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The Godfather Reveals What Went Down During BSK’s Reunion Before Undertaker’s Final Farewell

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• The Godfather Reveals What Went Down During BSK’s Reunion Before Undertaker’s Final Farewell

The Bone Street Krew reunited in Orlando a night before Survivor Series 2020, as The Undertaker was set to have his Final Farewell the following night.

While speaking to Sports Illustrated, WWE Hall of Famer The Godfather gave details about what happened that night, and revealed that “no food was served”, and the guests were only served with whiskey and beer.

Here’s what Godfather said:

“For that one night, the past came back to life. If you didn’t know any better, it felt like it was 20 years ago. We told stories, we hugged, we cried — and we put Timmy White to bed, just like we used to back in the day.

When WWE invited me to the Survivor Series tribute for Mark, I texted him right away and said, ‘Let’s do a BSK reunion.’ We paid homage to Mark Calaway and the phenom that he created with The Undertaker.

Mark is honest, he respects the business and he never forgets about his friends. He changed the business, especially for big men. He’s one of a kind. All of us that could be there on Saturday were there, and we had a hell of a night. I’ll remember it forever.”

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• Old School WCW Announcer Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 71st birthday of Old School WCW Announcer Lee Marshall (Marshall Aaron Mayer).

He originally started as a member of the broadcast team in Verne Gagne’s AWA promotion, but also appeared as a ring announcer at WWF WrestleMania 2.

In WCW, Lee Marshall first started using the name “Stagger Lee”, but soon ended up with his real name.

For most of his WCW career, he was used mainly as a backstage interviewer, but also did commentary for TV shows whenever they needed him to.


November 28, 1949 – April 26, 2014

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