened up about the death of his brother. Taker - real name Mark Calaway - said after visiting the site of the Boneyard match the day before filming started, he received a call from his niece while driving...
    THE UNDERTAKER has revealed the four WWE stars he thinks would be worthy of gracing a WWE version of Mount Rushmore. It comes after Dana White named Amanda Nunes, Chuck Liddell, Royce Gracie and Jon Jones in the list of fighters on the UFC's fictional Rushmore. 1 And after WWE legend Taker - real name Mark Calaway - was asked by Comic Book who he would have represent pro wrestling's elite, he chose Andre The Giant, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan and Stone Cold Steve Austin. Leaving out The Rock, he said: "You've got to have Flair. You got to have Hogan. Stone Cold. "That fourth one's tough. It could be Harley [Race]. It could be Dusty [Rhodes]. It could be...
    Wrestling star The Undertaker has hinted at plans to retire after a career spanning three decades. The 52-year-old, whose real name is Mark Calaway, said in a recent documentary that there was "nothing left for [him] to conquer". His words have led to an outpouring of support from fans and fellow wrestlers on social media. But neither Mr Calaway nor the WWE have formally announced his retirement from the league. The Dead Man, as he is nicknamed, made the comments during the new WWE biopic The Last Ride. He spoke about his most recent match against wrestler AJ Styles, which ended with him burying his opponent and riding away on a motorcycle "It was a perfect moment. You don't...
    Mark William Calaway – the name sounds unfamiliar? Well, how about The Undertaker then? That one sounds known, right? Having begun his career in 1987, The Undertaker finally announced his retirement from professional wrestling on June 22, 2020, thus marking an end to a glorious chapter in wrestling. Even if you are a person who is a fan of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), will have heard of this popular wrestler, whose brutal takedowns of opponents and his gothic, ‘dead’ly antics make him a standout in this field. The Undertaker Announces Retirement: From Failing to Become WWE Grand Slam Champion to Choking Kurt Angle Almost to Death, Here Are 5 Lesser-Known Facts About The Deadman. And if you are a Bollywood fan...
    He will undertake no more. The legendary wrestling star known only as The Undertaker has announced his intention to retire from wrestling, as revealed in the concluding episode to his 5-part docuseries The Last Ride on Sunday. The 55-year-old professional wrestler, born Mark William Calaway, said in the episode that he has 'no desire to return to the ring,' adding that he feels he has reached the 'perfect ending' for his career in the world of the wrestling. Macabre: Legendary wrestling star The Undertaker has announced his intention to retire from wrestling, as revealed in the concluding episode to his docuseries The Last Ride on Sunday; seen here in 2011 But for his droves of fans, The Undertaker did allow...
    The Undertaker appears to be finally hanging up the boots, as the legendary WWE Superstar has just announced he has “no desire” to ever compete in a wrestling ring again. The veteran performer, whose real name is Mark Calaway, has been the subject of the new five-part docuseries, Undertaker: The Last Ride on WWE Network. In the newly-debuted final episode, the Undertaker revealed that his WrestleMania 36 match against A.J. Styles from earlier this year has left him with the perfect opportunity to ride off into the sunset. “At this point in my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring. I’m at a point, it’s time this cowboy really rides away,” the 55-year-old said on The...
    The Undertaker could lastly be retired from WWE. Possibly. The 55-year-old wrestling legend stated within the remaining episode of “The Final Trip” documentary on WWE Community that he doesn’t intend to wrestle one other match, however he left the door ajar for a return. He final confronted AJ Kinds at WrestleMania 36 in a “Boneyard Match,” which was filmed in a cinematic model after the occasion was scaled down due to the coronavirus. “There was numerous thought, numerous emotion that went by means of my head, a kind of being, ‘Are you cheerful sufficient with that?’ It was only a highly effective second, and also you don’t at all times essentially get these. Man, if there was ever an...
    The Undertaker may finally be retired from WWE. Maybe. The 55-year-old wrestling legend said in the final episode of “The Last Ride” documentary on WWE Network that he doesn’t intend to wrestle another match, but he left the door ajar for a return. He last faced AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 in a “Boneyard Match,” which was filmed in a cinematic style after the event was scaled down because of the coronavirus. “There was a lot of thought, a lot of emotion that went through my head, one of those being, ‘Are you happy enough with that?’ It was just a powerful moment, and you don’t always necessarily get those. Man, if there was ever a perfect ending to a...
    On the latest edition of WWE After the Bell with Corey Graves, The Undertaker speaks about his great memories with WWE Hall of Famer Yokozuna. Yokozuna had a very short career in WWE which lasted for four years. In that short stint, Yokozuna had some dream momentsHe was a two time then WWF champion, 2-time tag team champion, Royal Rumble winner.Yokozuna had historic victories against Hulk Hogan and Bret hart. The Phenom and Yokozuna were close friends outside the ring. Just like the famous Kliq. Yokozuna and Undertaker were part of a backstage group called Bone Street Krewe. B.S.K also consisted of James Harrison, Savio Vega, Henry Godwinn, The Godfather, Mideon, Brian Adams, Rikishi, Paul Bearer, and Mr. Fuji. ...
    The Undertaker may finally be retired from WWE. Maybe. The 55-year-old wrestling legend said in the final episode of “The Last Ride” documentary on WWE Network that he doesn’t intend to wrestle another match, but he left the door ajar for a return. He last faced AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 in a “Boneyard Match,” which was filmed in a cinematic style after the event was scaled down because of the coronavirus. “There was a lot of thought, a lot of emotion that went through my head, one of those being, ‘Are you happy enough with that?’ It was just a powerful moment, and you don’t always necessarily get those. Man, if there was ever a perfect ending to a...
    A lot of revelations were made about the Phenom in his documentary ‘The Last Ride’. Undertaker has had a career which many can only dream of. He was recently in an interview with Comicbook, where he talked about his documentary among many other things. Undertaker on Superstars protecting their character In the interview, Taker was asked his views on whether wrestlers should go back to protecting their characters or if it isn’t possible anymore. Taker responded saying he’s had the conversation a lot with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon as well as Triple H and Shawn Michaels. He mentions how it’s hard for him to see Superstars portraying a gimmick on stage and totally contradict it off stage, i.e, on social...
    D-Generation X versus The Brothers of Destruction in Saudi Arabia was doomed from the start, and Triple H could sense it. “I remember getting ready to walk out there and no matter what doubts I have, by the time I’m at Gorilla [position] and we’re ready to go, like I’m in game mode. No pun intended,” Triple H, whose nickname is “The Game”, said in a phone interview. “I’m there and I’m focused — this is gonna kick ass, we’re gonna take this thing and go with it. It doesn’t always go that way, but that’s my mindset. That is honestly one of the matches that I can tell you going to the ring I was thinking, ‘Please don’t let...
    D-Era X versus The Brothers of Destruction in Saudi Arabia was doomed from the beginning, and Triple H might sense it. “I keep in mind on the point of stroll on the market and it doesn’t matter what doubts I’ve, by the point I’m at Gorilla [position] and we’re able to go, like I’m in sport mode. No pun meant,” Triple H, whose nickname is “The Sport”, mentioned in a telephone interview. “I’m there and I’m targeted — that is gonna kick ass, we’re gonna take this factor and go along with it. It doesn’t all the time go that means, however that’s my mindset. That’s actually one of many matches that I can inform you going to the...
    D-Generation X versus The Brothers of Destruction in Saudi Arabia was doomed from the start, and Triple H could sense it. “I remember getting ready to walk out there and no matter what doubts I have, by the time I’m at Gorilla [position] and we’re ready to go, like I’m in game mode. No pun intended,” Triple H, whose nickname is “The Game”, said in a phone interview. “I’m there and I’m focused — this is gonna kick ass, we’re gonna take this thing and go with it. It doesn’t always go that way, but that’s my mindset. That is honestly one of the matches that I can tell you going to the ring I was thinking, ‘Please don’t let...
    Few WWE performers have had the rivalry and relationship with The Undertaker that Paul “Triple H” Levesque has. Ahead of the final episode of the docuseries “The Last Ride” (Sunday, 10 a.m., WWE Network), Levesque talks with The Post’s Joseph Staszewski about Mark Calaway and their experiences together. (Edited for clarity and length) Q: How would you characterize your relationship with The Undertaker? A: We have a close relationship that I think was built on mutual respect for each other, but also I think we have a lot in common from a human being standpoint, the way we look at things, the way we approach things. I think there is also an understanding of, we were, it sounds cliche, a...