The Undertaker (Mark Callaway) is a Professional wrestler who has worked for WWE for over 20 years. He holds the record for being 21-0 at Wrestlemania before finally being defeated after 2 decades by Brock Lesnar (accompanied by Paul Heyman). Undertaker is the only wrestler still working for the WWE to have appeared on the very first episode of Monday Night Raw. Since Fall 2010 he has been semi-retired, but has still appeared for a several week build-up and eventual match at WrestleMania every year.
- The Chokeslam
- The Last Ride
- Tombstone Pile-driver
- Hell's Gate
Video game appearances
The Undertaker has appeared in his many costumes throughout the years as a wrestler in video games. He has voiced many of them, featuring taunts, promo cut-scenes and encounters. Despite his uncommon speed and agility for a man his height and weight (6 foot 10, 300 pounds), Undertaker is normally bound to the powerful but slow character type in video games.
Undertaker (and Paul Bearer) had a prominent role in WWE All Stars featuring as the World Heavyweight Champion in the Path of Champions mode. This path is unique as the wrestlers that the player must face on the way to Undertaker are all from the legends half of the game. He has two costumes selectable in All Stars, his third costume (Deadman Purple) and his eighth costume (Deadman/MMA combination).
In WWF Warzone for the Nintendo 64, the Undertaker would taunt the player by saying "The end is near." He would follow this threat by drawing his hand across his throat. In WWF Wrestlemania for the SNES, the Undertaker was also able to throw "spirits" at his opponent and could do a "shadow" choke slam, similar to Mortal Kombat character Johnny Cage's "shadow kick."