The Undertaker comments on the women's division



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The Undertaker comments on the women's division

During an interview with Sports Illustrated, WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker praised two WWE Superstars on the women's roster, Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair, who have also clashed several times in two intense rivalries.

“Lynch has been a fixture since his return in August, progressing and advancing his character in a significant way that feels like it's been an eternity since he was The Man. Lynch stole the show in November from the Survivor Series vs.

Charlotte Flair then did it again in an epic fight at WrestleMania 38 against Bianca Belair. She brings Raw to life every week, and her work continues to capture the attention of The Undertaker, who believes Lynch is at the top of an elite list of professional wrestlers around the world.

In fact, about the Irish wrestler Phenom said: “Becky is so connected right now. You're on TV as much as they are, you can get used to it very quickly, but Becky is constantly evolving. She's doing it on the microphone and in the ring."

The Undertaker is a WWE Hall of Famer

Sports Illustrated went on to write, “When Calaway last spoke with Sports Illustrated in March just before his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame, he expressed his excitement about what was in store for the Lynch bout- Belair at WrestleMania.

Recently, he became enlightened when the topic was introduced about this match that he thinks could be an all-time classic." To describe the situation The Undertaker said: “The women's division is very good indeed.

Bianca has only scratched the surface of the star she will become. She has an incredible personality. She is someone I really want to see successful. And Becky is on another level. You never know what will come next. Looking at what she is doing, it is clear that she has the potential to be at the top for a long time."

A few years back, The Deadman made some comments regarding today's locker room and how they have gone soft. Last night, Miro on his Twitch spoke about how he got into gaming and addressed the comments by The Undertaker: "Everything started very accidentally.

After my release from WWE, I had nothing. I had to sit at home for three months and wasn't able to work anywhere. Thankfully, Xavier Woods and my mentor Shaq, kind of inspired me to do what I love doing. I love playing video games in my time off.

I've loved it since I was four years old. Why not do it when I'm chilling at home and connect with my friends and audience?" - said Miro.