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Undertaker Reveals What Women Weren’t Allowed To Do In WWE Back In The Day

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WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker interviewed his wife, former 2-time WWE Women’s Champion & 2-time Divas Champion Michelle McCool, on his Six Feet Under podcast.

They talked about the things women weren’t allowed to do in WWE during their matches back in the day.

Here’s what Undertaker said:

“At that particular time in the industry for women, there was a hard line. There was a hard line of, ‘Okay, this is as far as you’re going to go!’ You’ll were told at one time not to punch and kick.”

McCool added:

“We did a DDT on the barrier and that back then was way too crazy for the girls. We got in trouble for doing that.

Victoria and I had to redo the match because we were told our punches looked better than the guys.

At the time, one of the top guys was standing there, (Chris) Jericho, and he said, ‘If their punches look better than the guys, that’s the guys’ problem’.

We thought they were ribbing us. We literally had to go change our clothes, get back into our gear, go out, and redo the match. That’s when the rule was made, no punching and kicking.”

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