The Undertaker WWE Quiz


No character in WWE history is more iconic than The Undertaker. How much do you know about “The Phenom” and his 30 years of collecting souls and digging holes? Here are 30 questions to honor the legacy of “The Deadman”:

  1. Mind your heads. No piledriver will ever be as iconic as the Deadman’s.


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  2. A gong…A pop from the crowd…Lights out…Louder pop.

    It never gets old. Although, just one time, it would have been hilarious to see Taker run full speed down the ramp at a house show instead of his slow walk. Just to troll the fans.


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  3. November 19, 1990. The Undertaker was introduced by Ted DiBiase and made his way to the ring as the mystery man for the Survivor Series match.


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  4. Brother Love accompanied him through a stunned crowd.

    I’ve watched wrestling since 2014 and just now realized that’s Bruce Prichard’s face. Bruce Prichard is Brother Love…Bruce Wayne is Batman…my whole life is a lie.


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  5. A truly underrated finish. Not too many wrestlers have a pin that is also a taunt. Plus, there is nothing better than the Deadman’s shock when an opponent actually kicks out.


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  6. “The Fly” Snuka took a nasty finisher from Taker to lose at Mania. The streak begins!


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  7. Fans were in shock at Wrestlemania 30 when the ref counted to three. “The Streak” is over, but its end will live on as one of the most shocking moments in sports entertainment history.


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  8. A true O.G. in the wrestling world, Paul carried the urn while Taker carried opponents and crushed them. The two men were a match made in hell.


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  9. It’s important to stay fresh in the world of wrestling, and whether fans liked it or not, the American Badass persona was a gutsy risk over keeping things rollin’, rollin’, rollin’.


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  10. Watching a man freefall from the top of a cell is frightening, but that didn’t stop Taker from yeeting Mankind into a table and almost breaking him in half.


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  11. Many wrestling fans believe this was the greatest match of all time. It was a simple build up between two legends for the biggest stage.


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  12. Taker took on AJ Styles in a cinematic Boneyard Match that won the “Slammy” for Match of the Year. The Deadman got to ride off into the night one last time.


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  13. “Buckle up, Teddy!”

    I hate that some fans think this was cheesy. The man is an undead, magic-powered wrestler…but him in a limo kidnapping the General Manager is cheesy? Give me a break.


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  14. WWE has had many cool tricks and effects in the past (maybe a future BuzzFeed List?) and pretending to bury Paul in cement was excellent. That’s coming from someone who is claustrophobic.


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  15. There is something truly beautiful about a crowd of hundreds of thousands saluting with a raised fist along with Taker. He is thanking fans and the fans are thanking him.


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  16. Taker can walk on the ropes, but it would be very out-of-character to watch the Phenom leaping off the top turn buckle, elbow high in the air. Heck, even when he does a dive it is terrifying.


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  17. A fantastic five-part docuseries chronicling the final years of The Undertaker. If The Last Dance didn’t come out the same year, this would have been what everyone talked about. Getting a chance to see behind the scenes of any wrestler is always a treat, never mind one of the greatest.


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  18. One of the weirder themed Manias in history, but the Undertaker coming out on a chariot with a vulture at his side worked well.


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  19. A mocking taunt to opponents, but in most cases, him signaling to the crowd that the tombstone was coming and so was the end of the match.


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  20. I think everyone in their lifetime has tried to sit up without using their arms. Just another day on the job for Taker.


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  21. Again, the practical ideas WWE comes up with *chef’s kiss*. On Raw, Taker decided to send an eerie message to Diesel. That dummy gave plenty of 90’s kids nightmares.


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  22. The “Big Red Machine” survived the fire and came back to take on his brother in 1997.


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  23. Triple H took on Taker inside Hell in a Cell with his best friend, and rival to Taker, as the special guest referee. One of the best “Streak’s Over” fake outs was featured in this match.


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  24. One of the most underrated returns and pops of all-time. Taker was promoted to return, so all eyes and all the excitement was there…but then fans hear “time to play the game” and lose their minds. Taker’s reaction/acting is A+ when Hunter’s music hits.


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  25. These two rivals have put on show-stopping performances with each other dating back to the steel structure’s conception in 1997.


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  26. Trick question. Shane-O-Mac jumped off the structure and into a table, missing an evading Taker.


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  27. Mania “X8” didn’t just feature “icon vs. icon” The Rock vs, Hulk Hogan…Flair stepped into the ring with Taker in a bloody brawl.


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  28. What’s better than this? Brothers being tag partners. No doubt they raised some hell together.


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  29. Spooky vs. spooky. A Taker match in broad daylight was unique to witness, but the perfect return match for the Deadman.


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  30. One of the most respected men in the industry and gave fans over three decades of his life to entertain.


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