First We Feast has hosted a number of WWE personalities over the years. The likes of Steve Austin, Chris Jericho and Sasha Banks have all appeared on the show but now, The Undertaker has taken his turn.
Undertaker’s episode of Hot Ones was posted today. For those unaware, the show is your standard Hollywood interview but it has the guest eating extremely spicy wings. The questions may be hot, but the wings are undoubtedly hotter.
The Undertaker discussed a number of topics during the interview, including the evolution of his ring music. He went into great detail about his iconic song as well as entering to Limp Bizkit in the early 2000s. Here is the quote, courtesy of Fightful:
“He [Jim Johnston] had a long run with us and was so creative. What was so good about him is, after he would put something together, he would want your input on it. There was a time where there was a nasty guitar riff, as the character worked and evolved, the ‘dong’ at the beginning is so iconic and everything has to start with that. Then, you can tweak and add things to it as you go along. Jim was really good. I enjoyed working with him and evolving the entrance through the years.”
“When I came out in Seattle to Limp Bizkit, they played me in live. That was pretty charged up. I’d have to go with Kid Rock’s ‘American Badass.’ It was so much energy with that song and me calling myself The American Badass, it just fit perfectly. The lyrics, everything was just spot on.”
You can watch the entire episode below.