Undertaker’s Son Opens Up About Not Following In Father’s Footsteps


Gunner Calaway, son of Mark Callaway (aka The Undertaker) recently sat down with Chandler Sorrells to discuss his future in video game design, and his decision to not follow his father into the wrestling business. The 25-year-old said he was potentially interested, as a child, but as he found his own identity, he chose to pursue video game design.

“I’d say as a kid, definitely. You see it so much and you’re just think like, ‘Wow, how cool would that be?’ In my eyes, it was like being a superhero.

“As you get older, you get into your teenage years and kind of want to be independent, and find your own interests. So, in my young adult life I steered away from [wrestling]and tuned in when it was necessary.

“I went to Full Sail University and got my Bachelor’s as a Video Game Artist, that’s kind of the path I’m setting before myself. I’d like to, in the next five to ten years, be an artist for a team in a production company for video games.

“Something I could put my 3D skills to good use and eventually own my own indie company.”