Judge David Johnson's deadliest match? A KFC Double Down eating contest.
The best of the Dead Man.
He's huge, scary-looking, and uses more eye-liner than a production of Hairpsray. He's The Undertaker, a.k.a. The Phenom, and a pile of his biggest matches have been collected on three discs for your viewing pleasure:
This release is straight-up wrestling, with no documentary elements tossed in. It's The Undertaker climbing into the ring and wrecking fools (his legendary match-ups with Shawn Michaels in WrestleMania are mysteriously AWOL) and that's about it. Hyperactive montages are inserted between matches as introductions, but anyone looking for an in-depth look at the man's career and personality will not find that here.
Choke-slams and white eyeballs? This set has you covered. A couple of noob criticisms though: 1) Why zero mention of the Bad-Ass persona Undertaker developed a while back, riding in on his motorcycle and what not?; 2) Wow, The Undertaker wrestles in a a lot of gimmicky matches; and 3) Who are some of these guys? King Mabel? Kamala?
Are you up for watching The Undertaker pound grown men into submission? Not
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