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Vince McMahon, Shawn Michaels, & AEW Wrestlers Comment On The Undertaker’s 30 Year Run

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• Vince McMahon, Shawn Michaels, & AEW Wrestlers Comment On The Undertaker’s 30 Year Run

Just hours before The Undertaker’s Final Farewell at WWE Survivor Series 2020, a lot of big names from the pro-wrestling world are sending heartfelt messages to The Deadman.

Below is what WWE CEO Vince McMahon wrote:

“The measuring stick. The locker room leader. The Phenom. Three decades ago today, @Undertaker changed the landscape of sports-entertainment. His legacy is incomparable, his impact immeasurable. #ThankYouTaker. #Undertaker30”

The following is the message from Shawn Michaels:

“We’ve faced each other in every type of match and created some of the most special moments in my career. Standing across the ring from @undertaker was always a daunting experience but I’m excited to hear the gong toll one last time. #FarewellTaker #SurvivorSeries”

AEW’s Dustin Rhodes wrote the following:

“Man, such a kickass accomplishment. Congratulations @undertaker on a tremendous 30 years! Had an absolute blast with you in the ring. I will never forget the times we shared the ring together. #30yrsOfUndertaker 🙏🏼🤘🏼”

AEW wrestler Matt Harty tweeted the following:

“Congratulations on an epic 30 year run, @undertaker. I learned so much from being around you & working with you – Thanks!”

Also Read: John Cena Sends A Heartfelt Message To The Undertaker Ahead Of His Final Farewell, Chris Jericho Says “There Are None Cooler”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran “Corporal Cajun” Lash LeRoux (Real name: Johnathan LeRoux) celebrates his 44th birthday today.

LeRoux can be referred to as a ‘WCW original’, as he was trained in the WCW Power Plant, World Championship Wrestling’s very own pro-wrestling school, similar to what the WWE’s Performance Center (Capitol Wrestling Center) is nowadays.

Lash wrestled on WCW TV from 1998 till the company was bought by Vince McMahon in March 2001.


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