After two decades of honing his ring skills in the second-rate World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), The Undertaker feels he is finally ready for a tryout match with Total Non-Stop Action (TNA) Wrestling.
Like most members of his profession, The Undertaker has been eking out a living in professional wrestling’s little leagues, desperately hoping to be noticed by TNA impresario Dixie Carter.
“I just need a chance to prove myself at TNA,” said the Undertaker, who has generated some minor buzz for a series of victories at WrestleMania (WWE’s low-budget answer to TNA’s Bound for Glory).
“If Dixie would just give me an opportunity, I’m sure I could be TNA champ someday.”
Sadly, only a handful of the world’s top wrestlers ever emerge from the doldrums of WWE to bask in the spotlight of TNA.
Knowing that a TNA contract might not be a sure thing — TNA has not returned his calls — The Undertaker is planning to participate in this summer’s Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) Tournament of Death.