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Undertaker Reveals His Mount Rushmore Of Big Men

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On his Six Feet Under channel, WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker revealed his Mount Rushmore of Big Men in Professional Wrestling.

Here’s what The Deadman said:

“This is another Mount Rushmore list. This one I think I know a little bit about. Although I may know a little bit about it, I’m still not convinced I got it right. This Mount Rushmore list is of the big men. The 300 plus 6’5 guys. The big men. I’m thinking who am I going to pi$$ off the most. Well, I’m going to pi$$ off just about everybody probably watching this, but that’s alright. I can take it.”

Below are The Phenom’s picks:

4. Vader

“At number four, I’m gonna put Big Van Vader. He’s a big man. He really could do it all. He was incredibly agile. He was so believable, I think because most of his stuff was laid in, but he was such a huge star, especially in Japan. Man, he just had some wars. I had a heck of a run within myself in WWE. Just a classic big man that could move and I just thought that was the most impressive thing was the big guys that could actually move and be athletes and he was all of that.”

3. Yokozuna

“Number three, Yokozuna. Yokozuna, not because he was a close friend, fellow BSK, but man, you should see the guy work. Even before he came to WWE, well actually it was WWF back then. When you see him in Japan, 6-foot-4, probably 450 pounds and could move like a cat. The things that he could do, it would defy your own sense of logic and reasoning because your mind would tell you there’s no possible way that a man that size can move and do the things that Yokozuna could do.

It was honestly incredible to watch him and it was even more incredible to be able to work, and man did we have just knockdown, drag out, killer matches. I’m firm on Yokozuna. He was just a classic, big man who carried himself in a big man’s way. Just awesome.”

2. Kane

“My number two has gotta be Kane. I mean, arguably could be number one. I’m gonna go Kane at number two. Kane is the kind of guy, and not just because he’s a big guy, but it’s like if you were going to start a company, if you were going to start your own wrestling company, you want to start out with a Kane on your roster because Kane could work with anybody.

He had so much range and learned how to become more than just a monster, but man, when he was in the ring, he was the Big Red Monster. He was just a killing machine. The things that he could do, my goodness, all the stuff off the top rope. Just incredible athleticism for a man of his stature. Yeah, firm, firm, number two.”

1. Andre The Giant

“Number one, the greatest big man of all time, without a doubt, Andre the Giant. Just incredible. He was the face of wrestling before (Hulk) Hogan or anyone else. Andre was just a mythical person that traveled around the country.

A lot of you didn’t see Andre until the end when his health was in decline, but when Andre was a young man, the things that he could do at the size that he was, he was the biggest attraction in wrestling history, and my goodness, he could work with anybody, if he liked you (laughs). If he didn’t like you, it could be a long night at the office.”

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