Who Is Kaia Faith Calaway? Daughter Of The Undertaker

by Pragya Mon Jan 16 2023 Updated On Sun Jan 07 2024

Kaia Faith Calaway is the daughter of an American retired professional wrestler, The Undertaker. Her mother's name is Michelle McCool.

She has three half-siblings. She is an American citizen of her nationality. 

Family of Kaia Faith Calaway.
Family of Kaia Faith Calaway. Source: Instagram

Who Is Kaia Dating?

Kaia is still a child, so she is not dating anyone. Hence, she doesn't have a boyfriend. 

About Kaia's Dad Undertaker

Undertaker is a retired professional wrestler. He is known as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. 

Undertaker was born in 1965 to his parents in Houston, Texas. His real name is Mark William Calaway

He is an American citizen by his nationality. 

Kaia Faith Calaway with her mom. Source: Instagram

Parent's Married Life

Undertaker has been married three times. His first marriage was with Jodi Lynn

They tied the knot back in 1989. Undertaker has a son with Jodi named Gunner Vincent Calaway.

Their marriage didn't last long, as the couple divorced in 1999.

After that, he married Sara Frank. They got married in 2000. They have two daughters together. Sara and Undertaker's marriage lasted till 2007.

As of 2023, Undertaker is married to his wife, Michelle McCool, a former wrestler

Undertaker met Michelle for the first time in WWE and they worked together. 

They have been married to each other since 2010 and have a daughter together. Also, the couple adopted a boy child and are now happily living.  

Parents of Kaia Faith Calaway.
Parents of Kaia Faith Calaway. Source: Instagram

Age And Net Worth 

Kaia was born in 2012 and is currently eleven years old. 

Her father, The Undertaker, has a net worth of $17 Million. His source of income was wrestling

Undertaker Murdered Big Boss Man

Back then, in WWF, Wrestle Mania 15 was held. In the same event, Hell in the Cell matches were also held. 

In that match, Undertaker went against Big Boss Man

As Undertaker was one of the most-rated wrestlers in the WWF, no one thought he would lose. 

But to the surprise of the fans, he lost the match. 

He was so angry with the event that with the help of Brood and Paul Bearer, he hung Big Boss Man into the ring with the rope to his neck. 

Although it was just an acting stunt, the incident was seen as a murder. 

But this event left the Big Boss Man in the verse of death as he died naturally in 2004, sometime after the incident took place.

It was a coincidence, but it looked like Big Boss Man was cursed by the Undertaker.

The Undertaker Had To Remove His Tattoo

Undertaker was married to a girl named Sara in 2000. He was so much into her that he had a tattooed her name on his neck. 

The tattoo was so much in highlight as it was colorful and big. Undertaker even destroyed a man’s career for Sara

Unfortunately for him, they both broke up. 

The real reason for their breakup stayed unknown, but the rumor was that Undertaker was involved with other women and had a link with another WWE star, Michelle McCool.

Whatever the reason, the Undertaker had to get rid of the tattoo he made for Sara

The tattoo was replaced by another tattoo by the wrestler after their breakup.

The Undertaker Took Himself Down

Undertaker has been one of the most consistent wrestlers in wrestling history. 

He has had many epic matches as one of the most challenging and most-rated wrestlers in history. 

Not only did he beat many legendary wrestlers, he once even took down himself. 

As strange as it might sound, he went against Undertaker. He once had a back injury that kept him out of the scene for a while. 

On his replacement, another Undertaker was introduced to the WWE. He was tagged as a fake Undertaker. 

But as soon as the Undertaker was fine, he returned to his place and faced his fake version. 

He then beat his fake copy to the ground and retook his place. It was also one of the memorable matches for the WWE and Undertaker fans.

Undertaker Was A Basketball Player

As awkward as it may sound, the all-time best wrestler was once a basketball player and a good one. 

During his college days in Texas, he was actually on the basketball team for his college. 

But eventually, in his college days, he found his love for wrestling, and he chose wrestling over anything else. 

Fortunately, it became the best decision for him. 

But if he had continued his career in Basketball, it would have been a different story, and WWE would have never gotten a wrestler as highly famed as Undertaker.

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