‘I was like, ‘You can’t..’: US Army soldiers once found the undertaker guilty of scarring their childhood, but the dead had a comeback full of mind ready

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The Undertaker is one of the most popular professional wrestlers in the industry. His experience and accomplishments have made him one of the most respected entities in the sport. Since its inception, it has made a name for itself.

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The Phenom has been with WWE for about three decades now and has seen the evolution of the business from the very heart. He recently retired from professional wrestling after WrestleMania 36 and was inducted into the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame.

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Hailing from Houston, Texas, The Undertaker is a fan of the Houston Oilers. However, he describes himself as a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan. Prior to WrestleMania 38, WWE was on tour for a ticket-on-sale party for the event at AT&T Stadium.

It was here at this event, The Deadman opened up about being a part of Salvation at the Dallas Morning News service. When asked how he felt being part of the service salute at AT&T Stadium. He said, “Obviously, that was the most important thing of the day. Our veterans, first responders, those are things that are really close to my heart. »

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The WWE Hall of Famer continued, “I work with the Nine Line Foundation, so being here on ‘Hail to Service’, it was just awesome to see all these soldiers there in the pit, and they were so excited and could hang out a little bit, take a few photos, sign autographs, have a few conversations.

The Undertaker then continued how some Marines told him they feared him growing up. He said, “A few of them told me little stories about growing up and being so scared [of me] as they sat there in their attire, the Marines, you know, and I was like, ‘You can’t be scared, you’re a Marine!’ The Undertaker concluded by stating that it felt really cool to be able to scare the Marines.

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New show announced during The Undertaker’s UK tour

The Undertaker was supposed to return to the UK for a solo show ahead of Clash at the Castle. He was supposed to be part of the show called “UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW”. The Phenom was scheduled to perform at the September 2 event. However, due to its immense popularity, the show was sold out.

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However, due to its high demand, a new show for the same day in the afternoon has now been announced. Both of these shows will take place at the New Theater in Cardiff, Wales. The show will mark The Undertaker’s return to the UK since hanging up his boots in 2020.

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