There's no denying that The Undertaker is one of the greatest wrestlers of all time - a tenaciously gifted in-ring performer whose skills are nevertheless eclipsed by the brilliance of his character.
Taker, real name Mark Calaway, has intentionally kept himself concealed in a cloak of enigma for the majority of his career, only truly breaking character in recent times, and most decisively in the brilliant The Last Ride documentary series.
As a result, there's a ton of fascinating information about 'Taker's life and career that has likely passed most fans by, from his uneasy origins to his role in the creation of a certain iconic wrestling move, and everything in-between.
As much as the success of The Undertaker has been a result of his fierce commitment to the character, now that it seems 'Taker's time in the ring is done - probably, anyway - fans are eager for him to unload every last morsel of dishy backstage gossip.
But for now, here's what you need to know about the intimate life and impossibly epic career of the man, the myth, the legend...
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