The Undertaker Reveals When He Physically Felt The Best

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The Undertaker has opened up about when he physically felt the best during his incredible run in WWE.

When it comes to longevity in WWE, the wrestler that fans think about the most is The Undertaker. After all, The Undertaker was a key part of the company from when he debuted at Survivor Series 1990 until his official retirement at Survivor Series 2020, which sadly was an event that had no fans in attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

That 30-year run saw The Undertaker compete against many of the biggest names in WWE history from multiple generations on his way to winning seven WWE World Championships. While he certainly had his fair share of injuries like most wrestlers, The Deadman’s durability saw him wrestle until he was 55 years old.

On a recent episode of his Six Feet Under podcast, The Undertaker was asked when he physically felt the best during his career. While The Undertaker answered, he also shared an interesting story about gaining weight due to dealing with injuries.

“I think around 2000 to 2007, somewhere in there, I think physically that was probably the best. When I came back in as the American Badass, I was really heavy. Like, I was intentionally big and I was just training to be big. I ended up tearing my pec right before I was about to make my return. I was like a couple of weeks from coming back. I had a groin injury and I’d taken time off. Then I was about to make my comeback and ended up tearing my pec.”

“I remember going to the doctor and getting on the scale. I was 354 pounds. I was shocked. I had no clue how heavy I was. Dude, when I went in for the MRI, I had to go in with one arm down and one arm up, the only way I could fit. I’m not claustrophobic. They offered me a Valium to take to calm your nerves. Man. I was like, ‘I got this.’ I was so big that I was touching all the way around.”

The Undertaker’s age range from 2000 to 2007 was 35 years old to 42 years old.

What Titles Does The Undertaker Want WWE To Introduce?

Recently on his podcast, The Undertaker spoke about how he thinks WWE should add at least one and maybe even two Women’s Titles. Taker is married to former WWE Women’s Champion Michelle McCool and is known as a supporter of women’s wrestling.

“The division [is] deep. I would like to see a Women’s Intercontinental Champion, and possibly, because there are two brands, a Women’s US Champion.”

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