Jason Sensation recently revealed that he was always scared of The Undertaker. The Undertaker made WWE and wrestling history in general, having made millions of fans around the world fall in love with his iconic gimmick. The Deadman took part in many memorable feuds during his long career, which lasted about 30 years.
His last match is probably destined to remain the one against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, given that the Phenom has repeatedly reiterated that he does not want to return to the ring. Within the docu-series The Last Ride, the former WWE Champion had confided that he was no longer able to sustain the rhythms required by professional wrestling and that he did not want to ruin his image of him.
As already announced by WWE, Taker will be one of the protagonists of the 30th anniversary of Raw. In addition to him, other legends such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and D-Generation X will also appear.
Jason Sensation on the The Undertaker
In the latest edition of the podcast Cafe de Rene, Jason Sensation expressed some very interesting considerations about the Undertaker: "The Gravedigger was a great performer, one of the best of all time.
He has always been good to me and has helped me on several occasions. I was scared of him at first because of his aura, but then I calmed down and we made a great relationship." Recently, Drew McIntyre wanted to pay tribute to the Deadman: "In the last phase of his career, he was struggling even to walk when he returned to the locker room.
Although he had several physical problems, he never spared when he entered the ring. The adrenaline and the desire not to disappoint the fans led him to go beyond his limits. He flew around the ring like a Mexican luchador. When he went backstage and the adrenaline went down, you noticed his difficulties.
The Deadman loved this business more than anyone else and gave everything until the last fight. You just have to admire him and thank him for everything he has done." There are still tons of fans hoping to see Taker back in the ring.