Former WWE Superstar Gabbi Tuft has said that getting to share the ring with The Undertaker & Kane at RAW 1,000 was a childhood dream come true.
On the July 23, 2012 show, Tuft alongside others on the roster were prepared to attack Kane before being thwarted by the Big Red Machine and his legendary brother.
Speaking on a recent edition of the “Talk is Jericho” podcast, Tuft recalled how special it was for her to work with The Undertaker as well as Kane. She said,
“I didn’t get a punch in but I took a couple. I took one from Kane and then I see Taker coming at me and I’m like, ‘Here’s my jaw, just hit me,’ I took a punch from Take and I’m like, ‘Tick that off the list, cool I’m done.’ Then they threw me out and that was it and I’m like, okay cool I can knock that off my childhood dream list.”
“I grew up watching ‘Taker as a kid, I remember as a child being petrified of him when he took his hat off and he rolled his eyes back into the back of his head,” she said. “Taker was like this ominous, looming character I talked to every now and then. I didn’t know whether to call him Mark or ‘Take or like, what do I call him? He’s just so scary.”
Tuft was with WWE from 2008 to 2012 and is a former FCW World Heavyweight Champion and two-time FCW Florida Tag Team Champion.