Triple H revealed to ESPN that he was ‘coughing blood’ before being rushed to the hospital last year. Triple H also revealed why he’s ‘forced to retire.’
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 also terrified a WWE Superstar before he got fired by the company.
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 12th year together and it is certainly a joyous occasion.
The Phenom has worked with the top pro wrestlers in the history of the business throughout the years and has had great matches with many of them. After shedding literal blood, sweat and teras, The Undertaker was recently announced to be inducted into the Hall Of Fame ceremony his year. For many fans and pro wrestlers alike, this was a long time coming as he had worked very hard and sacrificed his body for the pro wrestling business.
The Undertaker recently spoke on the latest episode of Out of Character, where he revealed that the classic picture with his ‘grandmother’ was not true at all.
I have no idea who that is and why I’m in that lady’s house.
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During a recent interview on True Geordie, The Undertaker discussed what he felt is currently missing from today’s WWE product. Credit to Fightful for the below.
“I feel like there is a level of grit that is missing from today’s product. I don’t know that it’s anybody’s fault. We all aged out. That new group has come up. When you watch Brock wrestle, you’re interested because you know; he has this background as an amateur wrestler, professional wrestler, mixed martial artist. Brock doesn’t do a bunch of crazy moves. He manhandles your ass. You get in there, get thrown around, and get smashed. Roman (Reigns) has a little bit of that to him. When he wants to, Randy (Orton) has a bit of that to him. A lot of the younger talent…it’s the evolution that comic book era, the superhero era, that’s their motivation and inspiration. They didn’t have to come up and bust heads in bars and figure out how they were going to eat. Good or bad, it’s what it is.”