The Undertaker, Kane And Others Were Surprisingly Backstage At Royal Rumble 2020

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A report revealed that both The Undertaker and Kane were present backstage during the Royal Rumble PPV. The Big Show and Rhea Ripley were also present.

Written By Adil Khan | Mumbai | Updated On:

Many believed that they will see The Brothers Of Destruction together again in the Men’s Royal Rumble 2020. Unfortunately for fans, that didn’t happen as neither Kane nor The Undertaker appeared during the match. However, Marc Middleton of Wrestling Inc. reported that both The Undertaker and Kane were present backstage during the Royal Rumble PPV. Not just them, other wrestlers like The Big Show, Rhea Ripley, Ruby Riott, Ember Moon, Nia Jax and Xavier Woods were also present backstage.

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However, reports also revealed that Kane and Undertaker were not in their character. They were backstage to boost the morale of other wrestlers. Some said that the legends were seen advising the wrestlers and spent a lot of time with WWE COO Triple H and WWE chairman Vince McMahon.

Many also revealed that Hall of Famer Ric Flair appeared backstage to congratulate her daughter Charlotte Flair for winning the Women’s Royal Rumble and her boyfriend Andrade for retaining the US championship.  

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The Undertaker talks about his WWE debut

The Undertaker recently appeared on Stone Cold Steve Austin's talk show - The Broken Skull Sessions. It is a show where he was not in character. During the interview, the two WWE legends talked about their WWE career and the many memorable moments that they shared. While remembering his WWE debut, The Undertaker revealed an interesting anecdote. He said that they used to have a segment which included one big egg. He added that he used to get ‘stomach aches’ just thinking about that egg. He thought that the company will force him to debut as an 'Egg-Man'. However, that didn’t happen and The Undertaker made his debut in the 1990 Survivor Series.

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