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The Undertaker – ‘Tour Buses Are Helping WWE Superstars’ Longevity’



The Undertaker believes tour buses are giving WWE Superstars longer careers.

On the most recent edition of his “Six Feet Under” podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer commented on whether the talent still gathers in the locker room, why tour buses have made it easier for talent to take care of themselves, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On if talent still gathers in the locker room: “There’s a lot of talent buses, you got crew buses. Hell, there’s 30 semis full of their sets… I don’t think so. I mean, why would you, really? Yeah, I mean, there is something to camaraderie and all of that.”

On his own time on tour busses: “I would have had higher quality matches, I would have I think I mean, even I lasted for as long as I did. I think I might have even lasted longer if I had been able to take that kind of care of myself. The struggle for me those last seven-eight years, it was just health. There was nothing really that happened or could happen that I didn’t feel I had a grasp on how to handle it or how to make it work. That part was second nature at that point, but physically trying to perform and keep myself at a level where I could perform… If I got on the bus sooner, and maybe slept a few more nights in the 90s? [joking] Hell, I might be still wrestling right now. Yeah, at a high level. It would have helped, but the 90s, I started in a hole.”

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