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.
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.
Former WWE Superstar Maven talked about him eliminating The Undertaker at the 2002 Royal Rumble on the Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast, revealing that he was genuinely terrified of The Undertaker after eliminating him.
“I eliminated him, he sells, gets up, turns, and looks at me… Then you see the fear on my face. Most people are like, ‘That’s some great acting there.’ Nuh-uh, I wasn’t acting. I was legitimately terrified at that moment. Legitimately, not even working, I was shoot terrified because I didn’t know if I kicked him too hard.”
In other news regarding The Undertaker, speaking on his podcast, tag team specialist and current AEW star Matt Hardy discussed ‘The Deadman’ entering the WWE Hall of Fame – Credit to Fightful for the following quote.
“Thinking of the last 30 years. I mean, when you think of WWE, The Undertaker and WWE are synonymous. No one deserves the Hall of Fame bid more than The Undertaker. So this is like a big deal. I feel like ‘Taker wanted to, and I get it and I’m passionate because I feel the same, I want to get all I can out of my body. I love pro wrestling, it’s my passion, I enjoy it and as long as I can do it, I would like to do it. ‘Taker was of that same mentality and he was such a company guy through and through. The number of times that he worked hurt or the number of times he stepped up and did amazing stuff as The Undertaker, whether it was from an angle perspective or a match perspective, is just uncountable in WWE. He is like, the heart and soul of WWE in many ways. So it’s great to see him going in,”