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The Undertaker Stopped Finlay From Attacking A WWE Wrestler For Attending A TNA Show

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• The Undertaker Stopped Finlay From Attacking A WWE Wrestler For Attending A TNA Show

The Highlanders were a Tag Team during WWE’s Ruthless Aggression Era, consisting of Robbie McAllister and Rory McAllister.

On March 27, 2008, Robbie (while being under a WWE contract) attended a LIVE episode of TNA Impact Wrestling and was even shown on TV while he was seated in attendance, with the graphic saying “WWE Wrestler”.

During an interview on the Cheap Heat Productions Podcast, Rory revealed that Finlay was very angry at Robbie for doing this and almost attacked him, but The Undertaker made the save.

Below is what Rory said:

“Fit lost his sh*t. Fit was irate. Obviously, I understand where he’s coming from.

He made a lunge and ‘Taker actually stopped him and went, ‘Dave, calm the f**k down,’ because Robbie had the balls to do what he did, whether he did it on purpose or not, and I’m almost certain he did.

He had the balls to do that and he walked right back into the bar to face the music.

Robbie stood his ground. I’ve punched Robbie in the face before. He can take a shot, and he stood there and took his shot like a man, and I think ‘Taker really respected that from him.

He’s like, ‘Fit, calm down, the boy f**ked up, he’ll pay his penalties, now leave him the f**k alone.’”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend “The Charismatic Enigma” Jeff Hardy celebrates his 45th birthday today.

After claiming to be 18, an in fact 16-year-old Jeff Hardy started doing televised jobs for the World Wrestling Federation during the New Generation Era in 1994.

By 1998, he teamed with his real-life brother Matt Hardy as ‘The Hardy Boyz’ in a tag team that went on to win a lot of championships and eventually turned into one of the best and most memorable tag teams of the famous Attitude Era.

After starting to wrestle as a singles wrestler (at least partially) in 2001, Jeff went back & forth between the WWF/E and TNA, gaining multiple World Title wins in both promotions.


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