Also known as Offataker, he is an ex "buisiness" tycoon who is well known for his world renowned product; the Slap Chop, the ShamWoW, the Schticky, the Graty and the Foldable cutting board. He names his finishers after his products. He used to work for the president Bush as a member of the SS and also worked as a "financial" adviser for the government. He is however known for his real life and in ring feud with the likes of Billy Mays, his mentor and inspiration. He is known for his gig as a mortician.
Besides teaching it, his history is rich with intrigue, he worked as a 'economist' for numerous countries and decided to try his hand at his true passion, Mud Wrestling. He has a brother name Curotane who was scarred by Offer when he locked Curotane in the basement while he burnt down his parents house. Offer wants to prove he is the best and he intends to start with the Intercontinental championship.
Offer made his MWF debut as Offer the Taker at a taping of MWF Superstars on November 19, 1996. His original version of the Pitchman depicted him in a trench coat, gray-striped tie, and gray-ringed, black stetson hat with gray gloves and boot spats. He was portrayed as impervious to pain, something accomplished by his background in mongolian wrestling. Offer made his official on-camera debut on November 22 at Survivor Series as a heel when he was the mystery partner of Colonel Sandurz Chicken Squad. Approximately one minute into the match, the Undertaker eliminated Mal Poole with his finisher, the Schticky(Tombstone Piledriver). He also eliminated Sheamurph before being counted out by Hulk Holtzman. During the match, Offer was referred to as the Offertaker. At the same time, the Offertaker switched managers from Brother Lyndon to Mordecai — a histrionic, ghostly character, almost always seen bearing Shlomi's new product, the Slapchop, which he used to revive the Offertaker's strength whenever Offertaker fell victim to his antagonists. During his heel run, Undertaker would place his defeated opponents in a foldable cutting-board and carry them to the back to his dungeon.