The Undertaker has been in the business for a long time, but it’s clear that The Deadman’s career is coming to an end sooner rather than later.
Throughout the course of his wrestling career The Undertaker has faced some of the biggest names in the business, and at Survivor Series in 1991 he defeated Hulk Hogan to win the WWE Championship.
Taker recently discussed the match during an interview with ESPN, and he opened up about Hogan claiming he suffered a neck injury during the bout.
“Finally, I got to San Antonio, I was like, “Terry, I watched it back, your head never hit!” He’s like, “Brother, what it was is you had me so tight, that when we came down, I had nowhere to move, and that’s what jammed my neck. I couldn’t move at all.” At that point, then I was like, ‘Okay,’ I kind of realized I know what you’re all about, and that’s all I needed.”
The Undertaker went on to say that when Hulk Hogan returned to WWE in 2002 he wasn’t overly friendly because his radar was always up around the Hulkster.
“I was not overly friendly, but I did, you know, if he was in the building, I always made sure to say hello, and engage him in conversation. But, you know, l’ve always, like I said, from that Tuesday In Texas, when I got that answer, I knew all I needed to know about him. And then, you know, that’s the way it’s always… my radar was always up, anytime I had to interact with him.”
After years of being one of the most mysterious men in professional wrestling, Taker has been opening up about his career much more as of late through interviews and his WWE Network documentary series.
Part four of the documentary series “The Undertaker: The Last Ride” will air on Sunday, June 14 on the WWE Network.