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The 7 sins of The Undertaker

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Even the most respected man in sports entertainment has a very sinful past.

Who knows sin better than the prince of darkness and evil?

Smackdown completes a grand total of 900 episodes, in the week leading up to Survivor Series. To celebrate this grand occasion, Vince McMahon called upon his trusted lieutenant- Mark Calaway, also known as The Undertaker, to show up and make the special evening truly grand.

Considering that The Undertaker is not only one of the most trusted men in the history of the business but also universally respected and admired by everyone backstage, why would Vince choose anyone else? Moreover, The Undertaker served as the locker room leader for many years, when he was still a full-time performer with the company.

However, as is often the case, even the most virtuous men are bound to sin. Here are 7 such instances of our beloved Deadman, ‘The Undertaker’, unleashing the darkness within him...upon the world at large. 

Presenting the 7 sins of The Undertaker.


#7 Wrath: Burying C.M. Punk because of his clothes 

Ever wonder why Punk would quit and enter the octagon?

As the leader of the locker room, The Undertaker was, unofficially, the disciplinarian backstage.

So when C.M. Punk won the world championship in 2009, The Undertaker took him aside and told him that Punk does not dress like a champion, while on the road. Punk, not one to take criticism lying down, asked why Cena was allowed to get away with the same.

We all know how John Cena dresses, while on the road or in the ring. Anyway, The Undertaker would take this as an insult, and make Punk drop the title to him at Hell in a Cell!

Not the perfect man we thought he was, eh?

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