Chris Jericho once claimed that The Undertaker was WWE's answer to Madonna. Those were bold words indeed from Y2J, but he didn't mean that 'The Deadman' was fond of turning up the radio and cranking out a full on Vogue routine; no, what he meant by that was that the legend had found a way to evolve with the times, remaining as relevant to WWE as Madonna has to the music scene.
'Adaptation' and 'evolution' are two words commonly associated with 'Taker as 'The Man From The Dark Side' spent most of his career reinventing himself so that he could remain at the forefront of an ever-evolving company, ensuring that a relic from the 'eat-your-vitamins-and-say-your-prayers-brother' era stayed fresh and relevant as time rolled on.
'The Phenom' has enjoyed one hell of a successful career, taking souls, digging holes and dominating the competition for 30 bloody years, but none of that would have been possible if he didn't learn to switch it up every once in a while. And there were a lot of gimmick refreshers in those three decades.
With all of that in mind, let's revisit what is probably the greatest career in wrestling history and rank all of The Undertaker's gimmicks and personas from worst to best.