The Undertaker: Suburban Commando Is The Worst Movie Ever, Truly Awful

Many believe The Undertaker just now started breaking kayfabe in the docu-series The Last Ride on WWE Network.

But that's not true.

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The first sign of The Undertaker breaking kayfabe came in Suburban Commando, a 1991 film starring Hulk Hogan. In the film, Undertaker plays a Hutch, a henchman sent to earth to capture and/or kill Shep (Hogan). While on earth, Undertaker casually rolls through a drive-through and speaks in a little girls voice.

Appearing on Cheap Heat with Peter Rosenberg, Undertaker discussed his legendary role in the film.

"They called me and said, 'Hogan is doing this movie in LA, we want you to read for it.' I read for the movie, got the part. Worst movie ever. It was awful. Truly, truly awful. But, that kept me busy for a while."

"Worst movie ever" might be a little harsh when The Marine 6 exists, but Undertaker has the right to his opinion.

Along with Hogan and Undertaker, Suburban Commando stars Christopher Lloyd and Shelley Duvall.

The Distraction reviewed Suburban Commando this past week as part of their weekly Movies Starring Wrestlers review series. You can listen to their review in the video above or by clicking here.

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