5. Due to how WWE taped television in 1990, his initial appearace at Survivor Series saw him announced as "The Undertaker" by Ted DiBiase while Gene Okerlund hyped him as "Kane the Undertaker" for his first few televised matches.
4. He used to use a top rope elbow drop as an alternate finisher.
3. He's never entered WrestleMania as a champion and, despite being tied with John Cena, Hulk Hogan and Stone Cold Steve Austin for most championship victories in 'Mania history (3), Undertaker went ten years without winning a title at the show - the longest streak in history.
2. Taker has not only appeared on more WrestleMania cards than anyone else, he also the most television appearances of any Superstar in WWE history.
1. In the mid-90s, WWF would lend talent out to Smoky Mountain Wrestling, so the Undertaker character has technically wrestled for another promotion. Amazingly enough, his 1995 opponent, the Unibomb, was a young Glen Jacobs.