• “When Undertaker wants to beat the sh*t out of you, there’s not a whole lot you can do about it” – Jim Ross
While speaking on Grilling JR, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross recalled The Undertaker waiting backstage to beat down Shawn Michaels, if HBK would’ve screwed his WWF World Heavyweight Championship defense against Stone Cold Steve Austin Austin at WrestleMania 14.
Here’s what Good Ol’ JR said:
“Undertaker stood stoically by the gorilla position when Shawn Michaels was wrestling Steve Austin at WrestleMania 14. Undertaker was under the belief – perhaps that might have been influenced by his group – that Shawn was not going to do business. Undertaker was not going to stand by and let that happen.
I got a feeling when Shawn had come back to the curtain and screwed Austin, or anybody just decided to not do business with the championship, he probably got the sh*t beat out of him.
When Undertaker wanted to beat the sh*t out of you, there’s not a whole lot you can do about it, and there’s not a lot of guys that are going to intervene and Shawn didn’t have the backup.”
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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 81st birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend Gene Anderson (Real name: Eugene Anderson).
From his debut in 1958 until his retirement in 1985, Gene Anderson wrestled for various different territories, such as Georgia Championship Wrestling (GCW), the American Wrestling Association (AWA) and Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling / Jim Crockett Promotions, among several others.
Most old school wrestling fans remember him for teaming up with Ole Anderson as ‘The Minnesota Wrecking Crew’.
Gene trained Ken Shamrock and turned him into a professional wrestler, before Ken gained major fame as a mixed-martial-artist in the early days of the UFC.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
October 4, 1939 – October 31, 1991