Survivor Series 1990.
The Undertaker made his WWE debut on this night, as a part of Ted Dibiase's team. This was a time when over the top characters were a norm. The character took off as no one had possibly imagined, and The Undertaker became a WWE mainstay for the next three decades. He defeated Jimmy Snuka at WrestleMania 7, a victory that kick-started The Undertaker's legendary undefeated WrestleMania streak. The Deadman went on to win his next 21 WrestleMania matches, until Brock Lesnar defeated him at WrestleMania 30.
The Undertaker's illustrious career has seen him innumerable deliver 5-star classics, but there's another aspect of him that has consistently terrified his opponents: the mind games. Over the course of the past 30 years, we have seen The Undertaker play a string of deadly mind games on his opponents. Let's take a look at 5 of those in the list below.
#5 The Undertaker takes Teddy Long for a ride
At Breaking Point 2009, The Undertaker was on the receiving end of a conspiracy, which saw CM Punk, referee Scott Armstrong, and Teddy Long recreating the infamous Montreal incident from 1997. This led to The Undertaker failing to win the World title from CM Punk.
A segment on SmackDown saw Long entering a limousine, only to find out that The Undertaker was driving the vehicle. A terrified Long screamed, as smoke began filling inside the backside of the car. The limo could be seen leaving the arena, with smoke, as well as Teddy's screams, coming out of the car. The following week, Long was brought to the ring in a coffin, soon after which he legalized Undertaker's Hell's Gate submission move, which had been banned for a while.