As Geno told us all earlier, it was twenty-three years ago today that The Undertaker made his WWE on-camera debut at Survivor Series 1990.
WWE is further commemorating the arrival of the Deadman to the company with the release of this compilation of every Tombstone Piledriver the Legend and future Hall of Famer has every delivered.
The company's YouTube channel famously releases "30 Seconds of Fury" videos every week that string together clips of Superstars' finishers. But 30 seconds isn't nearly enough for the seven time world champ, seven time tag champ, or for a man who has never been defeated at WrestleMania. No - it takes three and a half minutes to do justice to just one of the American Badass' finishing moves.
One of the amazing thing about Taker's two decades plus career is that in the long list of hardcore matches, Hell in a Cell matches - you name it - he's used a move that is considered dangerous enough to be banned by the company for much of that time and not seriously injured anyone with it. There's a reason Mean Mark Callous is considered a once-in-a-generation star by fans and co-workers.
It's his yard...Rest. In. Peace.