The Undertaker Details Heat Received Following WWE Hall Of Fame 2024

The Undertaker Details Heat Received Following WWE Hall Of Fame 2024 WWE

Former multi-time WWE Champion The Undertaker has detailed some heat he received following WWE Hall of Fame 2024.

At the WWE Hall of Fame 2024 event, The Undertaker inducted Muhammad Ali into the class with a speech.

On the latest episode of the Six Feet Under podcast, The Undertaker shared his reaction to some criticism and heat he received following his induction speech at the event. He said:

“I got a little heat from part of the veteran community. Muhammad Ali refused to go into [military service]. He didn’t want to go to Vietnam.”

“He didn’t see why [he should] go 6,000 miles from home and fight somebody he had no [problem with].”

The Undertaker noted that he resented that fact about Ali for years, but also pointed out that Ali was a humanitarian throughout his life, which influenced his decision.

Muhammad Ali was part of the 2024 class with Paul Heyman, Thunderbolt Patterson, Bull Nakano and the U.S. Express team of Mike Rotunda and Barry Windham.

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