Outside the ring, in a rare interview, the Undertaker is breaking character as Mark Calaway, who grew up in Houston, was in the Astrodome when Oilers legend Earl Campbell ran for 199 yards against the Dolphins on “Monday Night Football,” cheered on the Astros and Nolan Ryan, played basketball at Waltrip High School and was voted “Most Humorous” his senior year. At WWE shows, the Undertaker, naturally (or supernaturally), is billed from Death Valley. “Not too many people know that Death Valley is really T.C. Jester in Houston,” he said. Calaway is breaking character for a good reason - he is raffling off his prized West Coast Chopper motorcycle, and every penny is going to the America’s Mighty Warriors veterans support group and SPUR Compassion Ministries of Lake Hills Church in Austin. The bike is a custom West Coast Chopper called “The Ghost.” If the raffle winner wishes, the Undertaker will autograph the motorcycle, even though “my signature may mess up the paint job.” Supporting charitable causes isn’t new for Calaway - he’s behind the Zeus Compton Calaway Save the Animals Fund at Texas A&M - although he usually stays in the background to protect his WWE persona. Undertaker won, but he sure looked beat walking back to his dressing room. Each year, it becomes a drama played to the final scene â¦ will Undertaker overcome his injuries and surgeries from last WrestleMania to make another WrestleMania?