The Undertaker’s Modern Look Is Captured Forever In Statue Form

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PCS | WWE

WWE’s Undertaker has undergone many costume revisions over Mark William Calaway’s legendary run as the professional wrestling icon. From the black and purple early days to the long robes and leather of the Attitude Era’s Ministry of Darkness, The Undertaker was an undeniably well-dressed badass.

In the final years of his career, Calaway’s look was simplified. Undertaker’s outfit was streamlined to an all-black ensemble that included a duster coat, pants, boots, and a sleeveless shirt. Oh, and, of course, his wide-brimmed hat. Calaway’s intense stare and intimidating physique did the rest of the work to make the character pop.

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The artists have captured that look over at PCS. This 1/4 scale statue stands 26″ tall and is priced at $650. If you’re looking for a classic Undertaker look, PCS also has a 1/4 scale statue of ‘Taker as he appeared during the 1994 Summer Slam.

PCS | WWE
PCS | WWE
PCS | WWE
PCS | WWE
PCS | WWE
PCS | WWE

The Undertaker: Modern Phenom Statue features a fully sculpted physique and costume inspired by a more contemporary era of WWE history. The Undertaker wears an all-black ensemble including a wide brim hat, a low-neck shirt, pants, boots, and his signature duster coat. His portrait has a piercing gaze and every inch of this incredible wrestling collectible is packed with realistic detailing.

PCS should continue to catalog Undertaker’s various looks throughout the decades. Hell, even include his American Badass look, too. Ministry of Darkness getup and his first appearance outfits would be my top pics if I were going to drop $600+ on a statue. Of course, there should be at least one Paul Bearer statue to pair with the Undertaker.

What do you think of these new Undertaker statues? A fitting tribute to the WWE’s greatest champion? Are there any other long-running wrestlers from Vince’s roster that should get this treatment? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Source: PCS]

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