WWE wrestler The Undertaker plays golf, and that has to be scary
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WWE wrestler The Undertaker plays golf, and that has to be scary

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Legendary WWE wrestler The Undertaker is just awesome. The guy has done everything there is to do in the world of pro wrestling (or sports entertainment, if you must insist). He's been a multi-time world champion, tag team champion and his 22-1 mark (thanks, Brock Lesnar) at WrestleMania is a part of wrestling canon.

But most people know The Undertaker as the performer, not Mark Calaway the human being. And, apparently, the Dead Man likes to play some golf.

Golf and wrestling are now one from golf



Someone over at Reddit Golf ran into The Undertaker at a golf course and snapped a pic of the 6-foot, 10-inch giant in the pro shop, in normal golf gear, looking like a normal guy. We have to dock 'Taker for wearing cargo shorts and mandals on the course, but we wouldn't tell that to his face for fear that we would be choke-slammed or given a Tombstone piledriver (his finishing moves).

We do hope, however, that Callaway Golf -- just one letter off -- can hook up 51-year-old Mark Calaway with some sticks. After all, now that he's in semi-retirement, he could make a huge dent on PGA Tour Champions.

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