Back in his days with World Championship Wrestling, The Undertaker was a big, athletic, mid-card performer trying to make his way into main-event status.
However, it did not work out, and as he arrived to the WWE in the early 90's, he was given a character that was one of the many "over-the-top cartoon characters" that Vince Mc Mahon preferred, but fans and people hated.
Many felt that the character would not be successful later on.
But as years would pass, the character went through many different changes and adaptations, which made The Undertaker more unique, mysterious, and most of all, feared by other superstars in the WWE locker room.
Mark Lucas Callaway was born on March 24, 1962 in Houston, TX. Before becoming a pro wrestler, he was robbed by a crooked wrestling trainer.
Despite that setback, he was later trained by Don Jardine and made his debut in 1988. By the summer of 1990, he left WCW and signed with the World Wrestling Federation.
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