The Undertaker Unveils His Top Four Small Wrestlers Of All Time

The Undertaker Unveils His Top Four Small Wrestlers Of All Time

The Undertaker has revealed his top four smaller wrestlers.

In a video for his podcast’s YouTube channel, Six Feet Under with Mark Calaway, The Undertaker started with his fourth pick and paid homage to the phenomenal AJ Styles, expressing a long-held desire to share the ring with the esteemed wrestler.

Coming in at number four. I’m going to put in AJ Styles. I have always been a fan of AJ Styles, somebody that I’ve always wanted to work with, I was fortunate enough to have my last match with AJ Styles. And that was because I thought that much of his work. My last match was a boneyard match but originally, that match was supposed to take place in a wrestling ring. And I was really looking forward to that because again, AJ Styles I’ve never seen him have a bad match. I was always a fan and was so excited when he came to the WWE. He is what he says he is he is the phenomenal one. And he brings his A-game every single time.

Transitioning to his third selection, Undertaker picked Chris Benoit.

My number three, I’m gonna go with the Crippler Chris Benoit. Again, a wrestling machine. Just could go he was that guy. He was not a big guy at all. But when he got going, man, you forgot. You forgot that he was such a small guy in stature. Yeah, he was jacked. But man, he was not that big a dude. But he was like a Wolverine in the ring. From bell to bell, you had to have wheels to keep up with him. And the things that he did was solid, strong made sense.

For his second choice, The Undertaker spotlighted Olympic gold medallist Kurt Angle, marvelling at Angle’s seamless transition from amateur wrestling to the professional arena.

There’s no doubt about my number two, the Olympic gold medalist himself, Kurt Angle, my goodness, what a freaking animal that Kurt was. I mean, not only did he win a gold medal, in the Olympics with a broken neck, he made the transition into professional wrestling, which is really difficult for a lot of amateurs to do. And to exceed at the level that he did. Just incredible talent.

Finally, The Undertaker crowned the late Eddie Guerrero as his number-one pick, celebrating Guerrero’s unmatched charisma, athleticism, and versatility.

My number one is none other than the incomparable Latino heat. Eddie Guerrero. Eddie could work with a broom and make it a good match. He had the ability to keep people mesmerised, not only by his athleticism, and his wrestling acumen. But just the things that he did, his promos were on point, he knew how to make fun of himself, he knew how to get heat, he knew how to be a babyface, he was the epitome of the undersized wrestler. Lie, cheat and steal, Eddie did it all and he is my number one.

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