For over three decades, The Undertaker has put his body on the line to entertain fans and has rightfully earned his place as a living legend. His impact on the pro wrestling industry is unparalleled, having persevered through various eras in the business. Despite the physical toll, The Deadman has always delivered memorable performances, making him an enduring figure in the world of professional wrestling. That being said, it seems he was once locked in a bathroom for bullying a former WWE star.
On the other hand, Randy Orton is also one of the most well-respected veterans in the pro wrestling world. He has done a lot for the industry and fans love him for a good reason as well.
That being said, both The Undertaker and Randy Orton had gotten into trouble in the past for their somewhat rash behavior. This is also related to Chad Wicks, who recently shed light on why he locked The Undertaker and several other WWE Superstars in a bathroom.
While speaking on the Cheap Heat Productions Podcast, former WWE Superstar Chad Wicks, who was part of ‘The Dicks’ in WWE, revealed that he once locked The Undertaker, Randy Orton and others in a bathroom for bullying him.
“Chris Benoit, Randy Orton, Undertaker,” he replied when asked which wrestlers he locked in the bathroom. “I think there was like eight or nine different guys. They were all being cr*ppy to me, so when I left the bathroom all of a sudden I saw there was a lock on the outside of the door. I just wanted a little peace and quiet, bro, I honestly did.”
Although the experience was unpleasant, Wicks added that he likely gained respect from the rest of the locker room after he stood up for himself. Regardless, this incident is something The Undertaker and Randy Orton will never forget.
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