You’ve probably noticed by the new out-of-character appearances from the Undertaker that his real voice isn’t really low. Undertaker has always used the deeper voice regardless of which version of his character he’s playing. Mark Callaway, aka The Undertaker, recently discussed with the Toronto Sun why he felt the need to speak that way.
“That’s the same way I approached my interviews and everything. Most of the interviews (at the time) were ‘Well, let me tell you something, brother!’ Calaway said, offering an impression of Hulk Hogan. “Where I didn’t talk often. Paul Bearer did most of the talking, but when I did say something, I talked low and slow and it was like ‘whoa.’
“When somebody talks low, what do you do? You kind of lean in. You garner people’s attention that way. The entrance, obviously, that’s the setup to the match, and a lot of times the entrance was more important than the actual match that I was in. Obviously I’ve had matches that really stand out and people remember, but the entrance is what people are so mesmerized by.”
You can view the entire interview by clicking here.