In the course of his 30 year WWE career, The Undertaker was involved in some amazing storylines, which were thoroughly enjoyed by the viewers. Although The Undertaker was not that much of a talker, his segments involving his mind games were very entertaining and intriguing.
The Undertaker also had his fair share of comedic moments, which were mostly during his American Badass Persona. As one of Vince McMahon’s closest friends, The Deadman consistently carried out his instructions and gave his all in the ring. However, there were also times when he argued with his boss and refused to do certain things.
During an episode of RAW in 2002, after the show had went off-air, Vince McMahon interrupted several superstars in the ring including Undertaker and proceeded to do a Vince-o-roonie. Vince McMahon’s spin a roonie was hilarious and far from Booker T’s version. McMahon then ordered The Undertaker to perform the spin o roonie, but the Deadman refused to do it and never performed it. Thereafter, Triple H went on to perform his own version before getting choke slammed by Taker. The Rock then performed his version, which was quite good, and proceeded to hit a spine buster on Triple H.
During a recent appearance on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, The Undertaker revealed that he won that battle with Vince as he never got him to do a Takeroonie.
“I always told him [Vince McMahon], ‘I don’t care who you are, what you do, you’ll never get me to do that.’ And you don’t tell Vince that you can’t or won’t do something, because it becomes his passion in life. But I can honestly say he never got me to do a Takeroonie. So, I won. That’s the one battle I won with Vince.”
Booker T also shared a story once regarding the segment, where he stated that The Undertaker reportedly gave Booker T a profound look and jokingly exclaimed, “Booker, I’m going to kill you,”
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