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"undertaker" Discussed on The big d zone
"Dane in the continental term both heels. If you wanted to both feel vami dane. I'm not gonna fight you. Don't want 'em doll. I'm going for. You don't wanna now. This is the pay per view that the undertaker is both to make a very very special appearance and wwe and the thirty years out the undertaker and wwe He is a hall of famer yet. He should be in the hall of fame. No doubt about it is time for him to go to hall of fame because of the majesty of don. Do the streak and int. He should be in the hall of fame right now. what are they doing. Questionable practices the undertaker. The five have wrestle sting. Undertaker should be in the hall of fame right now. He should be in the hall of fame. What are you doing. What are you doing your. Yeah but anyway. So you're gonna take us Is going to have a special. Because this is survivors raises. The visor were undertaken with more. And i could find out if.
"undertaker" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"You do you think that was the right decision there to end it when you guys did with brock listener would you looking back. Would you like to have maybe kept going a little longer. I think so. I've answered this a couple of times but is it's a good question because the streets such a vital part of my legacy I always say. I don't think i don't think brock needed that. Victory was huge rocks. Coming back from you know. I mean he's back from ufc and he is You know he's an attraction all to himself and whether he loses to the undertaker is not going to hurt historic one bit. He's still going to be you. Know he's still be the beast garnett I thought personally that it would have done much. More for roman reigns Than it would for brock listener So only only add. In that sense. I would have you know roman reigns. It would've made a lot more sense to me than brock. So you have a very special and unique relationship with vince. If you if anyone out there has not watched the last ride on ww network you need to check it out. I think the most fascinating i mean. There's a lot of fascinating aspects of it but watching your relationship with. Vince is up there. Did you add the type Ultimately he's you know i've had so many people from wbz over the years and they all say the same thing at every decision is made by vince when it comes down to a final decision but but because you had this unique relationship with him this is not the right guide ends or we don't need to end the streak tonight. We don't need it here with brock. Or you know but vince. You're not gonna be able to change his mind so through the coercive thirty years. I've had several conversations with vince And not agreeing with a direction. We were moving in or a finnish And i would go into his office. We discuss it..
"undertaker" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"And so i think through the last few years because you see less and less up may we you know i mean. Obviously those are the things more so a lotta times than even the matches are are they entrances and the the anticipation 'cause you get the blackout and you get the or you get the dog and then the blackout and then you hear the thunder so it's kind of. It's all build up to when i finally come around that curtain and because the wwe does a lot of things with you know build. Pretend that somebody's coming out. It'll be somebody completely different. So it's kinda everybody's on bated breath was it him not him and then when you finally you know when you finally do the reveal You know that it's you know i. It's just part of the buildup to An appearance because i just do so so few now And you know when you add different things to the element you know when you add smoke you add the fire Just it's it's gotten longer. Of course i mean that character does not walk fast. It's the you know the whole story the match to start as soon as as soon as the lights go out. That's when the match starts in my opinion right. So i mean that's all that's all set the table and then that guys standing in the rain that has to stand there and watch all this right i mean you you are watching your demise slowly making. Its way to the ring. And that's that's kind of the concept that we use even though you take the hat off take it off. It's very drawn out. Everything is drawn out and yeah everything is done meticulously enfor four reason and four purpose. Yeah you've met. You said a couple of times here that we haven't seen a ton of you in the ring and on television over the last couple of years but one thing we've seen which i've been fascinated by as a wwf fan and as an undertaker fan as someone who covers media is you went thirty years with barely doing any interviews. And now we've seen you do a ton of interviews over the past year With the last ride which was great on. ww network. So two questions for you one. What question are you sick of being asked after doing a year it seems like of interviews and to how difficult has it that transition been from always staying out of the limelight into doing all these interviews. Has that been for you..
"undertaker" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"From the wwe is the guest survivor. Series is this sunday. He will play a big role in it as he makes his final farewell. That's wwe's billing it so we talk about that and go through a lot of stuff from his very illustrious career with the wwe if you miss any recent episodes of the sec media podcast. Jim nance on last week. Make sure you check that out. We've had curb street on recently. Peter schrager andy johnson. Check those all. The archives subscribe rate and review. Let's not waste any more time. Let's get to the undertaker joining me. Now doesn't really need much of an introduction on the all time greats if not the all time great in pro wrestling history from the wwe. The marcali has it going. It's great man. Thanks for having me on my pleasure. Been a fan for a long time in big week for you here. We got survivor series on sunday. Seven o'clock on the wwe network. They're billing it as the final farewell for you but details are very very few and far between on what's going to happen. I don't know if you can spill anything without giving us full spoilers. But what should we expect to see on sunday at the survivor series. You got about as much knowledge as i do.
The Kerry Babies
"On saturday april fourteenth nineteen eighty-four. In cahiers sabine in county kerry ireland a local man jack griffin was out for a jog on white strand fees when he saw what looked like a doll wedged between the rocks in a plastic back. It was the body of a newborn baby. Boy he had been strangled. His neck was broken and his tiny body had twenty eight stab wounds. Four of them were in his heart. The baby was about five days old born on or about the seventh of april and had been dead for two days the irish police known as the gardy recalled and they in turn called the undertaker. Tom carnitine when he arrived tom. Cruise into the baby with water from a nearby freshwater stream. He placed him in a small casket and gave him a name john. The gardy suspected the baby's mother specifically an unmarried mother perhaps a teenage girl or woman who was having an affair with a married man in catholic ireland in the early eighties. Abortion was illegal as was divorce condoms were only available with a prescription and birth control. Pills were only prescribed to married women. Both were difficult to obtain any sex education or lack thereof was laid out by the church. Young unmarried woman found herself pregnant. Her parents could send her away to a church. Run home where she would have her baby in secret and then the nuns would take it away for adoption. Irish women few options could use. Evine was a small town in police. Knew that someone with no something. They questioned women all over town even physically examining some of them for signs of a recent pregnancy before long. They found a suspect joanne hayes. Joanne hayes was a twenty five year old single mother who lived roughly forty miles away. In abbey dorney north kerry. She had recently been pregnant but wasn't anymore and no one had seen a baby. Joanne worked as a receptionist at a gym. It was there that she met the father of her children. Jeremiah block jeremiah. Was married with children so joe am lived with her daughter. Her mother her aunt and her siblings on the family farm. She hid the pregnancy and by april. Her relationship with jeremiah was over joanne. Hayes told police that she gave birth alone on april twelfth but her baby died shortly after she then buried the infant on her family's farm. Burials like this were common as babies who were born out of wedlock or weren't baptized. Were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground. Babies like joannes received home. Burials after this traumatic birth joanne needed medical attention and it was through the hospital that these authorities discovered her as the guardian interrogated joann. She begged and pleaded insisting that if they would just allow her to show them her baby's grave on the farm. She could prove that she was not responsible for baby john. They refused
"undertaker" Discussed on Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
"It's Merriam. Webster's of the day for August twenty. Eight. Today's word is undertaker spelled as one word U N. D. E. R. T. A. K. E. R. undertaker is a noun that means one who undertakes one who takes the risk and management of business. It's a synonym of the word entrepreneur. It can also mean one whose business is to prepare the dead for burial and to arrange and manage funerals. It can also mean an Englishman taking over forfeited lands in Ireland in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Here's the word used a sentence from the Albany Times Union by ROB Hoffman. The movement towards home thrown funerals is being spearheaded by Heidi Boucher a self proclaimed home death care guide. Boucher is what could best be described as half holistic hippy and half nineteenth century undertaker. You may wonder how the word undertaker made the transition from one who undertakes to one who makes a living in the funeral business. The latter meaning descends from the use of the word to mean one who takes on business responsibilities. In the eighteenth century. A funeral undertaker was someone who undertook or managed a funeral business. There were many undertaker's in those days undertaking all sorts of businesses but as time went on undertaker became specifically identified with the profession of ranging burial today funeral director is more commonly used, but undertaker still appears with your word of the day I'm Peter Sokolski. Visit Merriam Webster Dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups..
Shane McMahon introduces ‘RAW Underground’ in WWE that has scripted MMA fights in wrestling
"WWE under. Underground where underground now, where in the storage closet coming to you live with Shaneco Mac he's sweaty but that doesn't stop him another to do with it. He'd be sweating if they were in a meat locker, don't matter no ropes. No rules. Man. I have never. Liked Shane McMahon like From twenty five years ago up to and including today. Just. CanNot stand him. You never met a happy guy when he came back. And I was like, what is an I remember like people being like Oh my God. It's going to be Shane and undertaker mania on I'm like what is wrong with you? Why would you WANNA see that. Shane is just he's GonNa jump off something High Ching Ching Ling God, the entrance, the heat he would get with the fuck in the mean street posse and stuff. But fuck man now like when they were hyping like Shane, McMahon's back I was like. Oh. Boy. This is the break glass in case of emergency I. Guess. Underground. Yeah and the you know I saw that the under thirty or whatever was up. So there was some curiosity whether that holds over I. Don't know that you've also got the The the faction with MVP, which has what are they called Har Business or murder business or something. To. US News whatever I mean at least that would be something I I just whatever it was like that was the first one on the that was just the first name on the list. Go with that.
"undertaker" Discussed on Busted Open
"You'll never see gift. What a Saturday a dish! Is. A man you are kidding, you talk about Barron Corporate. We will get into Baron Corbin and his promos last night and everything that came from smackdown, but we also get an inspirational speech. Our new coach Henri over there putting everything into perspective, this combet help the wildness of two thousand and twenty thrust. You do not want to Miss Mark Ken Republican you of on this week and heavy. Through walls that is on this edition also mark. It wouldn't be a Saturday show without a weekly winter bought mark. What is going to separate this weekly winner from every weekly winter of the past? We're doing two segments weekly winter. This week was so nice. We had to do it twice to SOS two segments a very lengthy review of the week. That was in professional. Week was too big, too big one saying. I I enjoyed what we went with for learning something. You learned something about ourselves and they segment. We cover a lot of ground, so you gotta tune. That's all you gotta do is sit back. Relax click playing going busted open on a Saturday. Let's go. When someone evokes the name of a legend like the undertaker light. Baron Corbin did last night repeatedly. Yes, it. Yes. It allowed for the main event to mean a little bit more. It provided this Nice sendoff for Jeff Hardy, getting on one knee and mimicking the undertaker, but again it feels like you wouldn't be bringing up the undertaker's name in this way just to get heat especially one week removed from finding out. He's retired. It feels like mark that there's more to this like. See the undertaker against somewhere down the road. How you dissect and all this? Well Munis exactly what I was saying you know prior to the break we just had is when I spoke to my friend who? Were Nali. Fans of the Progressive Business in Gaza actually on that level. But we also critique it and we break it down ally in trying to figure out in our mind. What was said and what was done? We both teams conclusion. They would not waste time. Provoking under tigger. And talking negatively about the undertaker. In a retirement. Anna a celebration if you will of his career if He was not gonNA come back in hand bank organizations. So I look at it then you know I'm very hopeful. That the it is going to come back in. Give in Corbin the the woman, all weapons but when that's going to happen. I don't know because the way that it is. It can be drew out for months. Well you don't Bar Calloway. Just as well as anybody mark I mean. We just finished the last ride. It was emotional. You saw the finality of it I it again. I take her talked about it. You Know Vincent van comes being you know. He's in Iraq and a hard place, and he needs me to come out of retirement. What I do it well. You never say never so I for his final list felt nothing to me ever. Ever feels final in pro wrestling mark because you mentioned it before we went to break Rick Flair ric flair on retired eight different times, nothing ever feels final. Is there anything you can take away from the last ride? That documentary where you say hey, maybe this is actually it. Is there anything you saw in? His is in his words in the way he carried him. So you? You know what I mean. Respect of a great town you WanNa. Give back to the business. Before you leave it you. WanNa. Leave the business better than you got it. How can you do that? Okay? Let's lead the best hill and wrestling Berry Gorman. Give Baron, Corbin, that veteran hat, give him that rub on your way out. help build somebody. That's GONNA. Be You know? Bear Gore was going to be around another ten years young enough. He's dominant. Enough is skilled enough, and he's got a pulse of Prowrestler Romeo's important. Leave him on top leave Barron Corbin the baddest bitch in pro wrestling, and if you beat the take. If you damaged undertaking. You harm on the ticket you. Speak negatively about danger. you've put yourself in a category where every wrestler banning the world all of us. Off Focused, in on bat singularity point. And That's what you call given. Rub and undertake. A one is last match embiid ages. So we're was the rub in that eight hundred thousand made man. You need to give that somebody. Like Burn Gorman. How hard mark is it to? Battle with retirement. I mean obviously you speak from. Experience that I can only imagine listeners out. There have no frame of reference even if they are listening and they are professional wrestlers, chances are they're not all of famers like you an in game to the business like you did and had the career in the lengths that you did your career a similar undertaker. Okay, everybody it's it's. It's different by a couple of years, but. But twenty plus years of entertaining, going out there, feeding off the crowd, and and having that adrenaline and having that relationship with the fans. How hard is it to stay away and to not want to go back and get back to the business, and to and to be a part of the locker room into feel that Adrenalin. How difficult is it to battle with that in retirement? From from Green's them point. Reminds me a wire. Way? But I still get butterflies when the music plays the start to show. I think about how I could elevate people I. Think about being involved in angles. If that was me out there, this is what I would do and Bass. That's one of the Bane Ben Ben Undertaker's GonNa Experience for the averse time, even though there have been years maybe five or six years where he's on Russell once an our their wrestlemainia. But. He's still was a major backer. He's still you can just play promos of the undertaker you you can have meet and greets in a word undertaken was GONNA sign. At wrestlemainia you could have undertaken. Go out and. Do his whole entrance and deliver a message to pro wrestling fans whenever? But. From a retirement standpoint. Is. Tough because now you don't have them outlet for your ideas. You can't go out there and perform the thing that you could do is. You could do like I did. you can. Become a part of the county development process. You get an start being a trainer ban it and at the performance doing camps in different series. you can take him to another level. Maybe take his gun ambition of been A. a writer producer. Director.
"undertaker" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling
"You know and and bread didn't really WANNA. You know he didn't really want to change his style too much to Kinda cater to the undertaker character. so it was my first chance relate to. To actually work work. And then to figure out okay now, can you work the Gimmick? And then work a wrestling match. and has really really good matches with breath that I'm really proud of We're that kind of started becoming as Kind, where I started getting more better talent, and then obviously that went into st early Shawn Michaels stuff and And I was like. Yeah, this is this is pretty cool, and so is you ever have it when I was young? When I was young and really healthy. I wouldn't taken a lot of bumps, and as I got older more beat up the bumps to. The whole thing mixed up. I did it I did it backwards has started to launches and stuff like that. You know like now that I've gotten. beat up a little bit. Let me let me throw some Lucia in here. Why? Did you have any hideous ideas like before you actually found this character? Were there any hideous ideas like Oh God? Thank God that that never took off. Only the one that I created my head. So? I'm sure you've probably heard the story of egg man by now. had. Would convinced it the he did the build up at the time. That I debuted at survivor series in in ninety. You know they had the build up for the. Giant on set. And they were building up and I was I convinced myself without. Anybody saying a word to me. That I was going to be coming out of that egg. And that I'd be egg. Man Like I was at that point rows. Let's try let my hair grow out and I was working on my look and all that other stuff. This is even before undertaker was even ever that ever had breath read into it. So. There's this on the set every week. Right and I'm I'm at home like watching. I'm like oh I'm will be I'M GONNA come out of that egg and I know it's going to be me. I'M GONNA come out of that egg. He's GonNa Make Me Shave my head, and I'm going to shave my eyebrows and I'm GonNa. Be Egg man. Honestly working myself up into a nervous panic. and. Finally one day the phone the phone rang and. I got up because we didn't have. Cell phones I got got up with answered the phone and it was like like. Hello, would he goes? This the. Undertaker undertaker. Undertaker's not egg man. Took me a second to realize it was right and I was like. Man Under. Yes sir. This is the undertaker. New. Obviously, obviously by give myself in all ser- worried about becoming egg, man and but. was.
"undertaker" Discussed on Busted Open
"I know I know you live more house shit. Oh I'm not going to be the next fifteen twenty minutes. I'm leaving bark possible. You know but you do make a good point. Mark is that the man is going to outlast the character in some ways and some ways. It's not because this character of the undertaker is GonNa live forever. You know this is you know. And that's the one thing. I'm sure that he makes you very proud is that you know people are going to speak your name. You know. Twenty five thirty forty fifty years from now at started hundred. You know as one of the greatest of that's ever stepped into a squared circle. I'm sure that's something that makes you very proud. No I am very proud You know I was obviously I was blessed far beyond what my imagination could ever even dream up. You know when I decided to get into this this journey and into professional wrestling But yeah you know and it's it's it's Kinda strange how this whole thing came about And this this process I didn't. We didn't start with the process of. Let's make a documentary. You know this original concept I just started like because when I got to Orlando and was gonNA work with Roman in my mind. That was going to be it and And so I just wanted because I protected this character I for so long and and you know obviously the you know the boys inside. They they got to see those kind of parts me but the rest of the world didn't and I didn't know I didn't know what we're GonNa do with the footage but I know that I wanted it and And I knew I wasn't going to have another opportunity to get it and So that's kind of how it it really. It started and then the next thing you know three years down the road and we have tons of footage. And then we've got this. You know we we realize like wow we've got a really really good story here about You know my me coming to grips with you. Know my my wrestling mortality. And all of that so Really you know. Obviously I'm really proud of how this is turning out and and And and you know I in the beginning you know I'd go back and forth at the UH this. Is this horrible idea of you. Know my my real fan base is GonNa you know they're gonNA. We're not gonNA like it and you know. Then there's the the part of me is like okay. People have been clamoring for this for years and they wanted to see this. So I mean I had all these dueling battles and whether it was a good idea or not but I'm I'm glad that I've worked long and hard with Dan Puccini alleys bruce produced it and Really really happy that You Know I. It's turned out the way it has and again you can watch last ride on the WWE network episode three is starting to stream on Sunday at ten. Am and you know Marken. I obviously talk a lot. Mark and Tommy and bully. Who are all part of bus? It Open we talk a lot about what's going on currently in pro wrestling but we do like to look back as well and one of my to ask you this because if I got young a lot of got asked but you know one of my favorite territories of all time was world class championship wrestling and and I know you kinda started there and you know I just want to ask you what it was like to watch a promotion be a part of promotion. You know wrestle in a place like the sport a Tory him. What was that like for you starting out? Well you know. It's it's funny because obviously it was a it was a completely different era back then and Back then all. The guys were real protective of their spy You know no one really wanted to you know no one wanted to help any you know any greenhorn coming in and if they did give you advice halftime it was wrong just so that you would go out and screw you know screw up and you know maybe get your notice or get finished up or whatever I I do remember the first time. And walking into the dressing room Must have been twenty one years old And just realizing you know. I'm you know I'm six foot eight three hundred and fifteen pounds Hannah Myself. You know pretty pretty good You know I'm bouncing all these clubs and doing all this other stuff but I walked in edge first dressing room and world class and and I'm just looking around at a bunch of grizzled men like you can just read it on their faces that they've been through you know and probably wouldn't think twice about speaking you with a shift or something. I mean it was You know I had. I had to sit there and assess and find my little spot in the corner and get out everybody else's way and you know realize that I'm in a whole different world now and And it was it was it was It was a little different atmosphere than than it is. Now that's for sure. A little a bradshaw stories about the sports story in you know guys getting into it about you know somebody being too stiff for you know like hey that's my thing while you're still in my thing and they said okay well just mood furniture out the way and whoever laws had to leave the territory that that things like that. Yeah you know back in the day. It was like you called in the shower. You you knew something was about to go down. Like that's wherever they used to get settled was in the shower. Obviously you know Definitely not making light of it. But you know that's where you know brody was killed brody was killed in the shower. I mean that's just that was the that was the commonplace for things to go down and But you're right. There was a there was a you know guys protected things a lot. You know you use somebody else's move or you know did something or did something in a promo that somebody else is using man it. It was serious back then You guys didn't get on twitter and you know and give some kind of a passive aggressive remark. I mean they they they handle their business back then and You knew what was accepted and you knew what it wasn't it wasn't accepted and if you cross the line you knew most times you know nine times out of ten. You're GONNA have to. You're going to have to deal with. So what was the first time wasn't it wasn't the first time you met. Pallbearer was down there. Yeah so funny. Enough I had So I went. This is story. I really hadn't been told a whole lot like I had no ends in in the business. Right so I only thing that I knew was that they met every Wednesday at the sports story. I'm like guys come in and get their checks and then they had a booking meeting. I knew that's when You know whoever was booking the territory was going to be in the office so I went every Wednesday for about eight months and set in the lobby there at at the sports story. I'm just hoping that somebody would would would notice me or speak to me or you know and it was only the only one ever spoke to me for for months and months was Bronco Lubich you know basically like Oh you're here again kid and I was like Yes sir Mr Lewis you know. Hopefully you know making chance. Talk Somebody Today. And he says okay. Then you know he'd go into his office and guys who come. I mean it's not a big you know I don't know if you've been the story on but it wasn't a big area you guys would come in walk right by me not even acknowledge me you know. Don's I'd stand up. They just walk right by me. Okay yeah that's the way it is and I did that Like I said for about eight months and lucky enough one day. Fritz came in and Fritz started. Walk by me as well and he just. Kinda glanced down at me. And you know he. He laughs at me. And then he went into Broncos office Bronco Lubich office and said WHO's that kid out there he's He's he's been coming here for months he's just trying to get a book you know he's trying to get a booking and breaks goes. Gary Hart was booking time and I just still Gary to book him Friday night he he looks just like David. Which is Tom I did. My Hair was red and I and I did. I resemble David Volunteer. You know which he had already passed and And that's how I got my first my first break and Yeah and then so.
"undertaker" Discussed on Busted Open
"Open these men and women that build the business. Then the barracks keeps you up to date on all things. Boxing boxing of young expect Thomas has you covered for mixed martial arts Joe. Rogan is the most important influence irving in all broken down like nowhere else only on Sirius. Xm Channel One fifty six that man himself and you see each and every Sunday episode three at ten am will start streaming on the wwe network the last ride and we see a different side of this man and that is the one and only undertaker joining us right here. I'm busted open sir. How are you this morning? I'm good how are you guys doing? We're all so mad. Fu Awesome awesome share. Right now. Bully Ray is going daggers. In my back why he he.
"undertaker" Discussed on Busted Open
"I want the undertaker back. Like I can't let go is what I'm saying. I can't let go got. I'm so for me to on interview yesterday. He even said he was talking about when the street got broken. They said did anybody else. No he said Yeah my wife that afternoon and after I calmed her down yes. I'M A fan. I totally this is true. Soy and so And then you know with the match this year he somebody was asking. He said they called me up. And said you know if you've got one more match in you and Mark Twain like I don't know and he said so I asked my wife and I did? I said Oh man it's Aj like show like if there's anybody who can get in the ring with do it. He's like she totally spoiled me like. I thought she was going to be like. Aren't you finished? But no I enjoy watching him. To selfishly but selfishly. Clearly it's helped comes first. I want him to be healthy but Yeah I feel Ya. It's amazing because these last few years you really have been seeing those fantasy matchups that the fans wanted to see you know in New Orleans you got to see undertaker in Johnson like you said and this bone yard batches seeing the undertaker and AJ style. So it it's it's hard because you're right. It's like these because now everybody has to have who. Who can undertaker be and? Is this going to be his last match? You know these are like the fantasy bookings from the fans almost right right. Yeah and I knew after the scene. Amash 'cause I knew how good he felt going in and then when it only lasted a few minutes I was like Oh boy is given. He's going again at some point. Yeah for you watching the last ride and seeing this played out and knowing that the fans are seeing a different perspective of of the undertaker and your relationship I mean. I'm sure you have to be proud of the work. That's been done in how this has been presented and also the reaction from a lot of fans on social media. Yeah for sure I mean w e did such a good job producing. I mean. They truly did. It's just it's obviously I'm biased. But it's beautiful in my eyes And do like how they portrayed our relationship. A lot of people have always wondered What like being married to him and you know even in the documentary was like I've said a million times. He's one of the two people did not want meet. When I got there can be and the other one course. I married Mark But like he's not you know creepy all the time. He doesn't walk around the house in his eyeliner. How time like he doesn't you know He'll lay on the document he'll tell everybody real quick that I at him for quite some time. I think he'd the truth eventually comes out so I'm okay with that but I'm glad it's it's it's nice. It's nice to personally. Just have for you. Know years to come for our family was about three or four guys sitting in the bowl. And y'all talk on the show. Yeah I was one of those guys sitting there when you start throwing the football and mark terms to bradshaw and goes. That's that's Mrs Calloway right there. I don't think now that you said that I remember that funny. I totally forgot about that. Yeah I was like see. That's simple he is he just wants. I could throw a spiral that's all. It took like. We are over there like holy. Did you see that you know when one knows? Brett farve hummers to make them sound when it fly by Veuve Local family if you're going to throw you better barrel. That was all who who would be the one that would say they would have best athlete like who would enter competitive you are. That's the problem as well. We'd probably all say we were. That's the problem you know. I don't know I mean you got my brother who played d. One Got A D. One football and baseball scholarship. My Cousin League got a d. One baseball and then played in the minors for awhile. My cousin got a D. One BASEBALL MY COUSIN. Jimmy played softball. I I mean it's it's We all played mother. Cousin dove at Alabama. Like I duNno and we're all just so stubborn we'd probably ourselves so in a game horse right now one last night. So if you're asking what the most recent one last night I'll say there who you mark but I guess I already know. Yep You know one last night. This is going to be conversation in the next hour and a lot of back and forth. But he'll tell you any sport I beat him in like one day we were on the road. We're bored and we went bowling and then like we had a peanut gallery too and I was just. I couldn't miss for some reason and I scored. I don't know something crazy. High and beating. Then he's like but I had a torn bicep. He towards by something that was already porn. So there'll be some excuse. I guarantee you know no. We have competitive last question for me and thank you so much for joining us. I don't know if you hurt like if you are a big wrestling fan. You should be listening to busted open every day but we did grant this under. I started are. It's a national holiday now. I don't know if you heard but may twenty second now taker day. It's undertaker day. I just started today so back. That's right banks are going to be closing school or you know this is. This is going to be now from the end time on the calendar when you buy counter calendar in two thousand and twenty five twenty seconds they undertaker day and kids are GonNa be like Oh great. No school like this is. This is now undertaker day every day around here now but now it's nationwide world. You know it said yesterday mark. She said Somebody asked interview besides your Mommy and Daddy. Who's your favorite? And she goes well. My Mommy is number one but my daddy. He's like top one hundred there's Big Mr Mark John Sina. She proceeded to name INEX- People. I hadn't even heard like everybody. She like. Maybe like top one thousand actually. I'm not sure that's amazing to me because mark and I are talking about top three of all time and you know and I'm least. He made the top hundred. I mean it's I know. I think that we're GONNA ask you my last question my last question for me. I'm I'm asking you to strictly as a fan okay. Okay uh-huh if if if the one last match you want to see from the undertaker who would you want to see in the ring the undertaker in his final match? Oh man like past present future. I can be anyone could be anyone. Oh Jeez Maybe me so I could just finally ended.
"undertaker" Discussed on Busted Open
"Open podcast on undertaker day. And it's the undertaker day. Why because we have the fee knob the dead man himself the undertaker joining us on the podcast. Today it's myself and Mark Henry. Wwe Hall of Famer talking to another legend the undertaker also as you see on the last ride on the wwe network. We are also joined by Michelle McColl so undertaker day Michelle McConnell and the legend himself the fee nom the undertaker right now on the busted open. Podcast back.
Paul Bearer Faces The Undertaker
"Ring. Mankind actually got a win over the undertaker which is pretty uncommon in this era that leads to the boiler room brawl here at Summer Slam. Ninety six to win the match either man has to take the earned from Paul in the ring on undertaker as about to get Paul's hesitant to give it to him and finally Paul hits the undertaker in the head hands it to mankind. Mankind gets the win. This is a big deal to see this duo. That's been together since one thousand nine hundred ninety. I mean it's some there's anonymous I mean. They're salt and pepper here and now pallbearer is going to turn heel against the undertaker.
The Last Responder: A day with an NYC undertaker
"It's not just first responders in New York who are overwhelmed by the corona virus outbreak the last responders funeral directors are dealing with the fallout of an unbelievable death toll as well New York state has been averaging five hundred corona virus deaths a day recently and these days are unlike anything Tom Cheeseman says he's ever sat in his thirty years as a funeral director the hospitals like everyone else right now she's been says he's appalled at how the debtor treated twice recently hospitals had so many bodies he says they couldn't even find the ones he was picking up I went to two different facilities in Brooklyn and they have refrigerated trucks forty fifty for perjury to trucks outside of their facilities with human remains in the and at the end of yet another long day at another hospital trying to pick up another body Cheeseman says there's just no catching up Julie Walker New York
Greatest Hits: Well-traveled Bodies
"In the winter of nineteen seventy six the six million dollar man. Tv show was filming in a haunted house in Long Beach. California when a crew member went to move a garish looking dummy to a different spot. The dummies arm broke off at the elbow. It was then that the crew member noticed the end of a human bone. Sticking out of the truncated limb. This wasn't a mannequin. This was elmer mccurdy a career criminal who died sixty five years earlier in Oklahoma. My Name's Moxy. And this is your brain on facts as forensic science slash true crime slash weird history buff of the first order. I almost didn't include mccurdy in today's episode of well-traveled corpses. Because his story makes all of these lists. But you know me. I like to be thorough. Elmer mccurdy was born January. First eighteen eighty two an unwed mother and adopted by his uncle and aunt. The first twenty years of his life were fairly unremarkable until a string of personal losses led him to say screw it. I'm ago Robson. Trains a brief stint in the army. Seen him trained to use nitroglycerine for demolition and he decided to blend the two careers the trouble was he tended to be heavy handed with the explosives once costing his gang ninety percent of the money in a safe he blew their remaining ten percent that they did get was in coins. That were melted together. Mccurdy's final robbery took place on October. Fourth Nineteen Eleven Niro Keys Oklahoma. When mccurdy and his men mistakenly stopped a passenger train instead of the one carrying four hundred thousand dollars that they were after the men were only able to steal about forty six dollars from the mail clerk some whiskey a pistol and the train conductors. Watch a newspaper account of the robbery called it quote. One of the smallest in the history of train robbery even still a two thousand dollar bounty was put on mccurdy and someone gave him up in the wee hours of October seventh. Apostasy of sheriff's tracked mccurdy to a Hacia using bloodhounds. Gunfire was exchanged for over an hour and in the end. Mccurdy was shot in the chest and killed mccurdy. Spotty was subsequently taken to the Johnson funeral home in Husk Oklahoma where it went on claimed Joseph Johnson the owner and undertaker embalmed body with an arsenic based preservative and stored it in the back of the funeral home refusing to bury the body or release it until he had been paid for his services. Johnson then decided if he was going to get any money out of this situation. He'd have to be more proactive. He dressed the corpse up in street. Clothes place to rifle and mccurdy's hands and stood up in the corner of the funeral home for a nickel apiece. Visitors could see the bandit who wouldn't give up. Mccurdy became a popular attraction at the funeral home and also drew the attention of carnival. Promoters though Johnson refused numerous offers to buy the mummified body in nineteen sixteen a man claiming to be elmer mccurdy's long lost brother got permission from the sheriff to take custody of the body and ship it to San Francisco for a proper burial. The following day Johnson released the body to this man and an accomplice who then put it on a train bound for Arkansas City Kansas. Then were in fact. James and Charles Patterson owners of the Great Patterson Carnival shows where mccurdy's corpse would be featured until nineteen twenty two when Paterson sold his operation to Louis. Sonny Sonny use mccurdy's corpse in his Traveling Museum of crime show which featured wax replicas famous outlaws such as Bill Doolan and Jesse James in Nineteen Twenty eight. The corpse was part of the official sideshow that accompanied the Trans American footrace. In thirty three it was acquired for a time. By director Duane Esper- to promote his exploitation film narcotic with an exclamation point in a very William Castle style move. The corpse was placed in the lobby of the theater as a dead dope. Fiend by this time some twenty two years after death mccurdy's body had become fide. The skin was hard and the body had shriveled to the size of a child. Esperer claims that this deterioration was proof of the danger of drunks. Mccurdy's corpse would bounce between warehouses and movie sets for the next four decades damage from mishandling. Meant that the corpse was no longer all that lifelike which is how it found. Its Way to the left in the dark funhouse at the Pike in Long Beach. After it was discovered that he wasn't a mannequin mccurdy was sent to the La Coroner by this time. The body was essentially petrified and had been covered in wax and layers of paint. It weighed about fifty pounds or twenty three kilos and was sixty three inches or one hundred sixty centimeters tall. Some hair was still visible on the sides. And back of the head but mccurdy's ears big toes and many of his fingers. Were missing of all the clues that lead the coroner and accompanying historians to determine the mummy's identity. The most interesting was found in the courteous mouth. It had nothing to do with. His teeth was a nineteen twenty. Four penny and ticket stops to the one forty West Pike side show and the Louis Sunny Museum of crime. The discovery made national headlines and an actual distant relative came forward to claim mccurdy's body which was buried on April twenty second nineteen seventy seven in the boot hill section of the summit new cemetery in Guthrie Oklahoma next to the actual body of outlaw. Bill Doolan two feet of concrete were poured on top of the coffin to ensure that mccurdy's rambling days for over mccurdy. Hardly the only outlaw turned famous. Mummy take the case of one. Hazel Farris born in Kentucky in eighteen eighty orphaned as a child and later married to a man with whom she drank heavily and fought loudly. Her history is morphed into folklore but by all accounts on August Sixth Nineteen Five. The couple had an argument over Paris's desire to buy a new hat. If you've been in a relationship for any length of time you know that wasn't really what they were fighting about. The two came to blows and Farris ended up shooting. Her husband who died on the living room floor. Neighbors heard the gunshots summoned police. The situation did not improve upon their arrival because fairus shot and killed them to a passing. Deputy Sheriff heard. The Commotion Gained Entry. To the House and tried to restrain Farris during the scuffle. The deputy tripped on Ferris's husband's body accidentally firing his gun and shooting off. One of her fingers there is eventually broke free and fatally shot the deputy as well so she shot the sheriff and she did shoot the deputy with five murders under her belt and a five hundred dollar reward for her capture which I couldn't put into modern figures because the inflation calculators don't go back that far fairus fled to Bessemer Alabama to try to begin a new life. One version of her story has her posing as schoolmarm another as her working as a prostitute. Both agree that she drank excessively she took up with a new man and when they became engaged fairus confided in. Him who she really was. He immediately gave her up to police on December twentieth. Nineteen O six fairly certain. She wouldn't emerge victorious from a second shootout. He sulfurous committed suicide by drinking combination of Whiskey fuel. Oil and Arsenic Ferris's body was taken to Adams vermillion furniture which also sold caskets and as such functioned as the local funeral parlour. No one came forward to claim her body which was strangely mummifying rather than decomposing. There is speculation that it's because of the chemicals Ferris drink but I don't put a great deal of stock by that regardless of the reason the corpse had longevity and a certain renown Adams began charging curious visitors ten cents to see the notorious outlaw. After a time Ferris's body hit the road. When atoms loaned the corpse to various exhibitors including his brother and Tuscaloosa Palace of wonders sideshow operator Captain Harvey Leabeau's well and OC Brooks who featured the well preserved remains in his traveling show for forty years when he died brooks left Hazel to a nephew on the condition that any money raised from displaying her be donated to charity. As the story goes Brooks's nephew displayed. Ferris's mummy to raise money to build churches in Tennessee.
Barr calls for outside prosecutor to review the Flynn case
"We've learned Attorney General William Barr is bringing in outside teams to challenge the work of his own prosecutors on cases involving president trump's former aides I'm Stephen Portnoy sources say the justice department will now undertaker review of how its own prosecutors have handled the case of Michael Flynn president trump's first national security adviser pleaded guilty in late twenty seventeen to lying to FBI agents but his conversations with the Russian ambassador Flynn is since been trying to get out of his guilty plea he's made allegations of prosecutorial misconduct that a judge has
35 Years of Wrestlemania Book Review
"We're back with the WWE thirty five years of Wrestlemainia book by our Good Buddy Brian Shield and the we got this from the wonderful people over decay publishing so thank you very much for sending this to us because well this is well worth the read and the flip through and just to absorb all the knowledge because this gorgeous book covers thirty five years of Wrestlemainia. You have some gorgeous pictures in here. You have some gorgeous stories in here and you have lots of take her. There's so much undertaker in this book. I'm so happy the build up history to twenty they wanna know and then it skips the Johnson versus per year for some reason yeah twenty one and then they just stopped right there there. Never nothing else happened and that's it. That's the end of it right there if nothing else happened if you really if you read the book th-. There may be more maybe that maybe more yeah yeah no kidding. There's plenty. There's plenty more but now they can still be in denial over many years mile for the rest of her life. This has a some nice awesome pictures throughout the Bo- you get some nice little rhinos about every single match backstories on all the matches and how they came together for every single Russell in so we can pick them random muscle. Maybe you can find out about let's say just flipped to Russell Twenty six you you can learn about cody. Rhodes anywhere in deviancy. The attendance figures get the handled entire card. It's pretty cool. You get look at. Some of the tickets. were put out for events different. Thanks for everything. It's a really cool book. I mean you can say this metal books. They're always well put together the very they are very colorful. They stand out and the best of all they're. They're always always easy reads. They are because they have some wonderful writers over there. Decay say you'll go brian go but just to kind of give you the official the official little readout on this book it chronicles every match and key moments across wrestlemanias history history and it's you're up to date guide on to be action both in the ring and behind the scenes. That's pretty coal and you know it allows. Wb Feigns to re we live or in some cases discover the most exciting matches celebrity appearances and controversies in the Vince storied history the key matches of every wrestlemainia are explored in depth with spectacular full color photographs of unforgettable moments vital stats and quotes from WBZ superstars and you know get ready for the greatest spectacle in sports entertainment and that's it and as if that isn't enough ladies and gentlemen there's more now there's more oh my God there's more because as if a book about Wrestlemainia isn't great enough they happened to get a Ford from Mr Wrestlemainia himself the heartbreak kid Shawn Michaels. He has a little nice little few things to say about the greatest event in sports entertainment in this book as well which is pretty cool. PRU So have the book open. I'm on page sixty four eighty four. She's like I'm on page. Eighty four right and it's interesting you you mentioned trump right. There's a shot at him. In Razor Ramon in the missile Metro Russell mainly attendant here and they love the shot they took because knowing the match knowing how transpires is where Shawn's climbing up ladder and this moment moments before a full moon. Oh okay all right so it's like he's about to pull the pull on Sean and pulled down his tights and you see the full moon. You don't see the full moon here you know working prophecy the full moon it just one of those memories. Let's like Oh. I remember that spot what wait wait so for Wrestlemainia twelve okay they had. OJ Simpson's Bronco there yeah yeah yeah yeah it was it was a whole do between between gold us and Roddy Piper Hollywood match back on match. It started with the the the recreation of the chase. okay all right. y'All got you now. I just happened to see the White Bronco and I'm like wait C. C. You learn things you'll learn things reading this book so everybody should check this out. Go pick it up. It's available at all. You're fine. Local booksellers is everywhere. It's also available on Amazon. Dot Com as well so please go support this book support our friends at decay amd Brian Shields because you know he's an award winning author there and he deserves all the things because he's a super awesome guy and also support the team behind Brian 'cause they're super awesome people's well. We can't forget the writing staff to and the designers and everybody else that that made this book possible so thank you very much everybody that was involved in this book because it's fabulous is also book as she said go check it out also got her mentioned the Miller. He's the author of this book. Go check him out on social. Go Check Brian Shields out on social. Tell Me Love the bug. Tell me about the book show pictures holding up the book saying. Hey I've bought it tangled in the photos and all that fun stuff going. Tell them we sent you. We send you as well but are in advance. If anybody actually does it that'd be awesome if like everybody that her that did that and they're Schwimmer's blew up and they're like wait. What what the racks sent them. Wha Anyway so yeah go out the book right now. All fine books was everywhere her for us.
"undertaker" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"I don't know that undertaker gets that opportunity to do that, especially if he's been taken down or just pinned by normal human beings and kind of a wrestling match. I understand that he kind of wakes up, but again bane is like eight times stronger than these guys. So that's kind of where I'm at with this. I'm gonna have to edge out the win on this one to bane. Show them again. Triple. So I gotta tell you. Why was word? So when Jane I talked about this matchup. I'm like, okay, undertaker bad acid. I think being can still do this. And then I say which version of undertaker, and then when he mentioned the magical power undertaker, I'm like, oh, no this this is going to bat, then just like I always do against Jay Sam. And maybe I'll continue to with a new new coz, but we'll see I in way too much time and effort to research this trying to figure out what is the com- thing. How'd you get around the owner? Takers, powers and realized you don't have to I never some once use them like in the seen him. And I, and I gotta tell you Jay. I really wish we would see the undertaker just hit someone with lightning or or do something else. I kinda crazy. What have been the or telitha nieces or whatever? But anyway, well argued what are your thoughts on this J? Well, it's hard to argue against some line as bad ass. As bain. I don't know. What else I could have said to make him sound less bad ass because he is a pretty tough, dude. He even looks like a wrestler undertaking. Probably undertaker would be like are you are you coming up here from AAA wrestling, you know, or are you work in the territory, I don't know undertaker's old school. But man, it this is what you know, more important than anything else. I enjoyed just kind of talk in the undertaker one of my favorite fictional characters. I enjoyed talking about him taking on another comic book bad ass. And you know, it's it's a good one to go out on you know, it doesn't matter who wins or loses. Even though I'm sure James glad for the win James began and ended with a win. So maybe that's how it needs to go out. Right. Our first episode. I don't know if many people even heard it, but it was Bain excuse me, captain America vs. Luke cage. That's correct. That's correct. You argued gray well for Luke cage. And I believe I barely edged out a victory for caps America. Well, we got on Skype. We had no idea what we were really going to do..
"undertaker" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"They've just kind of announced it for the ticket on sales. Smackdown one thousand the one thousand episode of smackdown and if you believe anything that the internet tells you and you should believe everything that the internet tells you. This is going to be one of those super shows to get treated like a big deal. The same way they did for raw. Well, Rowen thousand, but probably more recently, raw twenty-five WWE has a tendency of growing. You know what I mean? Allowing shows to set the new president and then growing from there. Meaning I don't think the WWE is going to be looking at raw one thousand as the model for smackdown one thousand. I think they're going to be looking at raw twenty-five, which was the biggest raw they've ever done at least in the planning stages of it. And that's the model they're going to be looking at to celebrate smackdown. One thousand only one announcement has been made and that is, and if you listen to this announcement, they just happening in Washington DC by the way smackdown one thousand. And I mean, if you believe this announcement and you should be w already made it, it leads you to believe what a big show this is going to be. It's the undertaker's return. The undertaker will be at smackdown one thousand. So a lot of people in that is story. Number five, smackdown one thousand is coming this October, and the undertaker is going to be there. So that's leading a lot of people to wonder what's going to happen now. The returns for the undertaker. Because of international shows, I feel like are not quite as mysterious, meaning, okay, we saw the undertaker wrestlemainia very odd thing when he just crushed John CENA in a minute and a half, you know the and that sort of question as to why did that happen that way that hasn't really been answered, but we saw him beat Rousseff in a casket match at the greatest Royal rumble. He's scheduled to face triple h for the very last time at the Australia pay per view. That's the one announcement they've made about the Australian pay per view. And so what does that leave for smackdown one thousand well are brought up raw twenty-five because again, I think that's the measuring stick in the model that they're going to be comparing smackdown one thousand two fair or unfairly. And I believe that the undertaker's position on that show will be similar to raw twenty-five meaning. I don't think that the undertaker will have a match. That's my prediction. You know, all. I know is what you guys know. But if I had to guess, I would say that the undertaker's appearance at raw at smackdown one thousand will be just that. I think it's crucial. The undertaker's one of these guys and it's because I guess his legacy and WWE is what it is that his presence is crucial. Both at raw twenty-five and smackdown one thousand. I mean undertaker wrestled on the first episode of raw raw throughout history throughout the twenty five years of raw being on the air. It is littered with important undertaker moments. However, at the same token, when the brand split happened, when the rosters got drafted, there was a large period of time which smackdown was really placed on the shoulders of the undertaker. The undertaker became the driving figure to get is an interest in is on an interest in smackdown. Undertaker was smackdown through and through. He stayed on the brand for a long time. And I think that when we're celebrating smackdown, you have to celebrate those years even more so than raw. I think smackdown gets identified by the brand split raw, probably because it was around for so much longer. But even though smackdown existed for a long time before the brand split smackdown way more than raw is associated with that brand split. And if you're going to celebrate that version of smackdown, I mean, you know, I think I think you need edge there. I think you need Kurt angle there. I think you need all those guys. Of course not everybody in that original smackdown lineup is going to be able to be there because some are passed away. But I think that those people whose careers were made by the brand split and that includes edge and then inclu well, Kurt Angle's career wasn't made, but that that version of Kurt angle became what it was because a smackdown I think Brock listener has to be more so than twenty-five, Brooklyn..
Van Vader, iconic WWE star, is dead at 63
"Boy who went missing yesterday in the waters off of long beach long island the ten year old was last seen swimming with his eleven year old brother near ocean beach park authorities say at some point the kids got separated and the older boy made it out fire claims a life in bayonne three firefighters were injured sixteen people are now displaced four alarm blaze starting on the second floor of seven ninety three broadway it's three stories woman in her forties who ran the business on the first floor was trapped and killed nancy hamer lived on that floor for thirty three years her boyfriend woke her up so they could make a run for it flames shooting everywhere and the smoke was still heavy you just couldn't breathe it was actually worse outside the smoke then unless i was just trying to go so fast down the stairs that i didn't realize how bad it was in the bill in the cause of the fire still being investigated crews still pour water on hotspots because of the age of the building that they say is now in danger of collapse glenn shock ten ten wins thirty six and broadway downtown bayonne wins news time to thirty five the nineties pro wrestling star known as vader has died you're all american i was an all american professional wrestling you wanna know let's get it all and then as big van vader he first made his name in japan before becoming a world champion and ted turner's wcw but his best known for his time in the wwe where he feuded with some appro wrestling's biggest names including shawn michaels and the undertaker vader son says his father died monday two years after being diagnosed with a heart condition he was only sixty.
"undertaker" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Cool it was very misleading to how into it the the crowd was going to be yeah although trying to think what else feel like undertaker match that they seem still pretty they wanted big names yeah but yeah i mean overall it was fine it is interesting seeing a guy you know when his in the front row with his back to the camera just one early either on his phone talking to someone seventeen different guys at different times yeah and then by the end that whole section it was just kind of empty what about what if like is all that front row but then that one wingnut with the long hair oh it's right there with his mom upfront the weird thing to me though was in the in the early goings some of those people who we saw in the back later like still going off duty was in the nakimora sure and stuff we're right down there so i don't know if there was a point where they're like hold on like you guys aren't supposed to be like if i didn't know any better it just looked like people were trying to find their seats and like like what always happens to us at wrestling shows it's like no this was that this is our seat and i love almost without fail you show your ticket you're like this is my ticketed seat they act like your the astle yeah yeah well i think it's probably has something to do with the shame.
"undertaker" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Because i have a feeling he's going to get a run with it and i don't know undertaker had his runs with title he was never the guy you know there was always someone else hogan austin rock or go right on down the line but undertaker had his his title rains from time to time and i do think at some point bron will be in that discussion if we could have gone back in time and i hesitate to use that 'cause i know ronda rousey gets upset when you say back in time did you do you follow me on that i do i was an amazing moment great i think it was actually i don't even know how to quite interpret it was really funny but it was also kind of a window into the how i feel people have to kind of soft pedal around ron on certain topics because you can get a little ornery yeah she was a little surly yeah this instance i'm actually talking about time travel if we could go back in time you know i think the main event at wrestlemanias should have been brock listener and bronze stroman you know i think they should have not jumped the gun onto that match as soon as they did and i think you really could built that up as the beast against the monster and i feel pretty confident that people wouldn't have been tossing beach balls and channing this is awful during that match but what's done is done and we are where we are but as far as braun i do think he's going to be in that top mix and i think the people want him there so.
"undertaker" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"At the hill undertaker attack vader and then bayer calvin a murderer again he he thought were threatened to kill bear unless he told the truth and bear insisted it was the truth because canaan told him and then he said that cane was alive really what meltzer says here actually there are lots of story lines stuff from the past that could be taken to make mankind undertakers brother always searching for mommy paul similar supernatural powers and hatred of the undertaker easing the fire has gimmick warning the burn undertaker only problem is in the interviews revealing him as make foley from long island will that kills that one remit fee remember this but originally when the undertaker to be in the wbf his ring name was cane the undertaker mccain was quickly dropped so now it's become his brother's name it came off like a really badly acted high school play so that's meltzer stake and this is a lot of convoluted backstory bullshit but it's your favorite story ever is of not yet is an issac convoluted makes all kinds of sensors in the world because undertaker thought for years that he had killed his parents and his brother and thought that his brother been dead all this time in pallbearer was actually taken care of his brother burn unit in a hospital and undertake did need noise live in paul buried been filling his brother full of all kinds of tales about the undertaker how undertaker knew he was alive but didn't want to be associated with a disfigured mutant like cain and uh it was mick holy all long but then we change because meltzer put in the sturkey.
"undertaker" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"The undertaker participate in something like this well it was pitched in in the i think he just wanted to see it see if it would work but we had final approval on it any it did work um but frankly i liked the concept and i thought it would been something the could have been cool with the right people in place but the problem with it was in one nobody liked about it was you you had all these guys that are adversarial with mankind gold thus and undertaker um but not just didn't work in a in a was terrible absolutely terrible but good concept ideologue concept next up rural rumble 1997 one of our best shows ever on have been saying this was in the archives a lot today and i'm sorry for that but this royal rumble 1997 episode if you haven't heard it is really the genesis of a lot of our jokes in an ongoing gags on the show it's one of our better shows in my opinion because we go long form on the business side of things too so if you're interesting nerd dumb and you'd like to may be learned about some of these inside jokes that bruce and i do every episode rural rumble 1997 would be a good one for you to check out at something to wrestle dot com or youtube dot com forward slash something duress will on that show a vader with pimm the undertaker and thirteen minutes nineteen seconds matthew early gave it a star in a quarter probably disappointing match because it had been argued to be a dream match for a long time when vader was the top gafur debbie see wtw undertaker was the top big man for the wwf but ultimately the match was what it was of course an actual rumble match itself we have a little bit of controversy because austin was thrown out but the referees didn't see it and then he returns and manages to win the damn thing so that sets up what will be the final four payperview in february chatanooga what the concept being whoever wins that it's a world title shot at russell mania of course along the way things are going to change we're going to cover that one of the things i found interesting marie sir.