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Sport WWE legend on sidelines for Broncos-Cowboys game

21:35  07 november  2021
21:35  07 november  2021 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

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One of the all-time greats in sports entertainment took in a football game on Sunday.

  WWE legend on sidelines for Broncos-Cowboys game © Provided by Touchdown Wire

The Undertaker was prowling the sidelines before the Dallas Cowboys played host to the Denver Broncos.

Prior to becoming an elite pro wrestler, The Undertaker was better known for his basketball prowess than football.


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He attended Waltrip High School, where he was a member of the football and basketball teams.

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In 1985, he enrolled in Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas, where he majored in sport management and played as a center for the Rams in the 1985–1986 season.

Sports entertainment also appeared — on the field this time — in another game — as the Bills’ Stefon Diggs represented All-Elite Wrestling with his cleats.

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Keith Lee on his post-WWE future, says he paid his own medical expenses .
Lee remains mostly positive in this brief Twitter statement, but he does set the record straight on who footed the bill for his health scare earlier this year.While both the tweet and the screenshotted note attached to it are filled with the optimism Lee was known for before his recent company-dictated “Bearcat” transformation, he does use the opportunity to make it clear he was the one footing the bill for ongoing health issues earlier this year:

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