The Deadman has been a hot topic of conversation over the past few weeks since WWE has released a new Network Documentary surrounding the career of The Undertaker, where he has been able to tell his story for the first time. Undertaker has seemingly gained a number of media bookings from the documentary and was recently able to reveal some interesting facts about himself and his career.
While appearing as a guest on the Pardon My Take podcast, The Undertaker was asked about the reason behind his long entrance to the ring.
“A lot of times that would just depend on my opponent, okay? Like, if I was working with somebody that was pretty limited or I thought I was gonna have just a real sh**ty match with, I was like, Man, Imma get my money’s worth out of this entrance. There were times I would take a little bit of extra time, ’cause I knew the match is gonna be horrible, so I figured I might as well give it to them on the entrance, ’cause they are gonna be disappointed when the bell rings,” via Sportskeeda.
The Deadman was also a guest on the Bill Simmons podcast earlier in the week, where he was asked about his Social Media presence and the reason behind The Undertaker finally joining Twitter and Instagram.
“I got a social media account, it’s probably less than two years, right? You know, the writing was on the wall. I got more matches behind me than I do in front of me. And, people are saying like, “dude, you need to get yourself out there because your wrestling career is coming to an end. Now, it’s time to cash in on the brand, you know, the stuff that you didn’t do all these years.”