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Xavier Woods Reacts To Undertaker Not Being A Fan Of Current Wrestlers Playing Video Games

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• Xavier Woods Reacts To Undertaker Not Being A Fan Of Current Wrestlers Playing Video Games

The Undertaker had a lot to say about the current WWE product and the talent in the company during his conversation with Joe Rogan on The Joe Rogan Experience.

Taker said that he liked the old era when men used to be men when they “dealt with sh*t” and carried weapons in their bags, but wrestlers today are just playing video games in the locker room and making sure they look “pretty”.

“In that era of guys, too, those were men. You go into a dressing room nowadays and it’s a lot different. I remember walking into my first real dressing room, and all I saw were some crusty f**king men. Half of them had guns and knives in their bags. Sh*t got handled back then.

Now you walk in, there’s guys playing video games and f**king making sure they look pretty. It’s evolution, I guess. I don’t know what it is, but I just like those eras, man.

I liked when men were men.”

RAW wrestler Xavier Woods, who’s a hardcore gamer, took to Twitter today to respond to Taker’s comments.

He tweeted:

“I wouldn’t be the person that I am without the guidance and lessons of a few key people from the previous generation of wrestling. They taught me about the business, to save my money, & that having video games in the locker room is healthier than having [redacted]. Thank you guys.”

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Old School WWF Legend “Polish Power” Ivan Putski (Real name: Józef Bednarski) celebrates his 79th birthday today.

Putski wrestled for the World Wide Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Federation from 1974 till 1987.

He was honored for his career by his son inducting him into the WWF Hall of Fame (now WWE Hall of Fame) in 1995.


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