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WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker Remembers Owen Hart As They Both Potentially Saved Lives on Ring

The Undertaker (Via WWE)

WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry was renowned for his immense strength in the ring, but backstage, it was his temper that posed a challenge for his fellow talent.

On a recent episode of “Six Feet Under with Mark Calaway,” The Undertaker reminisced about how he and Owen Hart likely prevented many WWE superstars from experiencing a true “Hall of Pain.”

“I’d be at home and my phone would ring, and it would be at night and it would be Mark, and I was like, ‘Oh s***,’ because I knew he was about to kill somebody,” Calaway recounted, highlighting Henry’s infamous tantrums, often triggered by practical jokes.

Mark Henry (Via WWE)

“I bet I’ve got 15 calls through the year with him ready to kill somebody, and somewhere way, way up the totem pole, and I’m like, ‘Mark, I understand, but you — just take a deep breath.'”

Calaway referenced a well-documented incident in 2011 when Vince McMahon had Henry wait alone in the ring for a post-show match, leaving him there for several minutes before he stormed backstage.

Feeling disrespected, Henry threatened to quit but was eventually talked out of it.

Owen Hart (Via WWE)

This incident, though intended as a joke, inspired Vince to develop the “Hall of Pain” persona for Henry, who went on to win the World Heavyweight Championship.

While Calaway did not go into specifics, he concluded by noting that many people owe their well-being to himself and Owen Hart, hinting that “The King of Harts” occasionally had to help calm down “The World’s Strongest Man.”

Harshad Patel

Written by Harshad Patel

Harshad Patel, a passionate and zealous blogger, writes about WWE with an unmatched fervor. With a writing style that is as dynamic as the wrestling matches he covers, Harshad captures the essence of WWE through his insightful analysis.

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