- The Undertaker enjoyed a spectacular career in wrestling spanning to more than three decades
- He won numerous titles during the period, including three WWE Championships and three World Heavyweight Championship
- His last match with Rey Mysterio in 2010 is among the few he remembers poignantly
WWE legendary star The Undertaker has narrated how he suffered a broken nose in the hands of Rey Mysterio during a tense bout back in 2010.
The meeting was among the four the two superstars squared off on WWE television during their illustrious wrestling career.
SunSport reports Taker picked the horror injury midway through their fight on a SmackDown episode.
Speaking during an Instagram Live video, the 55-year-old wrestler revealed the injury left him distraught and never wanted to open up about it.
Bizarrely, Taker - real name Mark Calaway, later picked up his nose to carry on with the fight albeit in pain.
"I sat up and I was like, ‘Wow, I can see my nose,’ because it was over here," he narrated.
"I grabbed my nose, I set my nose back and straightened it out the best I could, but when I got up there was three of them," he added.
But the broken nose and orbital bone coupled with a concussion did not stop the Deadman from winning the match as he went on to stage a dramatic comeback to pin down Rey in under a minute.
"I didn’t need three of him, so I figured I’d go for the one in the middle," Taker said on the remarkable comeback.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that WWE been have been in operation since the global pandemic and Mayor of the Orange County has declared them an essential business.
The pro-wrestling organization have been making use of their performance center located in the state to hold their RAW, SmackDown and recently Wrestlemania 36 events.
And Demings has gone on to defend the WWE on why they have allowed them to stay while other businesses have been shut down.
Legit.ng also reported that World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) have confirmed their first case of the dreaded coronavirus.
A staff member within the company is said to have contracted the virus after coming into contact with two infected healthcare workers.
According to a statement released by WWE, the employee whose identity remains confidential did not expose any other colleague to the virus after being infected.
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