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The director of Ric Flair 30 for 30 has the best Undertaker story


Since it’s premiere on Tuesday night Ric Flair’s ‘Nature Boy’ 30 for 30 has been widely praised by fans and critics alike. Director Rory Karpf, who has directed other ESPN documentaries ‘I Hate Christian Laettner’ and ‘Book of Manning’, had the task of encapsulating Flair’s entire 40 year career into a single 90 minute film.

In the days following the 30 for 30 release Karpf has dropped a lot of nuggets of info about the making of the movie. Karpf and his production crew interviewed a ton of wrestlers for project including the Undertaker.

This tiny tidbit of Undertaker insight is almost too much to handle.

Like could Karpf dedicate an entire new 30 for 30 documentary just around this single tweet of information?

The ‘Nature Boy’ was great and all but how does the Undertaker take his coffee? Cream? Sugar? Both?!?!

What snacks did the Undertaker bake for the crew?

We have to know.

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