WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker is a man from whom we can learn a lot and who has left a big mark in WWE. in an interview with Ryan Satin, The Undertaker talked about the Tombstone Piledriver, and about the event from the ring against an opponent who remembers well: “I’m going to say, Mark Henry.
Because just of his sheer size, I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to do it or not. My number one goal, always, is to protect my opponent. I think the world of Mark and I knew at that particular time I was strong and healthy, but he was a really big dude when I tombstoned him.
I was so proud of myself that I had him, I tombstoned him, I didn’t hurt him and we had a fairly decent match along with it”. - he said, as quoted by TheSportsRush.
The Undertaker's Finishing move
He also talked about how his finishing move, by which he was recognizable, came about.
“I remember there was a group of us. And we were trying to figure out um, You know, what we were gonna name this thing, and then someone just kind of visualized putting a tombstone on a grave and how heavy that would be and what it would look like.
And I think, from that is how the, You know, the name came up”. The Undertaker stated. He misses the WWE and everything he has experienced. “I think what I’ll miss most is the feeling I get when I walk out,” The Undertaker said.
“Regardless of how I felt physically, when the lights went out and the music came on and I started my entrance, just for a couple of moments, my fans made all the pain go away. You feel their appreciation, it gives you that little bit …” - he said for The Guardian.