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“It’s hard to be just a straight fan” – The Undertaker On Watching WWE

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• “It’s hard to be just a straight fan” – The Undertaker On Watching WWE

During an interview with USA Today, The Undertaker talked about his legendary career and was asked what he watches on TV and if he watches WWE on a regular basis.

Here’s what The Phenom said:

“Mostly sports. I love boxing, MMA, college football. I need a new series. I loved ‘Dexter’ (and) ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ I love ‘Yellowstone,’ man. Probably not as much as I should, I watch our product. I think I don’t watch it as often because I put myself in, like, ‘Ahh, I should be there!’

I can to a certain degree. But a lot of times I catch myself talking to the TV like they can hear me. It’s hard to be just a straight fan, because I want everybody to succeed and to develop into their potential.

So I’m kind of like, ‘Oh man, don’t do it. It didn’t make sense. Don’t do that. Why would you do that?’

You would actually laugh if there was a camera watching me watch wrestling. I have these conversations and it’s pretty amusing, I’m sure.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 4, 2008) – Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Passed Away

On this day in 2008, we lost former Old School WWF Developmental Wrestler Steve Bradley (Real name: Steven Bisson), who passed away at the very young age of 32.

Steve Bradley was signed to a World Wrestling Federation contract from 1998 till 2002, but didn’t make it to WWF TV in those years and only competed in dark matches and at House Shows.

During those years, he was sent to various official WWF developmental territories such as Memphis Power Pro Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling, Memphis Championship Wrestling and the Heartland Wrestling Association.

In 1999, Bradley trained with then upcoming Superstar Kurt Angle under the guidance of coach “Dr. of Desire” Tom Prichard.

When Angle was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2017, he mentioned Steve Bradley and thanked him for being an unsung hero.


December 10, 1975 – December 4, 2008

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