The Undertaker has been one of WWE's greatest megastars and he is also arguably the best fear striker in the company's history. In his illustrious nearly three-decade professional wrestling career, Taker had entertained his fans in many ways and to date also holds the record of most wins in Wrestlemania history. The Undertaker was supposed to appear the 20th-anniversary episode of Smackdown and but he did not as he had revealed that he was told he wasn't needed. He also did not perform at Crown Jewel despite showing up in Saudi Arabia. However, a video of him and his long-time rival Batista have managed to impress the fans.
This had happened during Smackdown's 1000 episode celebrations last year. After the event, Batista was seen walking out of the arena when he is greeted by his good friend and former Evolution team-mate Randy Orton as they complimented each other. Meanwhile, when the 'Animal' was making his way out, he was called from behind once again and this time it was the 'Phenom'. The 'Dead Man' was seen hugging and appreciating Batista after he had showcased a fantastic performance on that particular night. The video of the two big stars coming face to face with each other was posted on social media. Watch the video here.
Batista meets The Undertaker!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/M1Hwnybx4Q— WWE Classics Daily (@tmykwoah) July 9, 2019
Undertaker’s wife, Michelle McCool recently featured in a podcast ‘Vickie Guerrero’s Excuse Me podcast this week,’ where she talked about her wrestling career and her marriage to the WWE legend. During the conversation, McCool surprised the former WWE manager by playing a short message from the man who plays The Undertaker, Mark Calaway. Calaway can be heard congratulating his former on-screen rival following the launch of her podcast. In the recorded message, Calaway can be heard saying ‘hello’ to Vickie. Later the man behind Undertaker reveals that her upcoming podcast should be good and he can’t wait to listen to it. He praised Vickie Guerrero and wished her good luck for the future. So far, Vickie Guerrero’s podcast has featured WWE superstars like Edge, Ruby Riott, Brandi Rhodes, Britt Baker, and McCool.