• The Undertaker Comments On His WWE Hall Of Fame Induction
On April 1st, after SmackDown, in his home state of Texas, The Undertaker will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
The Phenom tweeted the following about this huge honor:
“Received an overwhelming response to the news. Thank you to everyone who reached out but for now, I’ll say this… it’s been a wild ride … headed to the #WWEHOF! ⚱️”
— Undertaker (@undertaker) February 19, 2022
Undertaker appeared on The TODAY Show, where it was revealed that Taker’s 89-year-old mother is relieved after the Hall Of Fame news.
The Deadman said his mother used to worry a lot when he competed in the ring and now she’s relieved that he will never wrestle again now that he’s getting inducted into the Hall Of Fame.
The American Badass also revealed that his mother used to scold him if he didn’t call her after a pay-per-view match.
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) February 19, 2022
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 19, 2006) – WWE No Way Out 2006
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 19, 2006, World Wrestling Entertainment aired ‘WWE No Way Out 2006’ LIVE on PPV from the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland.
The PPV theme song of this dual brand pay-per-view was “Deadly Game” by the band ‘Theory of a Deadman’.
Here are the PPV results:
WWE Cruiserweight Championship: Gregory Helms (c) won a Cruiserweight Open
John “Bradshaw” Layfield defeated Bobby Lashley
Matt Hardy & Tatanka defeated MNM
WWE United States Championship: Chris Benoit defeated Booker T (c)
#1 contender: Randy Orton defeated Rey Mysterio
World Heavyweight Championship: Kurt Angle (c) defeated The Undertaker