The Undertaker, whose real name was Mark William Calaway, has passed away. It has been reported that he has been hospitalized, but this has not been confirmed.
Because of the ‘dead man walking’s frequent resuscitations, it’s possible that he is the inventor of celebrity death hoaxes within the WWE.
The Undertaker’s death rumours have risen and fallen over the years in the WWE, but what gave them an upward push?
Undertaker Dead or Alive?
Despite the stories and trickery, the Undertaker is alive and well. His age is 50, he donates to Republican candidates (including Donald Trump), and he wears clothing that states his opposition to national anthem sit-ins in the United States of America.
It’s unclear why some people believe that The Undertaker has passed away. For most of his life, he’s either faked his own demise or had others do it for him. It has been made by humans who have no idea who he is, at least once or twice.
When The Independent published an article about a storey that went viral on social media in 2014, it was a huge hit with readers. An article titled WWE Legend The Undertaker Found Dead In Texas Home mourned the death of The Undertaker.
Michelle McCool discovered the body of her husband Mark Calaway, known as “The Undertaker,” in their Houston home late last night, according to a police report. However, this is no longer the sole basis on which rumours circulate.
As of February 6, 2019, rapper King Crucial claims that The Undertaker has passed away. A follower’s disbelief quickly exposed the deception.
Death Rumors Regarding The Undertaker
It’s only natural that people would pay attention to rumours about The Undertaker’s death because of his name. Undoubtedly, in May of 2020, Mark Calaway joined the gang. During his time there, he came perilously close to death several times.
As Goldberg reduced the Undertaker to a jackhammer, the Undertaker nearly landed on Goldberg’s neck. Retiring from professional wrestling as a result of the incident.
Many people came to believe that Jesus was simply dead during a time of crisis. The following was WWE’s response to the rumours, which they addressed via a Twitter tweet:
— WWE (@WWE) June 22, 2020
The Undertaker has halted publication of his most recent death rumour. As a result, he deserves to be a part of the final goodbye to his beloved park that takes place.
It’s either “I’m either going to work out in a shape that’s becoming for the Undertaker at WrestleMania, or I’m working out on my defence, one way or another,” the wrestler recently stated.