"...from Death Valley, I give you The Undertaker."
At the 1990 Survivor Series, the world witnessed the debut of a future legend. The man who walked through those curtains that night became the greatest superstar to ever step foot inside a WWE ring.
That man's name was Mark Calaway, but he is known to wrestling fans as The Undertaker.
When The Undertaker was introduced by Ted DiBiase, many people weren't ready for what was about to happen to the wrestling world.
There stood a man who had a mysterious look to him, almost never took damage from his opponents and walked very slowly.
As years went by, The Undertaker slowly made an impact on the wrestling business. From having great feuds, great matches, the greatest gimmick and the greatest streak, he slowly gained respect from wrestling fans.
In the 21 years Taker has been in the WWE, he made the Deadman gimmick legendary. He himself improved his promos, improved his move-set and changed the gimmick itself.
Throughout his legendary career, Taker won many championships, had many classic matches and has remained undefeated WrestleMania.
In the last couple of years, many fans have speculated that the Deadman's career may be coming to an end. As we all saw at WrestleMania 28, he still has it after all these years.
Even after all the surgeries he has had, The Undertaker hasn't lost a step in the ring. And he still manages to have fans on the edge of their seat during his matches.
Not many wrestlers can say they have great matches at the age of 47. Only a few superstars are able to do that, and The Undertaker is definitely on the top of that list.
From his debut in the WWE, to his gimmick, to his legendary WrestleMania streak, The Undertaker's career has been through a lot.
Now I look back to see what makes The Undertaker special. Not only in the WWE, but in the eyes of many wrestling fans, including myself.