The Undertaker is a huge part of WWE history. Even those who are not into pro wrestling recognize the Deadman. It is no doubt that the WWE Hall of Famer has established himself as a pop culture icon. That being said, The Phenom didn’t love everyone he interacted with in the locker room.

The Undertaker recently joined Tony Hawk and Jason Ellis on the Hawk vs Wolf podcast where he discussed all things outside the ring from fooling Dana White, almost losing an eye, life on the road, and keeping in character for his entire career. At one point he was questioned on his demeanor around people he did not get along with.

The Undertaker started off with the fact that the WWE is not different from any other company. Like all other companies, there might be people that you may not see eye to eye with. Regardless, the WWE Hall of Famer stated that he had respectful interactions with all people that he was not particularly fond of.

“There’s guys. I mean, it’s just like any business. There’s guys that you like. There’s guys that you don’t like. Business being business. I may not like you personally, but when I come into a dressing room or when I come into the arena, I’m gonna go up to you and I’m gonna shake your hand. That’s all I have to do, right? It’s just a matter of respect that I have for everybody that I work with. I’m not gonna go out and drink with you. I’m not going to party with you. I’m not gonna [celebrate with you], but I will do that. Then there was a lot of guys that I didn’t particularly care for on a personal note.”


On the same show, The Undertaker revealed his motives to show up to a UFC event. His intentions was to pick fight with none other than The Beast Incarnate, Brock Lesnar.

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Talha Asad Iqbal

Talha Asad Iqbal is an mechanical engineer who just loves everything wrestling. From spending his childhood collecting wrestling action figures to spending his adulthood writing about wrestling, he really seems to enjoy wrestling a bit too much. Outside wrestling and his work, he loves spending time in the gym and playing video games.

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