In 2000, The Rock was embroiled in a war with The McMahon-Helsmley Regime, and at Judgment Day, The Deadman returned...with the help of Kid Rock's new song, "American Bad Ass" and dropped Triple H with a thunderous chokeslam.
Along with the match, a new catch phrase was born by The American Bad Ass:
"I'll make ya famous!"
After dealing with the last of The Regime and Triple H at WrestleMania X-7, Undertaker focused his attention on the new faction of the WWF—The Two Man Power Trip of Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
But he needed some backup in this war, so he once again joined forces with his brother Kane to form The Brothers of Destruction.
When the WWE was "invaded" by The WCW-ECW Alliance, Taker and his wife, Sara, were involved in a storyline with Diamond Dallas Page.
After dispatching DDP, and following the elimination of The Alliance, Taker returned with a new look and a new attitude simply dubbed as Big Evil.
Among the victims of Big Evil were: The Rock, Jim Ross, RVD, and Tough Enough Winner Maven.
At WrestleMania X-8, he was already embroiled in a war with Ric Flair, which culminated with his 10th victory at WrestleMania.
The feud included a bloody assault on Flair's son, David, at a wrestling school in North Carolina.
After winning the No. 1 Contender's Match at Backlash over Stone Cold Steve Austin, he cost Triple H the WWF Undisputed Championship against Hulk Hogan.
The next month at Judgment Day, he defeated Hogan to become the champion for the fourth time. In the process, he was able to propel Jeff Hardy and John Cena to super stardom.
After losing a Triple Threat Match at Vengeance to The Rock, he was sent to SmackDown to lock horns with new WWF Undisputed Champion, Brock Lesnar a few months later.
After being denied not once but twice, he challenged Vince McMahon to a match at Survivor Series...but it was a Buried Alive Match.
Thanks to interference from Kane, McMahon survived the war and Undertaker was gone from the WWE once again.
At the turn of the new year, during the Royal Rumble, Kane started receiving ominous messages from beyond the grave.
And at WrestleMania XX, The Undertaker returned to his dark ways, defeated Kane and began his climb back to the top of the mountain.