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Undertaker turns down the Pit
WWE.com has learned that Undertaker has turned down the opportunity to be on Piper's Pit this Friday night on SmackDown. Speculation is already running rampant as to why the Deadman will not be there.
WWE.com has also confirmed that Daivari and his 7-foot-3 behemoth The Great
Khali will be guests on Piper's Pit in the WWE Hall of Famer's hometown of
Portland, Ore. What will the giant SmackDown Superstar have to say about
his recent domination of the Deadman?
Most recently at Judgment Day, The Great Khali manhandled Undertaker like nobody has ever done before. In fact, the Deadman was so dominated that he laid motionless in the ring following the crushing defeat. In the past, even after losses, Undertaker has always been able to ominously sit up and find his way to his feet. Judgment Day, however, was different. On this night, there was no getting up for the Deadman.
Unfortunately for Undertaker, Judgment Day wasn’t the only time Khali dominated over him. On the Friday after WrestleMania, Daivari led the massive SmackDown newcomer to the ring and demanded he take apart the Deadman. While Undertaker put up a valiant attack, his offense proved to have no effect on Khali. It wasn’t long before the 7-foot-3 behemoth dropped the Phenom with a series of headbutts to the back of the head and a monstrous chop.
Afterwards, The Great Khali boasted that he had broken Undertaker’s spirit. With the way that he has dominated the WWE legend in recent months, few can argue his claim. After such great success over the Deadman, what will The Great Khali and Daivari have to say next? Tune in to Friday Night SmackDown to find out.