The Undertaker Breaks Silence On UFC Fighter Using His Entrance Music

The Undertaker

The Undertaker’s legendary entrance lives on.

On March 9th at UFC 299, Michael “Venom” Page made his UFC debut after spending ten years with Bellator.

It was a good night for Page who picked up the win over Kevin Holland via Unanimous Decision, but it was his entrance that caught the eye. MVP came out to The Undertaker’s theme music while wearing a robe before performing a dance routine to a remixed version of the track.

After the entrance went viral, The Undertaker took to social media to congratulate the star.

Speaking at the post-fight press conference, MVP said he actually had even more planned for his entrance, but UFC bosses told him to “calm down.”

“To be fair, we had quite a bit more. It would have been even more entertaining. UFC was like, ‘Calm down, it’s your first one.’ We had to strip it back a little bit. I just like to make it a show. It helps me. It helps me relax when I’m putting on a show. It helps the time fly by and me have the best time ever. When I’m in that mode, I feel I’m the most dangerous,”

The Undertaker Heading To WrestleMania

It was recently announced that The Undertaker will be heading to Philadelphia for WrestleMania week. The legend will be hosting his 1 deadMAN SHOW at The Fillmore on Thursday, April 4th.

The show will kick off WrestleMania weekend before the WWE stars of today take centre stage.

Things for WWE kick off in earnest on April 5th, with SmackDown and the Hall of Fame ceremony coming live from the Wells Fargo Center. NXT Stand & Deliver takes place on April 6th along with WrestleMania night one, with the second night of the show on April 7th. The wild weekend is topped off by Raw on April 8th.

H/t to Fightful