– After wrestling last Saturday at Madison Square Garden, The Undertaker made his second public appearance in less than a week on Friday at a Harlem Globetrotters game in Cedar Park, Texas. “The Deadman” sat courtside with his wife, Michelle McCool, and “assisted” the Globetrotters in their halftime performance (as seen in the video below).
— Harlem Globetrotters (@Globies) July 14, 2018
The Globetrotters’ Tay “Firefly” Fisher met Undertaker after the game.
Everyone knows I am a huge WWE fan and this photo is by far the best. I have performed in front of thousands of people in my life and met a lot of cool people. Other than @shaq, The Undertaker is by far the coolest person I have met. He was up on his feet throughout the entire game enjoying us with his family. He is my top 5 WWE superstars of all time (well that's my opinion). After the game he said, "Firefly you have the best handlings that I've seen." I took Kane's spot for the brothers of destruction (Swipe) 👍🏽👍🏽😉😂
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– Former WWE/WCW wrestler Sean “X-Pac” Waltman turned 46 years old on Friday.
In honor of his birthday, the official Instagram account for the WWE Network posted this clip of Waltman’s WCW debut on September 16, 1996, where he was shown sitting in the front row for a live episode of WCW Monday Nitro.
Later that night, Waltman stood and used a remote control to release New World Order (nWo) propaganda from the ceiling, revealing himself as the newest member of the recently formed faction. As the sixth member of the nWo, he became Syxx. WCW based his ring name on six being the sum of numbers of his name in the World Wrestling Federation, 1–2–3 Kid.