• The Undertaker Doesn’t Get Enough Credit For What He Did For The WWF Locker Room
During an interview on The Zaslow Show, Paul Heyman talked about The Undertaker.
While discussing The Phenom’s legendary in-ring career, Heyman said The Deadman doesn’t get enough credit for what he did backstage for the WWF locker room.
Below is what Heyman said:
“It’s an honor because, for many years, he was the conscience of the WWE locker room. He’s like the avenging gunslinger that comes into town in a spaghetti western and cleans the joint up, he was the one that everyone looked to for guidance.
He was the judge and the jury, and me being the executioner. There are a lot of people that give a lot of credit to Stone Cold Steve Austin, and The Rock, and D-Generation X, and the cast of the Attitude Era, and rightfully so. I mean, they all deserve an enormous amount of credit.
Not enough credit goes to The Undertaker for his presence in the locker room, for guiding that locker room through a very tough navigation and a trajectory into the future.
This was not only the standard-bearer in terms of big men working, this was the standard-bearer in terms of a modern-day work ethic.
And he, it’s very humbling when you realize the enormity of his contributions to this industry and the fact that he so graciously is willing to pass it on to the next generation.
He is a man whose means and methods and the manner in which he presents himself is something we should all aspire to.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (March 1, 1992) – WWF Wrestling Challenge
On this day in 1992, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.
It was broadcasted from the Municipal Coliseum in Lubbock, Texas and featured pre-taped matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania VIII’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
– Rick Martel vs. Louie Spicolli
– Tatanka vs. Barry Horowitz
– Sid Justice vs. Ed Robinson
– The British Bulldog vs. BA Dalton
– Funeral Parlor with Jake The Snake Roberts & Undertaker
– The Nasty Boys vs. Action Jackson & Jimmy Jones