The Undertaker is retired, but he still makes appearances. Not only is it super expensive to meet The Deadman, but he has a very strict list of items that he is willing to sign, and some he will not touch.
Megacon has released a press release outlining which products The Undertaker would not sign during his attendance. Fitterman Sports will have him in Orlando on May 21 for a signing. 1991 trade cards and WWE/WWF event tickets are among the items he will not sign. There was no explanation given.
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**UNDERTAKER WILL NOT SIGN ANY TRADING CARDS FROM 1991
**UNDERTAKER WILL NOT SIGN ANY WWE/WWF EVENT TICKETS
**NO PERSONALIZATIONS OR OTHER INSCRIPTIONS OFFERED
APPEARING: Saturday, 11:00am – 3:00pm
The Undertaker is one of the most prominent figures of the WWF/Attitude E’s Era–a high-rated, boundary-pushing generation in the late 1990s. He has been with the company for 30 years. In 2000, Calaway added to The Undertaker’s gimmick by claiming the moniker of “American Badass,” a biker. Calaway revived The Deadman Undertaker in 2004, keeping some characteristics of American Badass Undertaker. For some reason, that 1991 WWF trading card just isn’t his cup of tea. He also won’t do transcriptions, and tickets aren’t his thing either for some reason.
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