WWE icon The Undertaker threw a fan to the ground after begging him to expose his trademark move.
The light-hearted moment happened in an American restaurant, with a wrestling fanatic gleefully proclaiming: “I survived!”
The Undertaker, known outside the ring as Mark Callaway, was asked by a man if he could bite him during a dinner reservation.
The wrestling legend, 56, kindly obliged as the fan and his friends began to chant: “Bite, chop, chop, cut, chop…”.
The crowd went silent as The Undertaker prepared to unleash the famous move with his iconic right hand.
It’s a hand that has outlasted countless rivals during the star’s illustrious 30-year WWE career.
Few people managed to withstand this effortless blow… and this disappointing fan was no exception.
He fell to the ground and rolled around for a few seconds before The Undertaker kindly helped him get back on his feet.
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Callaway is enjoying his retirement after an illustrious 33-year in-ring career.
He turned professional in June 1987 before joining WWE three years later and quickly became one of the promotion’s biggest stars.
A SunSport readers poll in October 2020 picked The Undertaker as WWE the greatest Icon, ahead of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and The Rock.
Announcing his retirement, Calaway said: “My time has come. It’s time to let The Undertaker rest in peace.”
Callaway’s latest project is a new interactive Netflix film called “Escape the Undertaker” – released earlier this month.
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