Video: The Undertaker tombstones man in turkey suit on The Tonight Show

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Having spent over four decades in professional wrestling, there aren't many 'firsts' for The Undertaker at this stage of his career.

Last night, though, the veteran WWE Superstar did manage to tick something off his bucket list - an appearance on NBC's 'The Tonight Show.'


And, as you might expect from The Phenom, his first ever appearance on the famous late-night talk show wasn't exactly understated. Then again, when something involves a man in a turkey suit being Tombstoned they very rarely are.


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A man of few words, The Deadman was straight down to business when he interrupted host Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night's show to fulfill the strange request of one viewer:

Fellow WWE Superstar Brad Maddox was the unfortunate victim, and he never stood a chance one 'Taker caught sight of him! So close to Thanksgiving too, there must be turkeys across the country dreading hearing the infamous gong.

Challenge ahead

The Undertaker may have made light work of his 'poultry' opponent on 'The Tonight Show', but the veteran has biggest obstacles to overcome in the next few weeks.

With the Undertaker and Kane vs The Wyatt Family match at Survivor Series set to be announced on tonight's SmackDown broadcast, the 50-year-old is in for a tough night come November 22.

If he is able to unleash a tombstomb on one of the Wyatt's at Survivor Series, however, he stands with a good chance of leaving the PPV victorious.

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