WWE: 11 things nobody wants to admit about The Undertaker

The Undertaker is one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time (probably the greatest). But what are some of the things about his career that fans don’t discuss often enough?

The Undertaker at WWE SmackDown (courtesy of WWE.com).
The Undertaker at WWE SmackDown (courtesy of WWE.com). /
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When you think of the all-time greatest professional wrestlers, The Undertaker has to be at the top of that list. There is no disputing it; the man had what was probably the greatest career in wrestling history, dominating WWE with high-profile feuds and jaw-dropping matches for three decades.

Everybody who grew up watching WWE over the past 30 years has an Undertaker memory for their respective era. Whether you saw his early days as the slow-moving Western Mortician, his start-of-the-century reinvention as the motorcycle-riding American Badass, or his legendary Streak-defending days as The Demon of Death Valley, The Undertaker was a constant in the lives of WWE fans.

The man’s career is so well-documented at this point that it feels like there are no stones unturned. But what are some of the elements of his WWE career that aren’t discussed often enough? What are some of the things that should be talked about more often? And what are some of the storylines he should never have been part of?

Let’s reflect on The Man From The Dark Side’s career by looking at some of the things nobody wants to admit about it.