The Undertaker has perhaps had the most prolific career ever in WWE. There’s no doubt about how naturally talented he is, as he’s delivered some of the most spine-chilling and legendary moments in the ring. However, he was a force to be reckoned with even before he ever came to the forefront with WWE.
On the latest episode of Story Time with Dutch Mantell, the legendary booker told story about The Undertaker‘s altercation when he was a bouncer in Texas. Mantell, while speaking with JBL, revealed that the man told the WWE Hall of Famer, “I’m going, but you ain’t making me go.”
That’s when The Deadman had to confront the man and give him a beatdown he would remember for the rest of his life.
He said the same thing, he said, ‘I’m going, but you ain’t making me go.’ And he [The Undertaker] said, ‘I snatched that son of a b***h, I run his head right into the wall, put the boots to him, and threw him outside.’ (…) He was smart. He didn’t try to fight ‘Taker because that would be the wrong thing to do. But he threw his a** out.
This incident reveals just how prodigious Taker has been. However, there have been a few times where The Phenom has seen some punishment as well. Previously, The Deadman revealed on the Six Feet Under podcast that he was punished by Vince McMahon after his title reign was perceived as lackluster.
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