Since coming to the WWE in the early 1990s, the Undertaker has been an iconic figure in professional wrestling. This book looks at the Deadman’s first 25 years with WWE in text and photographs.

The Undertaker character has evolved through the years, going from mortician to demonic leader to motorcycle-riding American Badass and back again. This book examines all of those characters as well as his notable rivalries, Wrestlemania matches and more.

I gave Undertaker: 25 Years of Destruction four stars on Goodreads. It isn’t comprehensive enough to be considered a biography since it leaves out his stints in Dallas and in WCW prior to coming to WWE, but the pictures are excellent and casts a pretty wide net on the events and incidents of his time with WWE. It is from DK Publishing, so while the subject matter covers a wide variety of things, but not in great depth.