The Undertaker Buries Dave Meltzer

The Undertaker

The Undertaker is no fan of Dave Meltzer.

Over the course of his WWE career, The Undertaker was involved in some of the most famous moments and matches matches in company history.

From throwing Mick Foley from the top of Hell In A Cell to his famous battles with the likes of Brock Lesnar, Kane, and Shawn Michaels, ‘Taker has pretty much seen and done it all.

On a recent episode of his Six Feet Under podcast, The Deadman named his match with Michaels at WrestleMania 25 as “the best he ever had.” While discussing the match the WWE legend also fired a shot at Dave Meltzer for not giving it five stars in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

“You know me I don’t like to put myself over in those kind of answers but that match was pretty close to…in spite of Dave Meltzer only giving it four stars. I don’t remember him taking too many bumps. I don’t really have a lot of stock in what he says. I can’t even believe I just gave him credit. I did say his name and I’m regretting that right now. We might have to edit that out.”

The Undertaker Names Star Who Should Have Ended The Streak

During the same episode, The Undertaker broke down why Bray Wyatt would have been the logical pick to end his famous WrestleMania streak. The WWE Hall of Famer surmised that a victory for Wyatt would have meant much more for his career than it did for Brock Lesnar — the man who did eventually end The Streak.

On March 18th it was announced that The Undertaker will be narrating a new Bray Wyatt documentary set to be released on April 1st.

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