Mark Calaway, aka The Undertaker, is one of the biggest WWE superstars in the history of the company. Taker has spent nearly 30 years in the company. The Deadman has delivered countless memories to the WWE Universe. Over the 30 years, Taker’s look and hairstyle changed numerous times.

Undertaker in the initial stage of his career started with his Western Mortician gimmick. In addition, his first-ever gimmick lasted from November 1990 to January 1994. He wore a black overcoat, a stetson cap, black leather gloves, and boot spats in his initial attire. He had brown hair that was shorter, and his beard looked patchy.


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After that, he returned to WWE as ‘The Deadman.’ One of the most well-known characters in the WWE is of The Deadman.

After retiring his original gimmick, Taker returned with longer hair, a French beard, and hair that was significantly blacker than before. In Addition, his black overcoat wasn’t part of his The DeadMan gimmick. Also, his grey glove color was changed to purple.

In addition, in the mid-1990s, following an orbital bone fracture. The Undertaker was eager to return to the ring as soon as possible.

However, while he was out, WWE designers created a few mask prototypes to protect his eye during the match. Moreover, he came up with his Phantom Of The Opera gimmick, which consisted of a nearly identical costume with the exception of an overcoat and mask.

One of The Undertaker’s most iconic looks is his American Badass gimmick. Taker enters his new persona without his overcoat, hat, or mask. Bandana and black spectacles were part of The Undertaker’s American Badass style. Additionally, his entrance was changed, and he arrived on his motorcycle.

The Undertaker and his appearance in the later years of his career

Taker made an appearance in the middle of his career with an iconic attire that blends many characteristics of Taker’s past while keeping quite simple. This ensemble calls for a singlet, leather pants, boots, and gloves.

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After returning to the ring, he shaved his head, which became one of his most memorable looks. The Deadman chose to shave his hair while maintaining his goatee beard. Taker’s appearance is famous for another reason: it’s the look in which he lost his WrestleMania winning streak against Brock Lesnar.


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For his illustrious 30 years in the company. WWE inducted him into the WWE Hall of Fame. The Hall Of Fame was special because of his speech. Moreover, Taker’s hairstyle attracted a lot of attention. His haircut was similar to the one he wore at WrestleMania 30. The hair was, however, much longer in the center.


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