Mark Calaway has made The Undertaker one of the most successful professional wrestlers of all time.The 6-foot-10 behemoth -- heavily muscled, with many tattoos, a menacing glare and intimidating presence -- has starred in World Wrestling Entertainment for 15 years.He's made lots of money -- and has invested some of it in real estate in northern Colorado.Calaway and his business partner, Scott Everhart, who's also a financial consultant for A.G. Edwards and has been Calaway's financial adviser for 17 years, invested $2.7 million in a building at Interstate 25 and Crossroads Boulevard in Loveland. They renamed it the Calahart building, using portions of their last names. The building, at 4045 St. Cloud Drive, has upscale office space and a good location near Centerra.Everhart has moved to Fort Collins. And after Calaway eventually retires, he may move there as well; he now lives in Austin, Texas."The area is just booming; this place is about to explode," Calaway says about the Fort Collins area -- and sounding far more reasonable on the phone than does his TV character. "The first thing we look for is potential for growth in the area. Fort Collins had several key aspects of what we're looking for."The development side is where we're at now; it really piques my interest. Just taking a piece of dirt and envisioning the building you'd like to put on it -- it's an amazing process. I'm still in the learning aspects of that."At 40, he's nearing the end of his career. He had arm surgery recently, and hopes to be back in the ring by late September. But how much longer will he keep wrestling, which exacts a huge physical toll and requires constant travel?
I agree with the WM26 send off. A final win at WM would be perfect sendoff for him and would leave him unbeaten at WM
Think I'll have a wank over these tomorrow.
This isn't really much of a spoiler, it just says he should probably be back around september. I thought he was supposed to come back at the wedding anyway? Anyway, good to here he's doing well financially, it's really sad when you hear of wrestlers who didn't invest their money and weren't smart with all they made in their careers.
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