THE UNDERTAKER is one of the most recognisable and famous names in wrestling.
He has won 17 championships during his long career, having began in 1984.
Handout The Undertaker has become instantly recognisable for his outfit during wrestling matches
How old is the Undertaker?
The wrestler was born on March 24, 1965 in Houston, Texas.
That makes him 54-years-old.
It was expected that he would retire in 2017 after leaving his gear in the ring at the end of WrestleMania 33.
But has since returned and continues to be a key figure for WWE.
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What is the Undertaker’s real name?
The Undertaker’s real name is Mark William Calaway.
He has been married three times, with his latest wife being former wrestler Michelle McCool.
He has four children – Gunner (born 1993), Chasey (2002), Gracie (2005) and Kaia (2012).
Is the Undertaker fighting at WrestleMania 35?
The Undertaker may not fight in a WrestleMania event for the first time in 19 years.
Calaway is not on the card for the evening, despite often returning to the spotlight in previous years in the annual showdown.
Just 12 months ago, he beat John Cena, while it was thought he had hung up his cape for good the year before against Roman Reigns.
But there are many reports that he will still have a part to play – but WWE are just keeping tight-lipped about it.
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