It Came From YouTube: Booker T’s stupid voodoo quest to defeat The Undertaker

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Halloween is just around the corner, and what better time than now to feature this 2004 storyline (recapped in this Judgement Day promo) where Booker T. visited a psychic (!), and a graveyard (?!) in order to learn the secrets of how to defeat The Undertaker?

Oooo, spooky…

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8 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Booker T’s stupid voodoo quest to defeat The Undertaker"
  1. ScMcS says:

    I swear, this site could put a lock where only Undertaker related topics would be allowed, and there would be enough material to tide us over for at least 5 years. I completely forgot this angle happened, and just reading about the build brings the memories back for how stupid it was.

  2. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    This seriously needs an induction. Wasn’t it a Gooker nominee at some point?

  3. Bone White says:

    I feel like waving back to that little hand at the end

  4. John says:

    I put dee curse on you Booker T dat one day you will turn into a mush mouthed announcer. When you take ta dirt from daa grave your tongue become tied and daa words you say will not have any meaning. It is like listening to daa old days of Pete Doherty and Mike McGuirk doing daa Z shows. You are cursed boy if you dig dat sucka!!!!!!!!!!

  5. twilite_rider says:

    You know how there are no new ideas out there now. Books and movies seem to be the same over and over again. Well this is what happened to this storyline. The first time they did it, it was back in the early 90s. Undertaker was still new and Booker T was still in the team of Harlem Heat. Cue Ultimate Warrior. Cue his opponent Papa Shango. Cue Shango’s voodoo doll and you have Ultimate Warrior wretching all over a referee. Supposedly they thought this was good TV at the time because this came about few years before Mark Henry and Mae Young had sex and a glove for a baby.

  6. 80's Guy says:

    That was actually a pretty damn cool recap.

  7. Sean says:

    Such a crappy angle, like Booker’s storyline with the Boogeyman.

  8. s1mon86 says:

    Is it just me or was 2004/2005 the worst time period for the Undertaker?

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