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Mr. Kennedy On How The Undertaker Helped Him, Daivari On The Undertaker Staying Professional Throughout His Feud With The Great Khali

The Undertaker 1999

During a recent appearance on the WrestlingInc podcast, former WWE Superstar Mr. Kennedy talked about working with The Undertaker and how he impressed “The Deadman”. Below is what he said:

“The Undertaker came up to me after I had worked with Batista at The Great American Bash and I got busted open two different times in the match, I was covered head-to-toe. He came up to me and said, ‘I saw your match with Batista, I liked it, I want to do business with you.’ And then he went to Vince and said the same, and we were married to each other for the better part of the next year. So he was fantastic to me.”

Also during this podcast, Daivari talked about The Undertaker’s professionalism while working with Muhammad Hassan (who had a lot of heat backstage) and The Great Khali. Below is what Daivari said about “The Phenom”:

“I remember the first time they (Muhammad Hassan & The Undertaker) had a house show match ‘Taker was just like, ‘Everyone hates you, but f*** em, let’s just go tear the house down’. It was something that you never saw.

Even with Khali, they were having terrible matches. At any point in this thing I thought ‘Taker was going to go to Vince and just say, ‘I don’t want to do this anymore.’ And he never did, he went like four months of just terrible matches on house shows, on PPVs, on TVs.”

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