The Undertaker

The Undertaker reveals reason for long entrance

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The Undertaker is synonymous with WWE and WrestleMania, and his legendary career got a deserved Hall of Fame entry last year. Something tied to this mythical performer was his entrance music and the long walk down to the ring, which fans came to expect from the former world champion.

The Undertaker faced opponents of all shapes, talents, and ages during his three-decade run with WWE

This also led many to wonder why he would so long for his entrance walk, the length of which sometimes eclipsed match times in WWE. During a chat with Pardon My Take podcast, the real-life Mark Calaway revealed there he would sometimes make the entrance a bit longer because he thought he was going to have a bad match and hence wanted to give fans their money’s worth.

“Like if I was working with somebody that was pretty limited though I was going to have just a really shitty match with. I was like man ‘I’m gonna get my money’s worth out of this entrance’. There were times I would take a little bit of extra time because I knew the match was going to be horrible. So, I figured I might as well give it to him on the entrance because they’re going to be disappointed once this bell rings”.

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