Teddy Long refutes claims of The Undertaker “killing” Bron Breakker’s image

The Undertaker is widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of professional wrestling. His mere presence in the arena has consistently produced an immense level of exhilaration and enthusiasm among the devoted fans. The entrance of The Deadman has evoked a chilling sensation among fans on numerous occasions.

After his retirement from WWE at the 2020 Survivor Series Premium Live Event, fans eagerly awaited his comeback to the ring, anticipating a remarkable entrance. Although the legendary figure did indeed make a much-anticipated appearance, certain fans have voiced their discontent regarding his comeback, citing an surprising reason for their criticism.

Teddy Long sets the record straight on Undertaker’s NXT appearance

The Undertaker is widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of professional wrestling. His presence in the arena has consistently generated massive excitement among fans. The Deadman’s iconic entrance has sent chills down the spines of fans at numerous events.

Following his retirement from WWE at the 2020 Survivor Series Premium Live Event, fans eagerly anticipated his return to the ring, expecting a grand entrance. While the legend did make a highly anticipated appearance, some fans have expressed criticism about his return for various reasons.

While speaking on “The Wrestling Time Machine” podcast, Teddy Long defended The Phenom when Bill Apter was blaming the legend for killing Bron Breakker’s image and mentioned that The Deadman established Breakker’s in-ring persona.

“At the end, you have to understand this business. In the end, what Undertaker did to him wasn’t to kill him [Bron Breakker]. What Undertaker did to him was to establish him and let everybody know, ‘This is the guy.’ That’s why that Chokeslam came in. That was his initiation. Not to kill him. So that was absolutely great. That did nothing but make him stronger. I’m telling you, that’s his initiation. That’s the way Undertaker is saying, ‘You’re the guy.’ Not to kill him. That was an initiation. That was the best thing that could ever happen to him.” said Teddy Long.

The Undertaker dives into podcasting

WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker has started a new venture recently. The legend has always indulged in protecting the Kayfabe for decades. But with this new venture, fans will be able to listen to many stories from the retired star’s wrestling days. The venture that he is starting is a podcast by the name of “Six Feet Under,” and the episodes of this show will be uploaded to Patreon.

It will be a subscription-based podcast, and there will be a total of three levels of this subscription that fans can purchase; it starts at $5 and ends at $10.

The following information was provided on the Patreon page of the podcast:

“The last 30+ years of being on the road as a professional wrestler have led to many stories in and out of the wrestling ring. Mark will be sharing weekly stories that you probably have never heard before and taking you down memory lane with some of his most epic matches that we all loved. So, if you are interested in the world of pro wrestling and getting a behind-the-scenes look into the life of one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, well, grab your shovel and get ready to go Six Feet Under with Mark Calaway!”

Are you excited about The Undertaker’s first podcast? Let us know your thoughts on it in the comment section below!

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Majidul Islam Rahat is a passionate WWE enthusiast and accomplished writer immersed in the world of professional wrestling. Majidul has keen insights and a deep understanding of the WWE universe. He combines his love for the sport with his storytelling prowess as a dedicated WWE writer. With a flair for capturing electrifying moments within the squared circle, He crafts compelling narratives that resonate with fellow fans.


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