The Undertaker Left an Emotional 4-Word Message For Vince McMahon After His Epic WrestleMania Match Against Bray Wyatt

Published 01/24/2023, 9:30 AM EST

The Undertaker’s post-retirement first appearance in WWE had to be anything but ordinary. The man made a special return at WWE RAW’s 30th anniversary on Monday night. Surprisingly, he was in the focus even during the red brand’s 1st episode. Coming face to face with his old WrestleMania rival Bray Wyatt, the 7th-time champion, helped him to take out LA Knight. However, this is not the first time. His staunch support for Bray can be traced back to WrestleMania 31. After that match, he went on a bat with Vince McMahon for him.

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A special moment between The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt

During Monday’s milestone event, LA knight came out to the ring and cut a promo. He then challenged any of the WWE stars to come out to the ring. This incident ignited the ‘American Baddass’ persona in the deadman. Being pushed by the challenge, he came out to the ring with his phenomenal style.

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Knight’s futile attempt to run resulted in getting a chokeslam from The Undertaker. Later, he handed over Knight to Wyatt, who hit him with Sister Abigail’s move. Taker then whispered something in Wyatt’s ear before he made a final exit.

The Undertaker shared his reaction on social media about this moment. “Moments define this industry. This one was special!” he wrote.

 Taker’s emotional message 

Remembering another prominent demonstration of Undertaker’s support for Wyatt, WrestleVote recently tweeted. The tweet says, ”Feels like a good time to tweet this, following their match at WrestleMania 31 Undertaker told Vince in the post match embrace to “take care of him” in reference to Bray. Regardless of what happens in the interim, Taker has always been a huge Wyatt supporter. It showed just now.”

Even after defeating Wyatt with the final ”Tombstone Piledriver” move, The Undertaker doesn’t hesitate to recognize Wyatt’s talent. However, despite his suggestion, McMahan released Wyatt in July 2021.

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A year after his release, Bray Wyatt made a shocking return to the company at the Extreme Rules pay-per-view. Since his jaw-dropping return, the 35-year-old has been quite at the center of discussion. The world may wonder what is next for this incredible man. Giving an answer to that, for now, The legend is all set to face LA Knight in a pitch-black match at the upcoming Royal Rumble pay-per-view on January 28th.

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On another side, last year was sweet to The Undertaker as well. The star was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, followed by a well-deserved standing ovation.

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We see many rivalries in WWE. But sometimes it’s fascinating to see something else what The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt have shown us. After all, the sport sometimes speaks more loudly of appreciation and sportsmanship outside the arena of the typical rivalry. 

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Shreya Nag is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. She has been working in the media sector for the past year as a content writer, after completing her graduation and post-graduation diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. Apart from WWE, Shreya follows soccer cricket, and badminton.

Edited By: Debmallya Chakraborty

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