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WWF Veteran Destroyed The Undertaker’s 1st Ever Motorcycle That He Bought After He Got Out Of Debt

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• WWF Veteran Destroyed The Undertaker’s 1st Ever Motorcycle That He Bought After He Got Out Of Debt

On the latest episode of the WWE Network exclusive show ‘Table for 3’, The Undertaker revealed that former WWF Superstar Phineas I. Godwinn (of The Godwinns) aka Mideon once wrecked The Deadman’s motorcycle after he just paid it off.

Motorcycles were part of The Undertaker’s American Badass and Big Evil gimmicks from 2000 to 2003, as well as a one-night-only return at WrestleMania 36 in 2020, but he had always been riding those kind of bikes in his private time and is still doing so today.

Here’s what the 2022 WWE Hall of Famer had to say:

“So, this bike, I put him on, is the first bike that I bought when I finally got out of debt from getting into wrestling.

This bike is going on eBay that day to sell. So he takes off and as soon as he takes off he was almost directly straight off the road and stops. I’m like Woah, let’s get that choke in and everything. So we get it back up on the Asphalt, and he takes off again.

He takes the most perfect backdrop you’ve ever seen over the top of my ape hangers. He lands on the asphalt and bounces right back up to his feet and he goes, ‘I’m okay’.

And I’m not even looking at him, I’m just looking at my bike and the motor is still running. So I’m looking at all the damage, and finally, I look up at him. And I make eye contact with him and he goes, ‘I’ll go pack my bags’.”

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• Old School NWA Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 89th birthday of Old School NWA Legend Rufus R. Jones (Real name: Carey Lloyd).

Carey was the real life father of Old School WWF Manager “The Doctor of Style” Slick.

As Rufus R. Jones, he wrestled for several NWA Territories during the 60s, 70s and 80s.

In 2018, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their annual “Legacy Wing” inductions.


July 4, 1933 – November 13, 1993

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