Arn Anderson is a former member of the four horsemen and he recently spoke about not fighting at any WrestleMania event. Arn’s career spanned nearly 40 years and he achieved a lot during his career. His most memorable moment was during WrestleManiaX8.
On his podcast, he spoke about that moment. “I’ve been so fortunate to be in some special situations with some talented guys and situations where there were just a few people in the arena and a hundred thousand n the arena,” Anderson said.
“Unless you’ve been to a WrestleMania, there’s nothing like appearing in front of 100,000, 80,000, and just looking at that sea of audience. I was fortunate enough to be included on the Flair Undertaker match where I slid into the ring and spinebuster the Undertaker”.
Arn Anderson on Never Wrestling at a WrestleMania Event
Arn Anderson then spoke about his guest experience during The Undertaker vs Ric Flair match. Arn Anderson appeared and executed a spine buster on The Undertaker to help Ric break The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak.
He stated that he managed to keep himself hidden. “The magic of not shooting me [on camera],” Anderson said. “I just kind of came out and started down fast walking on the side of the ramp, really close to the rail.
Everyone's watching the match, I got all the way there without anyone even seeing that I was there and it just appeared that I popped out of the ground. I just appeared, I just shot down very very close. I think [the fans] believed, just for a moment, when Ric covered him, that that was it.
“That told you that was it, the screw job was in, it was the work. Of course, as we now know it was not. But for that moment in time to be in there with those two guys and have a moment that’s featured and give the audience part of that roller coaster ride and give my contribution is one of those I’ll never forget.
You carry it with you and you’ll never forget that feeling as long as you live”. Arn Anderson went on to talk about WrestleMania 36. Due to the pandemic, WrestleMania 36 had to contain a lot of cinematic matches. According to Arn, WWE wanted to create excitement as they did not want to see fans watch an empty arena all the time.