7-Year Old Kid Threatens To Shoot Undertaker

The Undertaker shared a funny story from WrestleMania weekend on his podcast “Six Feet Under.” He was busy making appearances for WWE and hosting his One Deadman Show during the weekend, including showing up on WrestleMania XL Sunday.



On the podcast, he recounted an amusing interaction he had with a seven-year-old boy named Bjorn. It started when his friend Larry Heck asked if The Undertaker could talk to a big fan, his security guard’s son, over the phone. After finishing a meet and greet, The Undertaker agreed and called Bjorn.

During the conversation, The Undertaker started teasing the boy, asking if he was getting into any trouble at home. Bjorn firmly denied it and turned the tables on The Undertaker, claiming he was the one who might be up to something. The banter continued with the boy threatening to “shoot him in the face,” which surprised The Undertaker and left Bjorn’s father mortified.

As the conversation continued, the boy unexpectedly accused The Undertaker of being a Democrat, leaving his father even more embarrassed. Despite the unexpected turns in the conversation, The Undertaker enjoyed the playful interaction and reassured Bjorn’s father that there was nothing to apologize for, as the boy had made his night.

“[Larry Heck] sends me a text and says, ‘such and such,’ I’m going to keep it professional, ‘is on your security detail tonight. His son is a big fan of yours.’ I think his son is maybe 6 or 7. ‘Do you mind talking to him or calling him?’ ‘No worries, I’ll take care of it.’ The security guys, they are all so professional. I think this guy is former NAVY SEAL. I waited until I was done with my meet and greet. I told the guy, ‘Hey, I hear your son is a fan. Would you like me to call him?’ ‘Oh no, don’t worry.’ He was being a professional. I said, ‘It’s okay. I know Larry. Larry sent me a text.’ He’s still trying (to say no). I said, ‘Let me FaceTime him real quick.’ He goes, ‘Well, you can’t FaceTime him.’ ‘Okay.’ ‘If you would call him, that would be awesome.’ He brings out the flip phone. No GPS tracking. Immediately, I’m like, ‘You’re the man.’ I know what he’s thinking. He calls up, gets his wife on the phone. ‘Put Bjorn on the phone.’ ‘Bjorn?’ It was like he was reading my mind because he goes, ‘He’s named after a Viking.’

“He gets his son on the phone. ‘Bjorn, this is The Undertaker.’ ‘Hey Undertaker, how are you?’ ‘I’m really good.’ I’m making small talk with this kid. I start messing with him like I do everybody. ‘Bjorn, sounds like to me that you’re getting in some kind of trouble at home, aren’t you?’ ‘No, I’m not getting into any trouble.’ ‘Nooo, sounds like you’re up to something. I don’t know what it is, but I can tell you’re doing something you shouldn’t be doing.’ ‘I’m not doing anything I’m not supposed to be doing. You’re doing something you’re not supposed to be doing.’ ‘Nooooo.’ This seven-year-old kid goes, ‘Hey, I’ll shoot you right in the face.’ I about lost it. Now his dad is mortified. ‘I put him on the phone, he’s threatening the Undertaker.’ ‘You’re not going to shoot me in the face, I’m going to shoot you in the face.’ Now, I’m having an argument with a seven-year-old about shooting him in the face. I probably shouldn’t be talking about this. It’s all in good fun. You had to be there.

“We’re going back and forth, and then all of a sudden, out of nowhere, he goes, ‘You’re a Democrat.’ [laughs]. Where did that come from? His dad, who is standing right next to me, he has his head in his hands, ‘I’m so sorry.’ Now, I’m trying to keep this conversation for as long as I can. I’m totally engaged, fully engaged. We do finally hang up. This guy is like, ‘I am so sorry. I had no clue. He gets that from his grandfather.’ That was the coolest conversation I’ve had on the phone in a while. He goes, ‘Again, I apologize.’ ‘There is absolutely nothing to apologize for.’ After the show, he goes, ‘I talked to my wife. She is mortified.’ I was like, ‘Bjorn is okay with me. It was totally fine. You tell her not to worry. He made my night.’ You just don’t get threatened like that from a seven-year-old. That was fun.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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