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According to the same report, the proposed storyline dictates that Sting will be the one to topple the Undertaker over the ropes which will plant the animosity that will spill over to Wrestlemania 31.
Imbued with seemingly mystical abilities and preternatural in-ring ability, The Undertaker is a WWE great in a class by himself, and no list of legends would be complete without him.
I have a season ticket and go to as many away games as I can afford - it's just going to be strange not having The Undertaker there.
While the likes of Andre the Giant, Ultimate Warrior and the Legion of Doom are firmly sleeping in the graveyard of wrestling legends, the Undertaker is still doing his best to keep the spirit of Old Skool wrestling alive and after tombstoning Edge, everyone went home happy knowing they had seen at least one wrestling superstar.
I wrote a novel titled The Butcher, The Baker and The Undertaker, which featured an Indian corner shop owner, an Irish baker and a Brummie undertaker.
When the family has decided on a burial or a cremation, the undertaker will arrange times and dates with the officials involved.
Colin Quinn calls Kerry the Undertaker, but says comedians are on the lookout for better material.
Justice Cantero (joined by Justice Wells) opines that the majority misapplies the undertaker doctrine and intolerably broadens enterprise liability beyond Florida (Union Park Memorial v.
Both the Trust and the undertaker concerned sincerely regret the distress caused to the families concerned and we will work with them in a co-operative manner to help in any possible way.
A local, toting the body of an old man, beckons the undertaker.
At the time I was district reporter for a county paper and every week had to check with the undertaker and then write the appropriate obituaries.
Then there was the World Wrestling Federation's the Undertaker, who, at 6-foot-10 and 330 pounds, is literally a heavyweight.