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With Halloween right around the corner I figured brining back this seasonal series would be a great idea. In pro-wrestling there are sometimes when we see perfect match for a gimmick like Curt Hennig and Mr. Perfect. However, for every Mr. Perfect we have a Red Rooster and good, bad, or indifferent their are some gimmicks though creepy fit the person like a velvet glove. With that being said I think you know were we are going:
To have a series like this fail to mention the legendary figure in the WWE known as The Undertaker would be a crime, because very few if anyone fits that build better then him. Originally debuting as Texas Red down in World Class Championship Wrestling you may not have been able to see his potential in his first against Bruiser Brody, but he stuck with it. World Class took him to Memphis and then to WCW as a member of the Skyscrapers with Danny Spivey for a short time. Shortly after his team with Spivey ended Mark would become one of the first "Paul Heyman Guy's."
Now we have arrived at November 1990, and even though there are plenty of stories about what may have been and who Mark Calaway could've been. It was at this time that history was made, because when Ted DiBiase took the ring at Survivor Series 1990 to announce his mystery partner we were treated to the debut of The Undertaker, and the rest as they say his history. For the next 25 plus years he would keep his ghostly presence over the WWE and step up when needed as the leader of the company. Now we look, but some still remember: