- Know which WWE superstars did not like Undertaker in real life
- The Undertaker has said goodbye to his in-ring career in the WWE Survivor Series 2020.
In the WWE Survivor Series 2020, The Undertaker has said goodbye to his in-ring career forever. Over the past 30 years of historic career, The Dead Man has shared the ring with many legendary superstars and rarely will anyone be able to recount their records.
The Undertaker is still one of the most respected superstars of the WWE, but in this 30-year journey, he has had many good friends and his relationship with some has not been special. The Undertaker has been embroiled in controversy on several occasions.
This picture will go down in the history books. This is a legacy. This is respect. This is honor. This is loyalty. This is love. This is passion. This is the Phenom. This is the Deadman. This is The Undertaker. #ThankYouTaker #Undertaker30 #SurvivorSeries pic.twitter.com/jDzJ5XN7t1
— Shivam Jain (@Shivamjain013) November 23, 2020
The debate between backstage superstars in Pro Wrestling is not new, no matter how many achievements The Undertaker has made in his career, but he is also a human being. In this article, we are going to tell you the names of those 5 superstars with whom Undertaker’s relationship in real life is not good.
Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker did not have a good relationship
— WWE (@WWE) November 23, 2020
The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels relationship has improved to a great extent, but in the 1990s the situation was completely reversed. Michaels would have been very arrogant at the time and would have upset other wrestlers.
The Dead Man himself admitted in an interview that he said, “Our relationship did not go well for a while before today. Michaels was at the peak of his career at the time, so I didn’t speak to him.” could.”
Luckily after 2002, Michaels’ temperament improved a lot after his journey to WWE and since then both wrestlers have become very good friends in real life.
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— John (@JohnWalters_8) November 23, 2020
Today, The Undertaker considers Big Show one of his closest friends. But during the Big Show debut in 1999, the circumstances were quite different.
That same year, he stated on Corey Graves’s After The Bell podcast that, “Big Show at that time came to WWE from WCW and during his WWE debut he treated other people in a strange way, treating them as being much weaker than himself. I was not acceptable at all. ”
— Triple H (@TripleH) November 22, 2020
There was a time when The Undertaker used to be part of Bone Street Krew, on the other hand, Sean Michaels was the leader of The Kliq. In an interview with Gorilla Position, Triple H made a big disclosure about the rivalry of both teams.
He said that The Undertaker did not like the way The Kliq handled backstage issues. The two are not enemies of each other but the feud of The Kliq and Bone Street Krew can definitely be seen in the relationship between the two.
Back in 2010, The Undertaker was sent on a mission to pick a fight with then-UFC champion Brock Lesnar.
— ESPN MMA (@espnmma) May 14, 2020
Brock Lesnar will always be known for ending The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak. These days their relationship is in good shape but it was not so a few years ago.
Lassner left the WWE in 2004, and a few years later saw a segmentation of the Confrontation between Undertaker and The Beast at UFC 121. In an interview with Ariel Helwani in 2011, Lesnar admitted that his relationship with The Dead Man was not good.
— WWE (@WWE) November 23, 2020
Today, most people are well aware of the real-life friendship of Vince McMahon and The Undertaker. In connection with the much-discussed Montreal Screwjob in Survivor Series 1997, The Undertaker stated in The Bill Simmons podcast that he also confided with Vince after that segment.
There were also reports of an argument between Vince and The Undertaker during an event named Starcast II in 2019.