The Undertaker gave his opinion on a young WWE star that’s a great human being and somebody he feels can be an “attraction” in WWE.
After retiring from WWE in 2020 after 30 years as an active wrestler, The Undertaker has opened up about his life a lot more. The Last Ride documentary on WWE Network revealed a lot about what Mark Calaway is like while he also does a lot more interviews days.
In a new interview with Alex McCarthy for the Daily Mail, The Undertaker spoke about what retirement is like for him as well as his 1 deadMAN SHOW, a live talk show with stories from his WWE career featuring questions from those in attendance.
McCarthy also tweeted about The Undertaker’s opinion of Omos, the 28-year-old, 7’3″ and 400+ pound Nigerian that is the biggest man on the WWE roster.
“I’m really high on Omos. He’s still developing that talent and my gosh what a great human being he is. Actually, I’m killing him off cause he’s a bad guy right now, but he is a really nice human being and he is a sponge, he wants to get better.”
“He wants to do all of the things that I look for when I see somebody that I really want to mentor, but it’s difficult because it’s just so hard to book him in a way that he should be booked. He is an attraction, he’s not an every week tv kind of guy, he needs to be special.”
At WrestleMania 39, Omos is currently scheduled to face Brock Lesnar in singles action in what will be the biggest match of Omos’s career. This past Monday on Raw, Lesnar tried to lift Omos up, but he couldn’t do it and Omos sent Lesnar out of the ring.
The Undertaker recently talked about his long rivalry with Brock Lesnar saying that he didn’t think Lesnar “needed” to be the one to end The Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania streak in 2014.