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Undertaker Reveals Original Plan For His Final Match

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Below are some top WWE news stories of the day, involving The Undertaker and Dominik Mysterio.

• WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker had his final match in the main event of WrestleMania 36 – Night 1 in 2020, where he defeated AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match.

This was The Undertaker’s record setting 25th victory at WrestleMania.

On his Six Feet Under podcast, The Deadman revealed that this match was originally supposed to be a normal match in the ring, but plans had to be changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

“I have always been a fan of AJ Styles. Somebody that I always wanted to work with, I was fortunate enough to have my last match with AJ Styles and that was because I thought that much of his work.

My last match was a Boneyard Match, but originally that match was supposed to take place in a wrestling ring and I was really looking forward to that because, again, AJ Styles, I’ve never seen him have a bad match.

Like I said, I was always a fan and I was so excited when he came to the WWE, just a phenomenal talent, he is what he says he is, he is ‘The Phenomenal One’. He brings his A-game every single time.”

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• While speaking to Wrestling Shoot Interviews, WWF Veteran The Barbarian shared his perspective on a potential real fight between Brock Lesnar and Haku, who are considered two of the toughest real-life bada$$es in pro-wrestling history.

The Barbarian acknowledged Lesnar’s likely advantage under proper rules, stating, “These are two different animals from different styles. I never met Brock; I respect him for what he did. And of course, I respect my brother, Haku is my brother but man, it’s a tough one. Okay, let me put it this way. If it goes by the rules, Brock will win. Brock will tie Haku every which way.”

However, The Barbarian also pointed out the unique strengths of Haku in an all-out brawl, saying, “But if anything goes, I have to give it to Haku. Haku has crazy strength, and in a no-rules scenario, he would have the edge. That’s my opinion.”

The Barbarian emphasized the challenge of predicting the outcome due to the distinct styles and backgrounds of the two formidable wrestlers.

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