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The Undertaker Was Pissed About The Montreal Screwjob, Says He Could Have Helped

Bret Hart Congratulates The Undertaker On A Great Career, Calls Him WWE's All Time Greatest War Horse

• Old School WWF Celebrity Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Celebrity Drew Carey celebrates his 62nd birthday today.

Drew Carey entered the 2001 Royal Rumble match as #5, but managed to eliminate himself after being attacked by Kane.

That’s the appearance that eventually got him inducted into the Celebrity Wing of the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.

Because of his induction, he is now considered one of the worst Hall of Famers in WWF/E History by a large group of fans.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DREW CAREY!

• The Undertaker Was Pissed About The Montreal Screwjob, Says He Could Have Helped

The Montreal Screwjob will always remain one of the most controversial topics in WWF history. We’ve heard a lot about it from others, but not The Undertaker.

But now, The American Badass has also shared his true feelings about the incident.

Below is what The Phenom said:

“I was pissed. I was pissed about the whole thing because I was like, I could have possibly been used to get what we needed. Take Shawn out of this, let me do it and then I’ll do business on the other side and I think Bret probably would have went for that.

I mean there was such disdain at that time between the two of them and Bret was leaving but I was just like, if you had come to me with this too, and it’s his company and he did what he thought what was best, but I was like ‘I think I could’ve helped this whole thing out’. I’m going to do business, but it happened, and I was really pissed.

The next day, we were supposed to show up by noon for a TV day and I think I rolled it around 5 the next day because I didn’t know because I was so pissed about the whole thing and the way it went down. I had to really gather myself because I was, my intentions when I got there was like ‘I’m going off on somebody about this’.”

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