The Useless Man took out the Geordie duo (Image: WireImage; ITV)
The 90s was a wild time – and also you want no additional proof than this clip of The Undertaker beating up Ant and Dec on Gimme 5.
WWE’s resident Useless Man appeared on the ITV Saturday morning present alongside his supervisor Paul Bearer to advertise the corporate’s annual UK tour in 1994, and he received to grips with future British tv royalty.
‘He’s greater, meaner and stronger and hairier,’ Dec admitted.
Sounding a bit involved, Ant added: ‘It’s like wrestling a home.’
The duo even namedropped some wrestling strikes together with a forearm smash and Boston Crab, earlier than the Phenom appeared and despatched them working.
Undertaker and Paul Bearer then sat down for a short interview to advertise the upcoming SummerSlam pay-per-view and UK dates.
The Useless Man received requested for his ideas on Ant and Dec, however merely repeated their names, smashed a desk and headed on the warpath.
Paul Bearer directs visitors (Image: ITV)
The duo have been seen ending a online game phase when ‘Taker loomed over with Eye of the Tiger baring out, destroying the haystack they have been sat on and grabbing them each by the scruff of their necks.
He dragged them over to the bouncy fortress ring, lobbing them in and proving why Saturday morning telly actually was the perfect.
This month, WWE followers are getting ready to say goodbye to The Undertaker with the legend’s ‘remaining farewell’ set for Survivor Collection on November 22.
The Useless Man introduced his retirement earlier this 12 months, and to celebrate his career BT Sport has announced a whole week of Undertaker coverage honouring the Phenom.
The week of content material will kick off on November 16, and run till the Sunday night time main into Survivor Collection itself, which shall be accessible on the WWE Community and BT Sport Field Workplace.
Viewers shall be handled to footage from The Last Ride documentary series, which aired earlier this 12 months and ended with the epic bombshell that Undertaker was calling time on his legendary profession.
The Phenom’s first interview with on “Stone Chilly” Steve Austin’s Damaged Cranium Classes may also get an airing earlier than they get collectively once more on November 22 for an additional in-depth chat.
After the success of the primary What Went Down particular – which noticed Triple H and Stephanie McMahon break down their WrestleMania 34 match towards Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey – followers shall be handled to a different version.
This time, the programme with concentrate on The Undertaker and Triple H’s memorable Hell In A Cell Match from WrestleMania 28, which featured Shawn Michaels because the particular visitor referee.
As if that wasn’t sufficient, BT Sport may also be broadcasting a few of ‘Taker’s most iconic bouts each night time of the week.