WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker has had a legendary career that spanned for thirty years. He has numerous accolades to his name and he has faced some iconic opponents. However, it all started when he faced Mario Mancini in his debut match for WWE in a winning effort. It has now come to light that Mancini could potentially land in trouble with the law if he attends WWE event.
Mario Mancini explains the reason
On the “Cheap Heat Productions Podcast,” Mancini stated he has earned the right to enter the backstage area at shows. However, he revealed that if he ever attempts to go backstage and is prevented from doing so, he thinks it could lead to his first arrest:
“I even told my students [at Paradise Alley Pro Wrestling] if they made it to the WWE, ‘I’m gonna come back there and see you if you make it there,’” Mancini said. “‘Mario, I don’t know if they’ll let you back there.’ I go, ‘Excuse me? What? Let me tell you something, if I showed up at a WWE event and they didn’t let me in the back, that’ll be the first time in my whole life that I would get arrested.’ I would get arrested.”
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Mancini worked for WWE as an in-ring competitor between 1984 and 1992. One of his most notable matches came in 1990 when he lost against the debuting Undertaker. He faced several other high-profile superstars during that time, including Bret Hart and Randy Savage. Mancini had grabbed the headlines before WrestleMania 38 when he made it clear that he wanted to attend The Undertaker’s Hall of Fame ceremony. However, it never attended the event as he was not invited.