The Undertaker Explains His New Character Evolution

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The Undertaker has gone though many transformations throughout his legendary career. The Deadman, American Badass, and Mark Calaway merged into one to take on AJ Styles in the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36.

While speaking to the Nine Line Apparel live stream, The Undertaker explained what he meant by “unholy trinity.” During his build toward WrestleMania 36, The Undertaker mentioned an unholy trinity. It turns out that he was talking about himself.

“When AJ threw that first stone and made this personal, then it made it a no brainer. I couldn’t stay that mainstream Undertaker and be able to respond and deal with the things he was saying in that character.”

“A lot of people were curious, ‘What is the Unholy Trinity?’ Well, the Unholy Trinity that I referenced was The Deadman, The Badass, and the man himself, Mark Calaway, and I put them all together. My brain was working that way, it was the unification of all these three entities into one person.”

The Undertaker defeated AJ Styles in the Boneyard Match and rode off into the night while Metallica played. When he returns to WWE, it is expected that The Undertaker will keep this new persona that he developed for this WrestleMania program.

The American Badass merged with The Deadman and Mark Calaway. It looks like that persona will stick around. Perhaps fans will start calling this new version The Unholy Trinity Undertaker.

What do you think about The Undertaker’s new evolution? Who should he wrestle in his last match? Sound off in the comments below!

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

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