WATCH: WWE Legend The Undertaker Chops a Fan Hard in the Middle of a Restaurant

Published 10/04/2021, 9:39 PM EDT


The Undertaker may have exited the wrestling world.. but the wrestling in The Undertaker still remains. Evidence? Well, he just chopped a fan in the middle of a restaurant!

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In a clip that has surfaced, it shows The Deadman taking his time, preparing for the chop, and then executing a hard chop on a fan. The man falls, everyone cheers, it’s a good day for the WWE Universe, watching The Phenom in “unofficial action”.

While there’s a huge possibility The Phenom will never actually return to in-ring action, it’s great to know that The Phenom is keeping in touch with wrestling in his own way.

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The Undertaker had a “3 chop limit”

During an interview, Ric Flair revealed that while The Phenom had a good physique for his chop, he did not like it at all.

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In fact, not only did The Undertaker dislike the chop, so did Bret Hart.

“Bret and Taker were the two worst. Taker would tell me, you’ve got three. He’s got that big chest, which is like a sounding board. But Bret (Hart) hated it. We were in San Antonio one night and Bret goes ‘I hate this’. But I promise you, I read an article the other day and Bret said if I chopped him again, he was going to knock me out… that conversation never took place.”

Even The Deadman has revealed he hated the chop during an interview with The Godfather.

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Could The Phenom return to the ring?

There’s a higher chance of The Undertaker not returning to the company. If he does, it won’t be anytime soon. He could come back for one match or two just to boost ratings, but this too if WWE fails to bring other former Superstars or WWE Legends onboard.

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Taker put in thirty years of his life to the gimmick, to wrestling, and to the fans. When he retired, his focus was to spend more time with his family and finally be himself outside WWE. Previously, when he was working with WWE, he would keep up The Deadman gimmick even when he was outside the WWE ring and building.

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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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