- Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker

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Ever since his 1990 debut, professional wrestler and all-around American badass Mark Calaway (aka the Undertaker) has ruled the WWE as one of the sports' greatest stars. During his long reign, the Undertaker has racked up an impressive list of accomplishments, including four WWE championships, six tag-team championships, and an unparalleled 13-0 record at Wrestlemania. This collection celebrates the Deadman's remarkable legacy through 91 of his most memorable matches, including the 1991 Survivor Series against Hulk Hogan, the 1994 Royal Rumble against Yokozuna, the infamous 1998 King of the Ring against Mankind, the Wrestlemania XX showdown against his archrival Kane, and many more.


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Media Format: DVD

Genre: Documentary

MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)

Studio: World Wrestling Entertainment

Actors: Undertaker/ Kane/ Mick Foley/ Shawn Michaels/ Bret Hart

Director: Kevin Dunn


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Product Title: - Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker

Manufacturer: WWE

Lowest Price: $14.19 from Amazon.com

Power Score: 5 | 1 Review


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Tombstone the History of the Undertaker

Strengths: The strengths of this awesome DVD is that it chronicles the Undertakers legendary career and encapsulates his legacy as one of the greatest ever superstars to set foot in a WWE ring.

Weakness: One of the very few weaknesses of this DVD is that it does not contain a documentary like many other WWE superstar DVDs such as the Bret Hart story or Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen.

This DVD is one of the best WWE DVDs ever produced as it chronicles the legacy of one of the best WWE superstars the Undertaker. It looks at all his major accomplishments, most notified feuds, biggest factions such as the Ministry of Darkness and the Brothers of Destruction. It has a great awareness of the rocky relationship between confidant Bearer and the Undertaker as well as the trio...
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By LordRodgers - Jul 15, 2008

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