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“I’m still not sure I wanna do it” – Undertaker On His New Role

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving The Undertaker and Sami Zayn.

• After retiring as a wrestler, WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker has started doing his 1 deadMAN SHOW and his podcast “Six Feet Under”.

However, he’s still not comfortable being a podcaster. Here’s what The Deadman said on Busted Open Radio:

“I wasn’t sure I wanted to do it. I’m still not sure I wanna do it. I’m kind of coming late to the podcast game.

When you’re doing everything in the WWE machine, everything is pretty simple. Now we’re having to do everything on our own. I’m trying to find that passion now that the wrestling part is over for me. We’ll see. I’m warming up to it a little bit.

I still have a hard time talking about the business in an open forum. That’s probably the biggest thing. I somewhat am competing with myself as far as the 1 deadMAN SHOW. The biggest thing is probably my memory.

People will ask me the most random questions about the most random matches in the world like I’m supposed to remember who I worked with in Scranton, PA in 1993. I’m like yeah I got nothing for ya.”

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• During an interview with Daily Mail, Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn said his chances of becoming a World Champion have decreased under the leadership of Triple H.

Here’s what Zayn said:

“I think Vince (McMahon) saw me much more as a bad guy, for a number of reasons. He saw my irksome qualities, which he thought lent itself to being an irksome character.

Having said that, I think things were a lot more unpredictable because of the nature of Vince’s week-to-week kind of approach, that sometimes the marble would just fall in the right hole, and now you’re champion.

Whereas with Hunter, I think it’s much more he has longer-term vision, and if you’re not part of that vision, then the chances of breaking into that vision are much, much slimmer.”

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