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Michelle McCool Details How The Undertaker is Helping Her Prepare for Royal Rumble 2022: “Mark’s Been There By My Side Working Out Most of the Time”

Published 01/23/2022, 9:30 AM EST

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Michelle McCool has been extremely open about her journey towards Royal Rumble 2022. However, she hasn’t been preparing just by herself. The WWE Legend The Undertaker has been by her side as she works through this journey.

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During a conversation, she revealed how she’s been preparing for her Royal Rumble 2022 return and the training she’s enduring to make it as big as possible!


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“You know, there’s nothing like a little three-week fight camp to get you back in the ring. But you also know there’s nothing like ring ready. I mean, if you’re not training in the ring. But, I feel good with where I’m at. I mean, you know, Harry, he’s put me through some grueling workouts. Mark’s been there by my side, working out most of the time. But by my side, encouraging me. So I’ve been training hard, I feel good physically, I feel good mentally and you know, hitting the ropes and hitting the mat are a whole different ballgame.”

Even Michelle McCool’s daughter is looking forward to her in-ring return. But, she’s praying for her mother’s safety every day!

“Kaia also said it perfectly during our prayers the other night, she said, ‘Dear God, I pray that Mommy doesn’t get hurt too bad because she sure is going to hurt afterwards’. I’m like, ‘preach on sister’.” H/t Busted Open Radio

Both Michelle McCool and The Undertaker could be present at Royal Rumble 2022

Considering Michelle McCool is going to be at Royal Rumble 2022, it won’t be unusual for The Deadman to be present at the event as well.

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Now, he may not make an in-ring appearance, but he could definitely be present backstage. He definitely won’t make a return as a pro-wrestler since his return could overshadow McCool’s return.

If he is going to be backstage, someone could actually get an interview with ‘Taker’. Moreover, The Deadman has already revealed that he’ll never come back to the ring as a pro-wrestler since his body won’t be able to keep up with what he did back in the day.


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It will be extremely exciting to watch Taker return to the ring. However, it doesn’t seem like the WWE Universe has that fortune.

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Written by:

Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury


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Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.
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