Post Malone has set the record for epic entrances at a concert! The alt rapper gave his fans a huge surprise when he got The Undertaker to join him in Austin, Texas. The intro video shows Post Malone bumping into The Undertaker, who then appears to choke-slam him!
Both Post Malone and The Undertaker, real name Mark William Calaway, pulled off a brilliant stunt. Fans cheered them on as the concert went on. At one point, Malone invited the seasoned wrestler up on stage where he was performing with fellow rapper 21 Savage. The three men then put on a show that fans are not likely to forget any time soon!
In fact, they asked for an encore after Malone and Savage finished their performance of the hit song Rockstar. Later, all three men started smashing guitars on stage and generally appeared to be having a lot of fun. The Undertaker had tried to leave the stage but his fans wouldn’t let him and he was called back for a repeat performance.
— TYLER GROS$O (@tylergrosso) June 17, 2018
THE FREAKING UNDERTAKER WAS AT POST MALONES CONCERT pic.twitter.com/b6fYBIuevV
— JAILENE (@Jay_Lenie) June 17, 2018
He’s most likely not a fan of Post (doesn’t seem like his type of music), he probably knows Post is a huge WWE fanatic and figured it would be a win-win for everyone if he did.
— Brightside (@IAmNeomic) June 17, 2018
— Kenton (@TheKentonLane) June 17, 2018
Bruh I would wanna get choke slammed by the undertaker
— JohnnyBoi (@Vader_boi) June 17, 2018
Fans were surprised and happy to see him amidst rumors that he might retire from his wrestling career. This announcement came about in April 2017 after he went head to head in the ring with Roman Reigns. He lost the match and afterwards removed his hat, coat and gloves and walked out of the ring. This had people thinking he might have left wrestling behind.
This was then followed by an announcement in which fans found out he had to have surgery done on his hip. The Undertaker was holding off on this procedure because of his work commitments. There were fans who mused that he might just be waiting so he could retire once and for all. However, the wrestler surprised them all when he booked a match against legend John Cena in 2018. Some fans were disappointed to see him come back as they thought he would have finally gotten some quality time with his family. Others were overjoyed.
They were more than happy to see his return as he made wrestling history against Cena! The Undertaker took him down in under five minutes. He used his signature choke-slam, followed by his deadly finished, the tombstone pile driver. After Cena was done and dusted, The Undertaker’s fans cheered him on. His WrestleMania record is now 24-2.
It is clear that The Undertaker is not going to fade from the scene any time soon. He is still in fun mode; his appearance with Malone has assured fans of that. Malone is lucky he was able to escape the tombstone pile driver himself, although it would have probably been more than entertaining for his fans.
Malone is currently on tour and has been performing with Savage for months.