Happy Corbin speaks about The Undertaker



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Happy Corbin speaks about The Undertaker

When thinking of the most iconic characters in WWE history, The Undertaker's name is one of the first that comes to mind. The Digger made his debut in the Stamford federation back in 1990, becoming one of the undisputed symbols of the modern era.

Thanks largely to his iconic gimmick, the Deadman has been raving fans for nearly three decades. In addition to winning several world titles, the 'Phenom' boasts a streak of 21 consecutive victories at WrestleMania, the most important event on the WWE calendar.

Barring sensational and unlikely twists, his last match will remain the one against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Taker has officially retired from the 2020 Survivor Series, after admitting that he can no longer sustain the efforts required by professional wrestling.

On April 1, 2022, Calaway was inducted with full merit into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself. In the latest edition of 'After The Bell', the podcast hosted by Corey Graves, Happy Corbin said he had a long conversation with Undertaker earlier this year.

WrestleMania 38 turned out to be a huge success, both for the company as well as the millions (and millions!) of fans watching the two-night extravaganza.

Happy Corbin opens up on The Undertaker

“I talked to The Undertaker for about 40 minutes at the Royal Rumble and it was great.

I was looking for a way to find balance and I wanted to know those little secrets that made him different from everyone else. For me, it's about collecting important details from every conversation. Taker is one of the best performers of all time.

I grew up admiring Undertaker and Kane” - Happy Corbin revealed. The Digger and Happy Corbin have never clashed in singles, but they both took part in a multi-man match at New York's Madison Square Garden on July 7, 2018.

Speaking to Sportskeeda, wrestling expert Bill Apter analyzed the words of the Phenom during the HOF ceremony: “He spoke more like Mark Calaway than The Undertaker. Listening to that speech, younger fans may have wondered who that man in the center of the ring was."

The Undertaker headlined this year's WWE Hall of Fame induction class, an honor that he deserved arguably more than anyone else. After delivering an amazing and inspiring Hall of Fame speech, The Phenom also appeared on both the nights of WrestleMania to thank the fans for their support for all these years.

Behind The Undertaker in this picture, we can also see former WWE Superstar Jason Jordan, who is now working as a producer for WWE.