Undertaker and Paul Bearer are two of a kind. The legend of the Undertaker is not complete without the help of Bearer.
It started when Brother Love introduced Bearer as Undertaker's manager in 1990 and since then, they grew into a pairing that could not be stopped.
Of course, in the time that we've known Undertaker and Bearer, we have seen their...friendship...I guess we will call it friendship for the sake of the slide...grow sour on a number of occasions.
The first time was at Summerslam 1996, when Bearer turned his back on Undertaker in favour of Mankind.
The hatred continued to grow over the next year or so as Bearer brought in Undertaker's brother Kane during the first ever "Hell in a Cell" match at Badd Blood in October 1997.
Bearer would come back to Undertaker's side near the end of 1998, when Undertaker turned heel and became the leader of the "Ministry of Darkness" faction. This lasted until Undertaker had to leave television due to an injury.
Undertaker and Bearer made no interaction on television throughout Taker's "American Bad Ass" gimmick.
When Undertaker returned as "The Deadman" at Wrestlemania 20, Bearer returned as well.
The two would be aligned until June 2004, when Bearer was kidnapped by the Dudley Boyz and forced Undertaker into a handicap match at "The Great American Bash" PPV.
The twist on this contest was that Paul Bearer was in a plexi-glass container at the stage in the arena.
If Undertaker didn't do the right thing, then the container housing Bearer would fill with cement.
Undertaker won his match, thus, Bearer's container was filled with cement. Undertaker stopped it before his head was covered. However, Undertaker would turn on him and release the lever, filling the "concrete crypt" the rest of the way, taking bearer off TV.
Bearer would emerge in 2010, to help Undertaker feud with Kane. It was a double cross as Bearer turned on Undertaker at the "Hell in a Cell" PPV and would eventually help Kane bury the Undertaker at the "Bragging Rights" PPV a month later.