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WWE star The Undertaker protects wife from shark attack in viral footage

Richard Lee Breslin

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WWE star The Undertaker protects wife from shark attack in viral footage

Featured Image Credit: WWE/Michelle McCool (Twitter)

Inside the ‘squad circle’ there’s perhaps no one more legendary in the world of professional wrestling than The Undertaker.

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The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway began his career in professional wrestling way back in 1987 in WCCW, before making his way to WCW as ‘Mean Mark’ Callous. However, after spending no more than a year in WCW, Calaway was dumped by the organisation, but he was soon picked up by WWF (now WWE), and his life changed forever.

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Calaway made his debut during a November 1990 taping at WWF Superstars, but he made his first televised appearance at the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View of the same month as a mystery partner to Ted DiBiase's "Million Dollar Team”.

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Mark Calaway’s career as The Undertaker would last an illustrious 30 years with the WWF/WWE with the Hall of Famer hanging up his boots befittingly at Survivor Series in November 2020. So surely Calaway will be enjoying retirement and taking it easy, right?

While enjoying the sun and sandy beaches with his wife and former WWE wrestler, Michelle ‘McCool’ Callaway, the former Divas Champion noticed an object in the water that she believed to be vegetation. Upon realising it was a shark, she then sent a text to her husband.

Seemingly not too fazed by the loitering shark, Mrs. Callaway recorded the footage on her phone to share on social media, before her nearly 7ft husband stepped in front of the shark to protect his wife.

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To be honest, it didn't look like there was an immediate threat, but not taking that risk, The Undertaker was willing to chokeslam that shark to hell. Knowing not to mess with the Dead Man, the shark wisely swam away into the sunset. “Guess I wasn't big enough to scare him away, but you are,” said McCool.

In somewhat related news, social media megastar turned WWE Superstar, Logan Paul this week shared a teary video of his proposal to Nina Agdal, while also on holiday.

Topics: Real Life

Richard Lee Breslin
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