WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker is one of the iconic stars of the pro-wrestling. He is currently retired from professional wrestling and he called it a day in 2020. He made a farewell appearance at that year’s Survivor Series, 30 years to the day from his on-screen debut for the company at the same pay-per-view.
The Undertaker refuses to sign a list of things
Megacon has released a press release outlining which products The Undertaker would not sign during his attendance. Fitterman Sports will have him in Orlando on May 21 for a signing. 1991 trading cards and WWE/WWF event tickets are among the items he will not sign. There was no explanation given.
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**UNDERTAKER WILL NOT SIGN ANY TRADING CARDS FROM 1991
**UNDERTAKER WILL NOT SIGN ANY WWE/WWF EVENT TICKETS
**NO PERSONALIZATIONS OR OTHER INSCRIPTIONS OFFERED
APPEARING: Saturday, 11:00am – 3:00pm
During his active career under The Undertaker gimmick, Calaway won the WWF/E Championship four times, the World Heavyweight Championship three times, the Hardcore Championship once and the World Tag Team Championship six times. He also won the Royal Rumble match in 2007. He is one of WWE’s most prolific pay-per-view performers who has headlined several pay-per-view events and most importantly several WrestleMania events.
The former WWE star Tank Toland recently recalled the time that his former tag team partner locked The Undertaker and several other superstars in a bathroom. Toland, formerly known as James D*ck, worked alongside Chad D*ck as The D*cks on SmackDown in 2005. As part of his main-roster initiation, Chad was encouraged by some superstars to prove himself by legitimately punching his tag partner.
Speaking on Cafe de Rene, Toland said Chad was willing to do what his co-workers asked simply because he wanted to fit in. Feeling under pressure, he locked The Undertaker & Co. in a bathroom so they could not see him pleading with Toland to take a punch.
“I remember ‘Taker telling the story the next day to some of the other guys I heard,” Toland said. “And he’s like, ‘Yeah, so we were going to open the door. I opened the door… it doesn’t open. The little b*****d locked us in!’ Get this s***, they all started f***ing laughing that he got one over on them. So he went from down here, totally freaking buried, to over like a motherf*****.”
The Undertaker last appeared on WWE programming when he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before WrestleMania 38.