“Sorry Undertaker, We Don’t Have Guns”: Top AEW Wrestler Shoots on WWE Legend, Reveals Shaq’s Crucial Role in His Life

Published 06/26/2022, 9:30 AM EDT

The Undertaker once received some hostile reactions from many people for his comments on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast. ‘The Phenom’ called the modern-day pro wrestling product ‘kind of soft’. He also claimed nowadays, pro wrestlers play video games in the locker room, whereas during his time, half of the people had guns and knives in their bags.

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Several superstars took a shot at The Undertaker after learning about these comments. And recently, an AEW superstar once again took a shot at The Undertaker for his comments. During his Twitch stream, AEW Superstar Miro talked about his love of playing video games.

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Miro said, “After my release from WWE, I had nothing. Thankfully to Xavier Woods and my mentor Shaq, they kind of inspired me to do what I love doing. I love playing video games in my time off. Some of these old timers are calling this a bad thing.”

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“I don’t think it’s a bad thing just because we have more brains now than people before doesn’t mean video games are bad. Sorry Undertaker, we don’t have guns and drugs and don’t fight each other backstage,” he added. (H/T: WWFOldSchool)

WWE released Miro (previously known as Rusev in WWE) in April 2020. During his WWE career, Miro won the WWE United States Championship thrice and competed in matches against top WWE stars, including The Undertaker.

When did AEW superstar Miro face The Undertaker during his time in WWE?

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AEW superstar faced The Undertaker at the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble Premium Live Event in 2018. At first, Rusev was scheduled to face ‘The Phenom‘ in a casket match at the WWE Greatest Royal Rumble Premium Live Event. But after some days, there were rumors and reports that Chris Jericho will replace Rusev as The Undertaker’s opponent.

But in the end, it was Miro (previously known as Rusev in WWE) who fought ‘The Phenom’ in a casket match at the premium live event. In an interview on The Kurt Angle Show, Miro revealed the Saudi Prince demanded for him against The Undertaker.

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Coming to the result of the match now. Though Rusev gave a fight, The Undertaker emerged victorious after 9 minutes. Rusev is currently signed with AEW. And The Undertaker retired from in-ring action back in 2020. Recently, ‘The Phenom’ got inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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