The Undertaker didn’t mince his words while bashing a current WWE Superstar ahead of WrestleMania 38.
Undertaker will be inducted into the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame on April 1. A day after the ceremony, RAW Superstar Kevin Owens will host Stone Cold Steve Austin on the KO Show at WrestleMania 38.
The Undertaker recently drove a pace car for NASCAR’s EchoPark Automotive Texas Grand Prix. At the event, he shared his opinion on Owens targeting Austin on the road to WrestleMania. The Phenom didn’t hold back while berating Owens for trying to mess with Austin.
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“Well in the immortal words of ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, Kevin Owens has got to be one stupid son of a b—h. I don’t care where you’re from, you don’t mess with Texas Rattlesnake. He ain’t been in the ring in 19 years, you don’t think he’s gonna be bringing lumber with him. I don’t know what KO is thinking.” [H/T WrestlingInc]
He also added that one does not go about kicking beehives just because they want to be on the Mania card.
“I know you wanna be on the biggest card of the year, in the showcase of the immortals, but you don’t go kicking beehives, you don’t stick your hand in a beehive, and that’s exactly what he’s done. You’re gonna get stung. I know he’s not gonna get stung, he’s gonna get stunned. I pity him. mean, he brought this on himself. You don’t mess with Texas and you don’t mess with the Texas Rattlesnake. KO it’s gonna be a long night when you come face to face with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin,” said the WWE legend.
WWE@WWEWhile serving as the honorary pace car driver for @NASCAR earlier today, #WWEHOF Class of 2022 inductee @undertaker was quick to defend Texas and longtime friend @steveaustinBSR while issuing a warning for @FightOwensFight ahead of #WrestleMania!
The Undertaker knows Austin isn’t someone to mess with
The Deadman had his fair share of battles against The Texas Rattlesnake back in the day. The duo go way back and were fierce rivals in USWA in 1990. They feuded on various occasions during the Monday Night Wars as well, in the late 90s.
Their most notable bout was a WWE title match at SummerSlam 1998, which saw Austin successfully defend his championship against The Phenom.WWE@WWE“I can beat you any day of the week, and twice on @WrestleMania Saturday.”
Kevin Owens seems quite confident about getting in Austin’s face at The Show of Shows. It remains to be seen if he ends up regretting his decision when all is said and done.