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WWE star The Undertaker is now on Cameo, meaning you can sling him some money to record a personalised video message for you or a pal.
The wrestling legend, whose real name is Mark Calaway, has joined the video-sharing platform, which allows celebrities to create bespoke content for fans.
The appearance on Cameo comes in celebration of the 30th anniversary of his character's debut back in 1990, with a limited run of just 30 videos up for grabs.
"One of the most iconic Superstars in WWE history, Undertaker made his WWE debut at Survivor Series on November 22, 1990," the bio on Cameo says.
"To commemorate the 30th Anniversary of his debut, The Deadman will create 30 personalised video messages on Sunday November 22."
Sharing the good news to wrestling fans, WWE shared a link to The Undertaker's Cameo profile, tweeting: "The @undertaker is officially on @BookCameo, so now is YOUR chance to get a personalised message from The Deadman himself!"
The @undertaker is officially on @BookCameo, so now is YOUR chance to get a personalized message from The Deadman himself! #Undertaker30
:arrow_right: https://t.co/TGYW4bEXc3 pic.twitter.com/ylN877rnq3
- WWE (@WWE) November 20, 2020
Of course, the best things in life aren't free, as proven by the price tag for a clip from The Undertaker, which will set fans back £830 ($1,000) a pop.
And as The Undertaker is offering a limited number of videos, at the time of writing there are only five Cameos left, so you'll have to get your skates on.
Cameo advises that you should try being 'as specific as possible' with your request, so that celebrities have a bit of direction as to what to include in your video.
When sending your request, you can also specify whether it's for yourself or someone else, adding any extra information such as if it's for a birthday or 'just cuz'.
Your request is then completed within seven days, with your receipt and any order updates sent to you via email.
When the video is completed, a link to view, share or download your Cameo will be be emailed and texted to you.
The Undertaker made his WWE debut during the Survivor Series 1990 when he appeared as a mystery member of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Team.
He won a slew of championships as well as forging a legendary WrestleMania streak, which stood at 21-0, before losing to Brock Lesnar in 2014.
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