The Undertaker Names 4 Best Talkers In Wrestling History

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The Undertaker has run down another wrestling Mount Rushmore.

During a career that spanned more than 30 years, The Undertaker stood across the ring from some of the greatest performers wrestling has ever seen. Many of those stars also proved to be masters on the microphone, delivering promos that are still enjoyed by fans today.

In a video posted on his Six Feet Under YouTube Channel, The Undertaker ran down his Mount Rushmore of promo cutters.

“Coming in at number 4, my dark horse, Double A, Arn Anderson,” Taker said. “Arn had that unique ability to make you feel what it was he was gonna do in the match. Such an eloquent talker.

He never stumbled on his words. He had a thought, and he relayed it in a way that made you believe that everything he said was gonna happen. It was phenomenal. Absolutely one of the best ever.

Coming in at number 3, ‘If you smell what The Rock is cooking.’ Look, I don’t care whose list you put who on,” Taker said.

“If you don’t have The Rock on your top 4, you’re crazy. The things he came up with, the ingenuity, such an entertaining guy. Like him or hate him, doesn’t really matter. When it came to work on the stick, he’s on my Mount Rushmore.

Again, I’m gonna go back to the past a little bit…..Number two. I got the ‘Nature Boy,’ Ric Flair. He’s still cutting them promos today all these years, the styling and the profiling, rocking the alligator shoes, doing it like only he can do, riding space mountain.

He’s got more catchphrases than Tom Brady has Super Bowl rings. ‘The Nature Boy,’ he could flat put it out there, and he could get wound up. And the more wound up he got, the more engrossed you would get in his promo,” Taker said. “Incredible promo work.”

The Undertaker Tips Black Hat To Dusty Rhodes

Number one on The Undertaker’s list was Ric Flair’s great rival, The American Dream Dusty Rhodes. The Deadman declared Rhodes a “master on the mic.”

“Number one on my mic work. The working man, he’s wined and dined with kings and queens and ate pork and beans. I mean, the son of a plumber, if you will. My God, the man was a master on the mic,” Taker said. “Just a true American icon. ‘The American Dream.’ That’s right, Texas’ own The American Dream Dusty Rhodes baby.”

‘Taker added that the list was for wrestlers only and excluded managers.

On a recent episode of his podcast, The Undertaker slammed a famous WWE Title belt, describing it as awful.

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