It Came From YouTube: Ted DiBiase has The Undertaker… or does he?

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Ted DiBiase introduces The (fake) Undertaker on Shawn Michaels’ Heartbreak Hotel complete with overdubbed voice provided by the (real) Undertaker.

As dumb as this whole Undertaker vs. Undertaker angle was, you have to admit that Brian Lee worked really hard to get The Undertaker’s mannerisms and move set down.

And how can you not love Shawn’s Heartbreak Hotel interview set?

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7 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Ted DiBiase has The Undertaker… or does he?"
  1. John says:

    I always thought it was a pretty good gimmick until that freaking terrible Summer Slam match. Good lord what sort of stains could be seen on HBK’s bed if Leslie Nielsen brought an ALS with him during his Undertaker investigation.

  2. Matt Soileau says:

    Yeah, Brian Lee did his best but let’s face it—the gimmick was more than likely designed to last until Taker beat him at Summerslam. At least that’s what it should’ve been.

  3. Wayne says:

    I personally thought this angle was badass when I saw it as a kid. I loved the whole “Where is the Undertaker” and when he came back to fight the fake Undertaker I was giddy with excitement.

  4. Mr. Glen says:

    I enjoyed the bit about HBK talking about the WWF’s ‘soaring ratings’. Shawn in his heart of hearts knew he was lying to himself.

  5. George from Dudleyville, NY says:

    Best thing to come from this had to be the vignettes of “Undertaker Sightings”. Those were so classic. “Primetime” Brian Lee deserved an Emmy award for his performance. Compared of course to the performances by JR’s Diesel & Razor, Festus (Kane), Barry Windham(Sting) and NWO Sting. Doink always worked because of the wrestlers portraying him at least appeared to be the same height and weight (Except Survivor Series with Luke Doink, Butch Doink, Moe Doink & Mabel Doink of course ).

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