The Undertaker, or at least his verified Twitter account, isn't happy with how WWE handled a gallery of women's champions and the omission of Michelle McCool.
Earlier in the day, WWE posted a gallery that featured several female champions, but did not include McCool, a multi-time WWE Divas and Women's Champion and Undertaker's wife. McCool took offense to the omission, going to Twitter to react about it.
Real talk-when you’ve put up w/ more in past than anyone would believe(simply b/c I’m the @undertaker wife)have rarely been mentioned for making ANY contribution to the “women’s revolution”-but WOW-not even top 45!#zerotalent #undertakerswife #laycoolwho #hadtospeak #stillblessed https://t.co/0VY7QyUALV— Michelle McCool (@McCoolMichelleL) March 3, 2020
For record....not a shot at ANY girl on this list! Respect to all....just felt the urge to speak up & remind all to “know your worth!” Don’t let ANYONE tell you differently! Afterthought? Nobody? NOPE....you ARE WORTHY! #realtalk #stillundertakerswife -- pic.twitter.com/dI3ayZeNYo— Michelle McCool (@McCoolMichelleL) March 3, 2020
Soon afterwards, WWE posted an update to the gallery, tweeted about it again and directly tweeted at McCool to let her know she is in the latest version. The Undertaker's Twitter account noticed the change and tweeted displeasure over the fact that McCool was not included in the first place.
Too little too late...unbelievable!!— Undertaker (@undertaker) March 3, 2020
The Undertaker has verified social media accounts, but rarely is there activity on the accounts. The last time Undertaker's Twitter account posted something was September 2019 and the last time before that was April 2019.
The Undertaker recently appeared at WWE Super ShowDown, pinning AJ Styles to win the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet Match.