Ever since Diamond Dallas Page made his presence
known in the World Wrestling Federation, he has been constantly getting the upper hand in
his feud with the CEO of Deadman Inc., The Undertaker.
isn't the first time that someone has entered the WWF and targeted The Undertaker,
attempting to immediately make their mark. Kane, Mankind, Vader, Giant Gonzalez, and the
Executioner are all men who had entered the WWF intending (and failing) to make a name for
themselves by eliminating The Undertaker.
However, Diamond Dallas Page has gone one step further than those
who have come before him. Rather than simply defeating The Undertaker in matches, or sneak
attacking him during a feud, Page has been provoking The Undertaker by hurting him in one
way that no other has- by harming The Undertaker's wife, Sara.
So far, we have seen Diamond Dallas Page violate Sara's privacy,
grab her and tear out a chunk of her hair, put Sara out of commission with a "Diamond
Cutter", and most recently, pull her into the line of fire of a chairshot by The
Undertaker, causing her to get blasted in the back by her own husband.
Every human being has a breaking point- a limit that is reached when
they can take no more. How many times can a man bear to see his wife tormented by a
madman, before he reaches that breaking point? Sooner or later, that point is reached, and
when it is, the result is never a pretty sight. The anger that can no longer be suppressed
is often expressed in some form that cannot be described in any other way than the word
We have all seen how evil The Undertaker can become. When he first
arrived in the WWF over 10 years ago, he dominated with the power of the darkside behind
him. The spirit of evil dwelled within him so strongly, that in the late-90's, he even
went as far as attempting to embalm Stone Cold Steve Austin alive, crucifying Austin,
sacrificing Ryan Shamrock and Dennis Knight (Mideon), and creating the Ministry of
Darkness, the most wicked faction in the history of the World Wrestling Federation.
Sure, The Undertaker now rides to the ring on a motorcycle, wears
jeans, and is referred to as the "American Bad Ass"; but deep down, he is the
same man who made his debut in 1990. In his own words, The Undertaker has stated that he
is still, "down with the devil". His fans know that, and they hope to see proof
of it in the near future. When The Undertaker used his dark persona, he would refer to his
fans as his, "creatures of the night". The creatures are still there, and they
impatiently await for The Undertaker to completely embrace the power of the darkside once
more. Diamond Dallas Page may very well experience that in the near future, and if he
does, he won't be able to claim that he "never saw it coming".