The Undertaker is truly in the world of professional wrestling as he gave more than thirty years of his life to the business. He ended his career at the WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view back in 2020, bringing an end to his legacy. The Undertaker’s Elimination Chamber rumors were also leaked recently.
The Undertaker has been married to former WWE Superstar and former WWE Divas & Women’s Champion Michelle McCool for eleven years now and fans were surprised when the two tied the knot back in 2010. Now it seems the two are celebrating their 11th year together and it is certainly a joyous occasion.
Jim Ross has been involved in numerous iconic Undertaker matches throughout his career and many fans were shocked to see that he was excluded from THe UNdertaker’s WWE Hall Of Fame video package as well.
Jim Ross recently spoke on his Grilling JR show, where the WWE Hall Of Famer talked about WWE excluding him from The Undertaker’s Hall Of Fame video package. Ross revealed that he was quite upset at the exclusion as he simply could not comprehend why WWE would do that to him after working there for so many years and giving many years of his life there.
“What matters is how many JR soundbites have been in any of these packages. Is the wrestling war that volatile that the guy that was the soundtrack of the biggest moments in Undertaker’s career is eliminated? Is that authentic or is it just being selfish or vindictive? It’s not like I walked out of [WWE]. It’s not like I left them high and dry somewhere or I didn’t do my job. It’s all optics and that’s not fair to the fans. Why wouldn’t the fans be interested or entertained by hearing a bite that I did live? Are they going to dub somebody else’s voice in when Taker tosses Mick [Foley] off the Hell in a Cell in June of 1998?”