The Undertaker Says WWE Superstars In His Era Were Real Men Compared To Today's Superstars

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The Undertaker is a true legend in professional wrestling and has remained relevant for over thirty years. He has seen several wrestlers come and go and also the gradual change in the pro wrestling world.

The Undertaker recently talked about WWE’s current product, stating that he felt it was too ‘soft’ and found it hard to watch.

While speaking on Joe Rogan’s podcast, The Deadman compared the WWE Superstars when he used to work as a full-time competitor to the current Superstars.

The Undertaker stated that he preferred wrestlers from his era while criticizing the current Superstars. He said that the Superstars from his era were ‘real men’ unlike today’s Superstars, who are playing video games and trying to look pretty.

“In that era of guys too, men were men. You go into a dressing room today and it’s a lot different. I remember walking into my first real dressing room… half of them had knives and guns in their bags. Sh*t got handled then. Now you walk in and there’s guys playing video games and f**king making sure they look pretty. It’s evolution, I guess. I don’t know what it is, but I just like those eras, man. I liked when men were men.”

The Undertaker also revealed that he plans to be an outdoorsman now that he has retired from pro wrestling.

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