One of The Phenom’s most recognizable competitors throughout his illustrious career was Mick Foley. After Mankind was pushed over the top of the Hell in a Cell building, the two stole the show at King of the Ring 1998. A new edition of WWE Rivals, which airs tonight on the A&E Network, will showcase the conflict, which is still spoken about today.
Some fans continue to have faith that legendary WWE Superstar The Undertaker will eventually make a comeback. Recently, The Deadman praised Mick Foley, a fellow great, and made reference to their storied rivalry. The Deadman previously said that his feud with Mick Foley was one of the highlights of his career while promoting tonight’s program on Twitter.
“One of the pinnacle moments of my career was getting to share the ring with @RealMickFoley and so many historic moments! He really is a badass,” the Undertaker claims. Even though the Undertaker is one of the most famous WWE superstars of all time. Throughout his career, The Undertaker had a number of well-known moments and consistently put effort into promotion. Without a doubt, his extended unbeaten streak at Wrestlemania was the pinnacle of his remarkable career.
Undertaker Collaborated With Renowned Video Game Streamer
The Undertaker enjoys enormous popularity outside of WWE. The Phenom appeared at a number of shows and events outside of WWE after his retirement. His most unexpected appearance of the whole thing was when he collaborated with renowned video game streamer Dr. Disrespect. A former vice president of WWE recently disclosed Taker’s readiness for this partnership.
Furthermore, Taker had made a contentious claim about not enjoying video games before meeting the doctor. Rob Klingman recently spoke in an interview about The Undertaker’s decision to work with Dr. Disrespect in spite of The Deadman’s distaste for video games. Klingman is currently the VP of Marketing Operations at G Fuel and previously held the position of Vice President of All Sponsorship Sales at WWE.