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RAW Wrestler On How Good Undertaker’s Worked Punches Are

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• RAW Wrestler On How Good Undertaker’s Worked Punches Are

During an appearance on the Squared Circle Pit podcast, RAW wrestler Damian Priest talked about working in the ring with The Undertaker at the WWE Performance Center.

Priest then praised Undertaker for his worked punches. Here’s what he said:

“And then what wasn’t on [the footage of Undertaker being at the WWE Performance Center], we actually got to get in the ring a little bit with Undertaker, and man he put on the gloves and everything.

I was like, ‘Oh no, he’s gonna beat us up,’ and then I actually got to lock [up], throw some blows with him and I remember he was showing somebody something and he threw a punch and he was just explaining something so he wasn’t actually trying to hit me, but he threw it full speed and it touched my face and he pulled back, I mean just before he [could] break my nose and I looked around and I was like, ‘Man! That was awesome, do it again.’ So cool.

Again, the fan in me couldn’t help it.”

After all, The Undertaker was the “best pure striker in WWE history”!

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin also praised Undertaker’s worked punches during their second Broken Skull Sessions interview.

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• Old School WWF Referee Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Referee “Dangerous” Danny Davis celebrates his 65th birthday today.

Danny Davis worked as a World Wrestling Federation referee from 1981 until 1987 and again from 1989 till he retired in 1995.

In between those two periods of time as a referee, Davis was (in storyline) suspended by WWF President Jack Tunney and actually worked as a wrestler.

Danny even wrestled at WrestleMania III, where he teamed up with The Hart Foundation against the team of The British Bulldogs & Tito Santana, and also competed in the Battle Royal at WrestleMania IV.

In 2010, he was inducted into the ‘New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame’, but has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.


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