Undertaker Reportedly Starting His Own Podcast On Peacock Network
The Undertaker is reportedly working with WWE on a podcast that will air on Peacock and be produced in a similar fashion to Broken Skull Sessions.
For fans who are happy The Undertaker is finally starting to talk about his life, his wrestling career and open up about everything in between, news that he’s about to get his own podcast should be exciting. That it’s expected to be formatted in much the same way Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions has been produced is even more intriguing.
The WWE Universe watched as Mark Calaway (The Undertaker) gave a 30-minute speech and accepted his spot in the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame. Many were likely shocked to see and hear how eloquent a speaker he is and some were even more shocked that his speech came off like a motivational guru giving life lessons, highlighted by his “three mental moments” theme. It’s not clear if any new show involving Calaway would be produced similarly, but @WrestleVotes has reported, “In a show similar to that of Broken Skull Sessions, Peacock & WWE have convinced The Undertaker to enter the podcasting world.” They add, “Source states his new show should begin airing within the next few months. A fascinating concept that was unfathomable just a few years back.”
In a show similar to that of Broken Skull Sessions, Peacock & WWE have convinced The Undertaker to enter the podcasting world. Source states his new show should begin airing within the next few months. A fascinating concept that was unfathomable just a few years back.— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) April 11, 2022
The reason it was seen as unfathomable was that Taker spent decades keeping his life as a WWE Superstar private. He was one of the firmest believers in kayfabe (keeping in character) and only until recently when his “Last Ride” documentary was filmed did he start letting fans behind the curtain. Now, it appears he’s going all-in on sharing everything.
What Will He Talk About?
One of the things fans have loved so much about Austin’s podcasts is how prepared he seems to be when it comes to his guests. Is Undertaker going to take a different approach? Will he interview many of the same people? What will they talk about?
Taker has been criticized in the past for perhaps not adapting to the new-school style of wrestling. At the same time, he’s known in the industry as a man who can be a true teacher and that young, up-and-coming stars should have a pad of paper ready when he starts talking.
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