WWE Legend The Undertaker & His Wife, Michelle McCool, Have Close Encounter With A Shark At The Beach

Undertaker shark

Mark Calaway, AKA The Undertaker, spent a whopping 36 years whoopin’ a** in the ring during his WWE career.

However, now that the man is retired, it appears he’s moved on to sharks.

Back on Sunday, a shark had began making its way uncomfortably close to his wife, Michelle McCool, while the two were vacationing at the beach. So, The Undertaker realized that even the shark would probably be intimidated by his 6’10” height, and he stepped in and made sure the creature didn’t get a foot closer to McCool.

McCool took to social media to discuss the scene:

“I was simply enjoying a book on the beach when this ‘vegetation’ looked a lot like a shark…. so I text hubby The Undertaker

Kinda digging that last picture… A LOT.”

Of course, the obvious response from a number of fans was, did he deliver a tombstone piledriver to the shark? However it appears to be a nurse shark, which for the most part, are pretty harmless to humans.

No harm, no foul.

She also mentioned in a video that she was surprised to see the shark so close to land:

“Guess I wasn’t big enough to scare him away but you are”

McCool had a stint in the WWE herself, joining back in 2004 after participating in the WWE Diva Search, where she began as the character of a personal trainer before becoming the character of a teacher.

She ultimately turned into a two-time WWE Divas champion, and a two-time WWE Women’s champion.

She told the New York Post:

“I was in that in-between era where we had to fight for what we wanted and we got very little at the time, so it was a constant fight.

It makes me proud that we didn’t just fold over. I think we did have a huge part in this whole evolution that happened. Being the first-ever Divas champion, the first one to win the Women’s and Divas championship was really cool.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock