Vince McMahon Told Undertaker To Lose To AEW Star

WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker has been of the greatest stars of the company and he has been a valuable asset of the WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. Matt Hardy, who is currently signed with AEW, had some great stints with WWE. He got his major break as part of the Brock Lesnar/Undertaker Feud from 2002 and during that feud, Matt Hardy picked up two victories over Undertaker.



Vince McMahon was adamant about the pinfall victory of Matt Hardy over The Undertaker

It turns out Vince had demanded Matt Hardy to pick one of those victories occur by pinfall in a Falls Count Anywhere match.Matt Hardy recalled the victory over The Undertaker on the latest episode of The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy podcast. He said that Vince was high on his work and shared a great relationship.

“Vince was very high on what I was doing there,” Matt began. “I had a great relationship with them at that time. It almost reminds me of when myself and MVP had a run on SmackDown. The door was always open to us because we were like the highest thing on the show and he loved us. It was a little bit of the same deal on SmackDown. I love the fact and I was very grateful that Vince inserted me into the top feud on SmackDown, which was Brock and The Undertaker, it’s almost like Brock and Paul Heyman were using me as an underling, taking advantage of me to where I didn’t realize it. because I just realized that was a big deal.

He continued:

“You know, Matt Hardy, Version One, Brock, Undertaker, the three big stars on SmackDown. Vince understood I was very aware of everything I was doing. I remember as we were doing that day, it was somewhere in Louisiana. I remember but we fought to the back and there was a deal where I kind of want a cage to get away from Undertaker Brock comes out he ends up F-5ing him and I feel like they were gonna do it on the floor, and they did it on the popcorn bags if you remember that. It was very weird, strange, you know? That’s where I ended up pinning Undertaker after.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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