First seen at the 1990 Survivor Series, Undertaker was introduced as the final member of Ted Di Biase's "Million Dollar Team." Since then he has come to be a multiple time WWE and World Heavyweight Champion, and maintained a Wrestle Mania undefeated streak that stands at an impressive 17-0.The Deadman has defeated such Superstars as Randy Orton, Triple H, "Sycho" Sid, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Bret "Hitman" Hart and Jake "The Snake" Roberts to earn his many titles and keep his Wrestle Mania streak intact.From Yokozuna to Kane to Edge, Undertaker always finds a way to claim the souls of those who have wronged him.In addition to his solo success, Undertaker has been quite the team player throughout his career.The Undertaker from "WWE Smack Down," whose real name is Mark Calaway, is a professional wrestler and one of the WWE Superstars featured on the program.From the moment his signature gong fills the air, The Undertaker captivates WWE fans by his mere presence.In fact, the Big Red Monster is the ally-turned-adversary (and often back again) that Undertaker continuously comes to crosses with.
He has even earned multiple World Tag Team Championships, standing alongside the likes of The Rock, Stone Cold, Big Show and his own brother, Kane.The Deadman from Death Valley is usually a man of few words, but he can intimidate even the toughest WWE Superstars with just one glance.His somber persona has been a terrifying trademark of WWE for nearly two decades and no list of WWE all-time greats can be considered complete without Undertaker.They've been opponents at multiple Wrestle Manias, but they've also held the World Tag Team Championship together; a true theme for brothers in all walks of life. Aside from being the originator of the Tombstone Piledriver, he has also taken part in the inaugural Hell in a Cell Match—against Shawn Michaels in October 1997—as well as the first-ever Casket Match, which saw him defeat Kamala at Survivor Series 1992.
In October 2007, The Deadman also became the first man to break free from The Great Khali's Vise Grip to defeat the 7-foot-3, 420-pound colossus as well.Throughout his time in WWE, Undertaker has notoriously disappeared for months at a time; often thought dead and "resting in peace," The Phenom always mysteriously returns to the ring to seek vengeance against those who have sent him away.