On this date in WWF history: Tracy Dali accuses The Undertaker of infidelity

He may be the dead man, but according to Tracy Dali, the "American Badass" still had some life left in him somewhere.

On Oct. 10, 2002, during an angle of monumental stupidity, the WWE creative team almost did what no wrestler ever could: Kill The Undertaker.

That's because someone, somewhere, thought it was a good idea to have Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman, who were feuding with "Big Evil," try to get inside his head by bringing the B-movie actress onscreen to accuse him of cheating on his wife Sara, who was back at the funeral parlor pregnant with little evil.

Further proof that just because it's old, doesn't make it classic.

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