Why Netflix’s Escape The Undertaker Has WWE Fans So Divided

The Undertaker is one of the most iconic wrestlers to ever enter the squared circle. In fact, most wrestling fans would probably add him to their Mount Rushmore of the all-time great characters in the history of the business. That’s an impressive feat considering that his persona — a supernatural cowboy mortician who occasionally rode motorcycles — is inherently silly. Yet, somehow, The Undertaker made it believable.

Debuting at WWE’s 1990 “Survivor Series” pay-per-view, The Undertaker went on to enjoy an illustrious 30-year career that saw him win numerous titles, headline “WrestleMania” and take part in some classic matches. However, the character will be remembered for being at the center of some of WWE’s wackiest storylines, many of which were supernatural in nature. Whether he was shooting lightning bolts or performing ritualistic sacrifices with his Satanic cult on “Monday Night Raw,” you could always rely on The Undertaker to bring a macabre edge to WWE television.

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