The Undertaker on his gimmick “You know, not really. Undertaker's first WrestleMania match in his new persona was an underrated classic against Triple H at WrestleMania X-7 which he won with a new finisher called the Last Ride. With a bandana draped on his head, a leather jacket on his back and a motorbike that made for badass entrances and getaways, the rebrand resonated a lot with fans. The Undertaker was now The "American Bad Ass" (termed by the Kid Rock song which was his entrance music during the early months of the persona, later to be changed to "Rollin'" by Limp Bizkit) biker complete with sunglasses, bandana, jean shirt and motorcycle. Motorcycles, elaborate demonstrations of patriotism, Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, all of that. Undertaker - American Badass attire; Thanksgiving Arena (unlocked); Undertaker 30 th Anniversary Arena; The first of these drops will include a new haunted house arena to fight with there being elements of the Everglades arena as two caskets will be at the left and right sides which players can throw their opponents into which will be unlocked on the day. As for new stars added in they are … Throughout 2001, The American Badass fought alongside his WWF peers in the ill-fated Invasion angle. The Undertaker, de son vrai nom Mark William Calaway (né le 24 mars 1965 à Houston), est un catcheur américain.Il est connu pour son travail à la World Wrestling Entertainment en tant que catcheur.Calaway est considéré comme l'un des plus grands catcheurs de l'histoire, son look et son personnage sont devenus un symbole dans l'histoire du catch [7], [8]. I think we cut that off. It was an older iteration of it. Mark William Calaway (born March 24, 1965), better known by the ring name The Undertaker, is an American retired professional wrestler.He was signed to WWE until his retirement. The American Badass aesthetic was so cool even if it involved things I don’t like much. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. When Undertaker flipped the WWE on its head in 2000, he stunned fans by retiring the Dead Man moniker and taking the ring as the American Badass. I think we could have got a little more mileage out of it, but, it was a different variation. The Badass allowed everyone to see a new side of the Undertaker. We cut that off kind of early when we did the American Badass the first time. During a recent interview with, Taker discussed his American Badass gimmick.