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Author: ThunderStorm
Created: November 23, 2009 at 07:12 pm
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Minstry of darkness 1998-1999  

On Judgement day Paul Bearer betrayed Kane and hit him with a steel chair and he joined forces with the Undertaker again and the next day on an edition of Monday Night Raw is War Undertaker announced that he was forming the Ministry of Darkness and he said it will the WWFs biggest nightmare. In January 1999, Undertaker returned and formed the Ministry of Darkness. He, however, was far more wicked than ever before, explaining that he was taking orders from a "Higher Power." He often appeared in a black robe and sat on a throne. With the help of his minions, he often performed sacrifices on various WWE superstars, which were meant to bring out the more evil side of superstars so as to recruit them into his Ministry. The Ministry eventually merged with The Corporation alliance to form the Corporate Ministry.[22] During this time, The Undertaker was booked to defeat Austin for his third WWF Championship at Over the Edge with help from Shane McMahon, the special referee.[23] Two weeks later, it was revealed on Raw is War that Vince McMahon had been the Undertaker's "Higher Power" all along. After Undertaker dropped the WWF Championship back to Austin one night after King of the Ring,[22] and lost a First Blood match at Fully Loaded, his relationship with the McMahons dissolved and the Corporate Ministry disbanded.

Undertaker then began a storyline where he teamed with The Big Show in a tag team known as The UnHoly Alliance, which held the WWF Tag Team Championship twice.



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TommyZ80
November 23, 2009
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It's too choppy, with tid-bits of information here and there, but after your half way done, you forget what it is that you were reading.


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