WWE Legend The Undertaker Found Dead In Texas Home (Inside His Bedroom) — Wife Makes Announcement

Houston, Texas – It has been just under a few years since the WWE Hall Of Famer Ultimate Warrior passed away so suddenly. We just received word that another legend will be joining him. Mark “The Undertaker” Calaway was found in his Houston home dead late last night by his wife Michelle McCool.

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Calaway who suffered a severe concussion early on in his WrestleMania match has been visiting the hospital since then. On one particular occasion, word was that he was kept over night at the hospital.

Also there were this issues between him and WWE CEO Vince McMahon which has to do with his retirement and the WrestleMania match with Shane McMahon, but that seems to be water under the bridge now.

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While the dawn was near for the Undertaker, word just hit that he was dead. Yes, after seeming fine for a few days after going home Calaway, The Undertaker was found dead in his bedroom by his wife.

His wife told EmpireSports reports the following: “Being totally honest, I was going into the bedroom feeling completely in the mood. I saw that he was sleeping so I went to wake him and nothing. Not even a hint of him waking up. So I got worried and tried shaking him and shoving him and even hitting him across the back with a folding chair. Nothing working. I checked him breathing and there was a very short breath every few seconds. I called 911 and by the time they got here there was no breathing at all. They fought to bring him back and nothing.”

McCool was Calaways third marriage and the couple had their first child August 29, 2012. Calaway is survived by son Gunner from his first marriage, and his daughters from his 2nd wife Sara, Chasey and Gracie. His legacy will live on in WWE history and his name wont be forgotten as a pioneer in the attitude era and the ruthless aggression era. The Undertaker will be remembered as the greatest entertainer in WWE history and the staff here at Empiresports wishes his family the best.

Source: EmpireSports.co