The Undertaker is synonymous with the word spooky. The Deadman sends shivers down the spine of his opponents and had fans believing he really was an undead wrestler. No man captivated audiences better than the Undertaker. As good as he was in the ring, he is even better at being a father.

Undertaker’s daughter dressed up as the Deadman


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Former WWE Divas’ Champion and the wife of the Undertaker, Michelle McCool, posted a heartwarming picture of Taker celebrating Halloween with their daughter. Their daughter Kaia is now eight years old, and eight-year-olds love trick-or-treating. This Halloween, she decided to dress up as her father.

McCool posted an adorable picture of Kaia dressed up in an Undertaker costume. The costume is hilariously overdone with Kaia donning an Undertaker mask that is definitely too big for her tiny skull. She poses alongside her father while grabbing his throat, mimicking his signature move, the Chokeslam.

Taker completes 30 years in wrestling

The Undertaker is celebrating thirty years in wrestling at Survivor Series 2020. In these amazing thirty years, he has accomplished everything there is to accomplish.

His 21-0 undefeated streak at WrestleMania is an unachievable feat. He was won the Royal Rumble, been a multi-time World Champion and is a certified WWE Hall of Famer.

Undertaker married Michelle McCool in 2010 shortly after he retired Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 26. The couple’s daughter Kaia was born in August 2012. It was at this time his limited schedule began to wear him down. Soon, a couple of appearances a year became standalone appearances at WrestleMania.

Undertaker- A Halloween icon

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For whom the bell tolls

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The Undertaker costume is one of the most popular ones during Halloween every year. This year, the choices are aplenty with The Fiend, The Demon Finn Balor, Darby Allin, Shotzi Blackheart and even freshly squeezed, Orange Cassidy.

Undertaker’s aura made him a living legend in WWE. It is ironic that an undead wrestler could become a living legend, but only the Undertaker could make a corny gimmick look like a million bucks.


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His entrances were legendary and his spooky antics were sometimes terrifying and sometimes funny. At his spookiest, Undertaker was rising from gravesites and surviving being buried alive. The man walked out of a coffin that was set on fire by a lightening bolt. The man is equal parts WWE legend and equal parts Halloween icon.

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