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The Undertaker Gets Married In Houston, And We Weren't Invited

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Social news reaches us from Wrestling Inc that The Undertaker, a very famous wrestler amongst those who follow such things, was married here in Houston this past weekend.

The bride was one Michelle McCool, who also participates in the wrestling arts, becoming WWE's first Divas Champion. She is a former teacher whose motto is "Faith to fight the good fight, heart to believe and soul to search within" and who has appeared in Playboy.

Her entrance music is "Not Enough For Me," although it is not known at this time if that was the musical accompaniment to her walk down the aisle.

The groom is also known as Mark Calaway. He is a 1983 graduate of Waltrip High School, and has a neck tattoed with the name of his second wife Sara. Or did at some point.

In attendance at the private ceremony, according to Wrestling Inc, were "family and numerous friends, including those involved with the wrestling industry. Longtime friends Torrie Wilson, Lisa Marie Varon, and Sharmell were present at the wedding."

No first or last name for Sharmell was available.

The marriage is the bride's second and the groom's third.

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