One of the most famous faces in the entire history of the pro-wrestling world, is undoubtedly the athlete who retired during the last ppv of the 2020 Survivor Series, The Undertaker. After spending 3 decades in the McMahon family rings and having a short stint also in WCW, the WWE Deadman has become one of the most loved, known and admired wrestlers in wrestling history, with his name that can quietly be associated in terms of fame with the various Hulk Hogan, John Cena, Ric Flair and a few other sacred monsters of the discipline.
As we said, before his arrival in the WWE rings, however, The Undertaker was fighting under the name of Mark Callous or Mean Mark, in the WCW and USWA rings. During those years, apparently, The Undertaker came at loggerheads with another great historical wrestler in the world of the discipline, Bill Dundee, who in his last interview wanted to reveal his truth about the continuous quarrels with the Deadman of McMahon.
According to what was revealed by the historian former Scottish WCW and NWA wrestler, Bill Dundee, aka William Crookshanks, who also fought in the Turner family promotion around the end of the 80s and early 90s, between him and The Undertaker there was not a good relationship, since the two were dating the same girl.
To the microphones of the well-known site Sportskeeda, the former NWA wrestler, who for a short time was also manager of William Regal, revealed: "I couldn't figure out what was wrong with Big Mark (Undertaker ed).
I tried to help him like everyone else did, but the problem was clear unlike everyone else. When two guys are involved with the same woman, it never ends well. I knew and dated this young girl and he also knew her and did the same as her and I think he ended up marrying her in the end.
Anyway, I don't know, I don't give a shit. It was what it was. "In the interview, Bill Dundee did not want to mention the name of this girl, who at the moment turns out to be almost unknown, with a fairly clear situation that probably must not have gone down either to him or to the WWE's future Deadman, who after many ups and downs, eventually married WWE's Michelle McCool, with whom he built a beautiful family, despite the Deadman already having other children from previous relationships.
Royal Rumble 2021
Here the summary of what happened in the WWE PPV Royal Rumble held on 1/31/2021 at WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) in Tampa, Florida. In WWE Thunderdome (Tropicana Field) there are fans connected via webcam who act as an audience like in the NBA with their supporters.
Women's Tag Team Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships:
Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler beat Asuka & Charlotte Flair (Nia and Shayna are the new champions) Main Card:
Single Match for the WWE Championship:
Drew McIntyre beats Goldberg (Drew remains champion) Women's Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship:
Sasha Banks beats Carmella (w / Reginald) (Sasha remains champion) Performance by rapper Bad Bunny along with Booker T.
Women's Royal Rumble Match:
Winner: Bianca Belair (SmackDown) Last Man Standing Match for the Universal Championship:
Roman Reigns beats Kevin Owens (Roman remains champion) Men's Royal Rumble Match:
Winner: Edge During the Women's Royal Rumble the 24/7 Championship changed owner twice from R-Truth to Alicia Fox first and from Alicia Fox to R-Truth. R-Truth lost the 24/7 Championship again to journalist Peter Rosenberg.