The Undertaker had an elongated pro-wrestling career as a WWE superstar. Earlier this month, a day prior to WrestleMania, The Deadman took his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame. Vince McMahon inducted him into the Hall of Fame Class of 2022. After that, The Undertaker gave an incredible speech in which he talked about and thanked his closest friends.
A fan page on Instagram (dailywrestlinghistory) shared a picture of The Undertaker hugging Brian Adams from behind. From the look of The Deadman, the photo is around from the late 90s, mainly between 1995-1999.
The caption for the post was, “Remembering Brian Adams/Crush on what would’ve been his 58th birthday #demolitioncrush #wwecrush #brianadams #theundertaker #thankyoutaker #bonestreetkrew #wwelegends #wwehalloffamer #wwfgoldenera #wwfattitudeera #markcalaway #thelastride #wwesuperstars #wwepics #worldwrestlingfederation #wwelegend”
Fans react to a resurfaced photo of The Undertaker and Brian Adams
Fans quickly shared their reactions to the post. While some were pun-intended, other comments saw fans pay their respects to the legends. The Godfather reacted to the photo as he wrote their backstage group name, “Bsk.”
Franklyonsisherebro said, “This looks like an engagement announcement photo.”
Jamesbradshaw53 said, “That was a great speech the Deadman gave at his induction at the Hall of Fame honoring his memory of Crush.”
Derekintrovert said, “He would of been Great With Undertaker & Kane Faction ! 🎈🎂🍷😢Soo many Gone to Soon! Hope current talent take care of themselves! Wrestling Traveling Working that many days 300 days on the road & the toll it takes on a body RIP MR.Adams.”
Kicksthehabit said, “Let us never forget the commentary while Crush made his debut. 🧠 Bobby The Brain – The best to ever do it.”
Reincarnated_for_bad, “One of the physically strongest men in wwe ever. Gold bless his soul #Crush”
A few days back, it was reported that The Undertaker will be getting his own podcast in the upcoming months. As WWE and Peacock have reportedly convinced The Undertaker to enter the world of podcasting, we will be able to see a new side of The Deadman.
The podcast is said to be similar to Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions.