born2teach wrote:I have to remind myself to find those pictures, unless I have them saved somewhere on my computer. I'm in college right now and currently doing my teaching clinicals so I'm swamped, but I promise to show you guys whatever I find and soon. This weekend I will probably have some time!
born2teach wrote:I met The Undertaker in March of 2003, in Chicago at the Allstate Arena. He was there promoting Smackdown! I think, because I went to the show a few days later for my birthday "party." Anyways, I was obsessed with The Undertaker at that time (I was only 14 when I met him, I think). I went through some really bad stuff in high school, and watching Taker and Sara on t.v. really helped me escape and feel happy.
There were all these things I wanted to tell him, and things I wanted to tell Sara as well. So I wrote him a letter. We stood out in the freezing cold for several hours (the weather and waiting time was SO much nicer when I met Triple H last year, hehe), and then finally we were inching to the doors where Taker was inside, signing the autographs. I must have gotten really nervous and/or excited then because I came REAL close to puking outside of the doors Luckily I didn't though, and my mom, my friend Kelsey, and I all went in. There was this adorable little boy and his father in front of us, and they met Taker first. It was so cute seeing Taker around that little boy. You can tell he loves kids! But when I realized I was just seconds away from meeting my hero, I started crying.When it was my turn to meet him...I went up to the table, more calm than before, and I remember standing there with my mouth hanging open like 'I can't believe I'm standing before The Undertaker.'
Let me tell you, he was larger than life! My mom said afterward, "He's huge! I couldn't believe the size of his head!" Anyways, he looked up at me and said "Hi." I sort of stuttered a starstruck "H-hi.." and he signed my magazine. Then I gave him the letter and said "Here, I uh..this is for you." He smiled at me (the nicest smile ever!) and said "Oh, thank you. Thank you, I appreciate it!" and then we said goodbye I think...then I went and joined my mom while Kelsey was meeting Taker after me, and my mom was standing with a security worker.
They were talking (about me, I could tell) and as soon as I came over to them, I just started bawling. It hit me I guess that I had just met one of the most important people ever to me. The gaurd thought it was so cute. (Gosh, I was such a teeny bopper! LOL) I know I have pictures in my room somewhere from that day, and one blown up pic of me standing at the table with Taker, so maybe I can try and scan them to show you guys. But that was my wonderful experience of meeting the Undertaker...a dream come true. Who knew I would meet another "man of my dreams" (Triple H) just 3 years later!
Phenom 316 wrote:i would say over the years have he been thinking about writing a book
SiNA BaBa wrote:....I am the only person who watches wrestling in my country.
SiNA BaBa wrote:I haven't seen much people watching wrestling in Turkey.One day I will make all wrestlers come to Turkey.
Maybe I can speak to Undertaker that day.
Buddyclown wrote:"What would you do if I back-handed you on the face and ran off with your hat?"
I already know what fan-friendly things I'd like to say to him but just WHAT IF I had the guts to go further? What's he gonna do, threaten a 5'0" tall girl?
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