WWE Undertaker: Akshay Kumar shares a hilarious post about The Undertaker. Check Here!

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WWE Undertaker: One of Bollywood’s top-star Akshay Kumar took to Twitter yesterday to remind everyone that he has defeated The Deadman Undertaker. On the eve of the 25th anniversary of his movie Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, Akshay took to Twitter and posted a picture reading “Raise your hands if you have defeated The Undertaker!”

In the caption, he wrote,

“A hilarious note to mark 25 years to the release of #KhiladiyonKaKhiladi tomorrow! A fun fact though: it was wrestler Brian Lee who played The Undertaker in the film.” 

Here’s the post,

The post was more of a meme that included Brock Lesnar, Triple H, and Roman Reigns as the established personnel who defeated The Phenom Undertaker.

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In the movie, Akshay Kumar defeated Brian Lee after getting pounded by him in an earlier sequence.

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