I spent the morning searching around youtube and came across some old Undertaker clips. Stumbled upon something I thought was very strange for his character to do, and reserched it some more.
The Undertaker had his own talk show with Paul Bearer, they called the Funeral Parlor. Keep in mind this isn't the same Undertaker that was a promo genious towards the late 90's during his ministry reign, this was the Undertaker that didn't speak at all, only a few words at best and even that was rare, so for me to see him and Bearer having a talk show was a surprise to say the least.
Here are some clips.
What do you guys think of this talk show? did it have potential like some of the other classic talk segments the WWE have had, like the Barber? Pipers Pit? Highlight Reel? or was it just a dud, another one of WWE's crazy ideas at the time.
Yeah I remember that I was terrified as a kid when Hulk Hogan showed up, because I thought they would burry him alive. Which would have made me a sad little Hulkamaniac.
Also remember the Undertaker and Bearer putting beaten jobbers into black bodybags, man was I scared of these two guys during their first heel run.
__________________ Harry Callahan: I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?
R.I.P. Macho Man Randy Savage
"Macho Madness" will live forever in the hearts of your fans.
Last edited by hardcore1982 : 06-06-2012 at 12:22 PM.
This is the one that put The Undertaker as the top heel.
J.R:"Everybody claims to be an icon and claims to be something special,and maybe they were in their day
None will Ever surpass the Undertaker in my view"
Kurt Angle:"He is our leader, and I consider Undertaker the best ever"
Shawn Michaels:"Wrestling against Undertaker was the best professional experience of my life."
Triple H:"He is The Greatest Legend in the history of this business"
Michael Cole:"The biggest Smackdown and WWE superstar of all time,the legendary Undertaker".
Mark Henry:"it's hard not to put The Undertaker in the same breath as Hogan and Rock because not only has he served more years as them, but collectively, I'm sure he's sold out and made more money than all of them."