The Undertaker Signed Authentic wrestling boot with JSA Authentication Your price: $1795 Category: Memorabilia For inquiries: 0477 555 557 Shipping Free shipping to anywhere around the globe. Features • This Authentic wrestling boot is personally hand signed by the Undertaker • This boot is custom framed with a photo of the Undertaker to accompany the frame • The frame measures at L 790mm H 970mm W 140mm • The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale and not a concept • The signed Photo is proven to be authentic as it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Item ships affixed with two holograms one from MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tampered proof Authentication Hologram and James Spence Authentication • There is free shipping anywhere in Australia and wholesale shipping around the globe. • You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a zoom meeting, Skype, Facetime • The Photo comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number MJB 100679 and JSA WPP952712 • Cost to you is only $1795 • PayPal by 4 or Afterpay is available The Undertaker reigned over the wrestling landscape like an ominous shadow for thirty years, auguring doom and destruction for anyone else who dared cross his path. It was like The Undertaker had mystical superpowers in the wrestling ring that would render all his opponents powerless to his will within minutes of the fight. The Undertaker was in a class all by himself and very few dared to challenge him in the wrestling ring because they knew the fate that would meet them: one marred in defeat! Born in Houston, Texas on the 24th of March 1965, The Undertaker’s real name is Mark William Calaway. He is the son of Betty Catherine Truby and Frank Compton Calaway and he has four older brothers, namely Timothy, Paul, Michael, and David. While attending the Waltrip High School in Houston, he was a prominent member of their basketball and football teams and he even earned a basketball scholarship in 1983 to study at the Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas. By 1985 he had moved on to the Texas Wesleyan University where he chose to major in Sports Management. He was also a part of their basketball team for the 1985-1986 season, playing as their team’s center. Towards the end of 1986, he decided to fully pursue his sporting career and so he decided to leave university. He made his wrestling debút under the stage name ‘Texas Red’ on June 26, 1987, against Bruiser Brody. This took place at the Dallas Sportatorium and sadly he lost the fight. But Mark Calaway didn’t let this loss dissuade him from pursuing his dream of becoming one of the best wrestlers this world has ever seen! He trained assiduously every day with the single aim of improving his craft and making his wrestling dreams a reality. On February 2, 1989, Mark Calaway was reintroduced to wrestling fans as The Master of Pain- a character who had spent five years in the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, after mercilessly murdering two men in a fight. The Master of Pain was fresh from prison and looking for someone to devour in the wrestling ring. He won his first two matches but at the end of the second one, he boldly challenged Jerry Lawler, the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion, to a wrestling match. Lawler subsequently obliged and on April 1 and The Master of Pain easily conquered him, thus giving him his very first professional wrestling championship. The Birth of The Undertaker™ The 1990 Survivor Series was held in Hartford, Connecticut at the Hartford Civic Center. It took place on November 22, 1990, and is a beloved day in WWE history as it is the day when The Undertaker was introduced to the world! He was the final member of The Million Dollar Team, consisting of Greg Valentine, The Honky Tonk Man, Ted DiBiase, and, of course, The Undertaker himself. He had replaced Bad News Brown, who had left the show after Vince McMahon reneged on his promise to make him the first black champion of the wrestling series. Thankfully, the fans loved him from the very first day he appeared on screen. He would win match after match and completely decimate his components, quickly rising up the ranks in the Survivor Series to become one of the competition’s most feared opponents. Absolutely no wrestler was safe from The Undertaker’s deadly grip and before long, he was even battling with Hulk Hogan, who had been the top wrestler at WWE at the time. Of course, he buried him alive in the wrestling ring! The Undertaker quickly became a legendary figure in wrestling sports entertainment and cemented his name amongst the greats! He has won the Royal Rumble Match, he is a six-time team titleholder and he’s a multi-time World Heavyweight and WWE champion, too. He has also been a participant in many of WWE premiere matches, including the first-ever Hell in a Cell Match aired in 1997, the inaugural Buried Alive match in 1996, and the very first Casket Match at Survivor Series in 1992. As the Wrestling Series progressed over the years, The Undertaker eventually developed another name that has stuck on him like glue. This name is that of ‘The Deadman’ because it was thought that no opponent who dared challenge him in the wrestling ring would walk out of it alive. Kevin Nash, Randy Orton, Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, Sawn Michaels, and many more all fell helpless at The Deadman’s hands. Throughout the decades, The Undertaker aka The Deadman held an astounding record of 21-0 but that winning streak was ultimately ended at WrestleMania 30 by Brock Lesnar in 2014. It was an earth-shattering upset, that left millions of fans around the world in shock because no one thought it was possible for The Undertaker to be defeated. But just like a true champion, he rebounded the following year and obliterated Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam. He also defeated Bray Wyatt that year, too. The Undertaker would once again taste defeat at the hands of Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 but it didn’t matter because the fans loved him anyway. WrestleMania 34 saw him battling John Cena who thought that he, too, could get to topple The Deadman. But The Undertaker wiped him out clean, thereby bringing his record to 24-2. On November 22, 2020- exactly thirty years after he debuted on the WWE stage, The Undertaker announced that he would be bringing his wrestling career to a close. He had reached his goals: he had become an icon in the world of wrestling and gained millions of fans along the way. He was therefore ready for retirement. The Undertaker has overcome every challenge ever presented to him and rose in infamy as wrestling’s grim reaper of justice. No competitor could claim him, no grave could hold him and he has permanently etched his name on the history books of WWE with only one resting place good enough for the almighty Undertaker- and that’s the WWE Hall of Fame. Today, we have an authentic boot signed and sealed by The Deadman himself! Can you claim this rare authentic boot from The Undertaker himself before the next fan beats you to it?