WWE are celebrating their Women’s History Month this month, and as part of their celebrations, they produced a list which contained ‘the greatest women to capture the championship.’
However, one legendary WWE superstar isn’t happy with it, and they've taken to Twitter to voice their displeasure.
The Undertaker took to his personal social media account to voice his opinion towards his wife Michelle McCool being left out of said list.
The concern towards the list started when Michelle replied to the tweet from WWE containing a link to the list.
She said: "That’d just be silly, huh? Did nothing… I’m just #undertakerswife."
This is before she went on to say: "Real talk-when you’ve put up w/ more in past than anyone would believe (simply b/c I’m the @undertaker wife) have rarely been mentioned for making ANY contribution to the “women’s revolution”- but WOW – not even top 45!"
McCool was signed by WWE back in 2004 and enjoyed a seven-year long career with the company.
She also won four women’s titles and two ‘Slammy Awards’ in that time.
The WWE had obviously realised their mistake and updated their list to feature Michelle McCool, but this wasn’t good enough for husband The Undertaker.
'Taker has been married to McCool since 2010 and showed support for his wife by replying to WWE’s tweet sharing their updated list by saying: "Too little too late… Unbelievable."
Undertaker returned to our screens last week at Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia in a segment with AJ Styles. This is in order to build on their upcoming match at WrestleMania 36.
In this week’s addition of Monday Night RAW, AJ Styles pinned Aleister Black in a fashion that mocked The Undertaker, so one can only assume that another appearance from ‘The Deadman’ can be expected very soon, despite his frustrations towards the company and their treatment of his wife.
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