3 WWE Superstars The Undertaker is friends with, and 2 he probably isn't
The Undertaker is possibly the greatest character in wrestling history.
Debuting at the 1990 Survivor Series as part of the Million Dollar Team, The Deadman was dominant in his debut year, beginning his WrestleMania streak in 1991, and capturing the WWF Championship a year after his debut.
A fixture of WWE for nearly 30 years, The Phenom has seen hundreds of Superstars come and go during his tenure, and has feuded with some of the very best in WWE history.
So it makes sense that being such a staple of WWE, the Demon of Death Valley has made plenty of friends in the wrestling world, which have gone on to become lifelong friends outside of the squared circle, while there have also been some Superstars who got on the Deadman's bad side.
Here are three WWE Superstars The Undertaker is friends with, and two he probably isn't.
#3 Is friends with: JBL
After winning the WWE Championship in 2004, John 'Bradshaw' Layfield found himself thrown in the deep end, feuding with the recently resurrected Undertaker.
Facing off at Summerslam, and later at No Mercy in the first ever 'Last Ride' match, it would seem the two were the fiercest of rivals, with Bradshaw using every method to retain the gold.
The truth is that these two are actually close friends, with JBL even being one of the Deadman's Groomsmen when the Phenom tied the knot with fellow Superstar Michelle McCool.
Appearing in photos together, it was a bizarre sight to see the Deadman in a suit, nevermind the fact that he was hugging the man who had sent him on his last ride in 2004.