The Undertaker is no more a regular feature on every WWE match card. However, he still keeps an eye on everything that is going on in the squared circle.
After his final farewell at Survivor Series, The Undertaker went live on Instagram to have a chat with famous rap artist, Snoop Dogg. The Deadman gave his views on the change in women’s wrestling in recent years. He also mentioned that his favorite storyline was Bayley vs Sasha Banks. (Snoop Dogg’s cousin)
“Sasha/Bayley, man, that was — that’s good stuff, man. I don’t care if you’re a man or a woman. That’s a good story, good action, you know? It’s top-level man, but I got no problem with it at all.”
The legendary artist had views similar to the ‘Deadman.’ The women made most of the opportunities whenever they received one.
“I love it. I love to see that the industry can grow and that the women can bring it, you know? Don’t just give an opportunity, but when they get the opportunity, they make the most of it and they have.”
The WWE universe first got a glimpse of the massive potential of Sasha Banks and Bayley half a decade back in 2015. Their match at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn received praise from multiple legends.
The Instagram chat between Undertaker and Snoop Dogg took place during the farewell week of the Undertaker. Many WWE legends walked down to the ring but were gone in no time.
The Godfather recently spoke to Sports Illustrated about The Undertaker’s farewell. The WWE Hall of Famer gave details about the private farewell all alive B.S.K members had for fellow group member The Undertaker.
“For that one night, the past came back to life. If you didn’t know any better, it felt like it was 20 years ago. We told stories, we hugged, we cried—and we put Timmy White to bed, just like we used to back in the day.”
The Undertaker is a stalwart in this business and an icon in this industry. However, The Godfather claims ‘The Deadman’ hasn’t forgotten his friends and early days.
“Mark is honest, he respects the business and he never forgets about his friends. He changed the business, especially for big men. He’s one of a kind. All of us that could be there on Saturday were there, and we had a hell of a night. I’ll remember it forever.”
Mark Callaway has hung up his boots for good and put the Undertaker to rest. The legend’s career spanned thirty years.