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When did Kane do the "Whassup" spot against the Dudleys? I remember he was teaming up with his brother The Undertaker and Taker's facial reaction was hilarious when Kane imitated the Dudleys.





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#2 Posted on

    Originally posted by tomvejada
    When did Kane do the "Whassup" spot against the Dudleys? I remember he was teaming up with his brother The Undertaker and Taker's facial reaction was hilarious when Kane imitated the Dudleys.








I think it was last summer when Kane and Taker were burying the rest of the tag team division.



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#3 Posted on

    Originally posted by redsoxnation

      Originally posted by tomvejada
      When did Kane do the "Whassup" spot against the Dudleys? I remember he was teaming up with his brother The Undertaker and Taker's facial reaction was hilarious when Kane imitated the Dudleys.








    I think it was last summer when Kane and Taker were burying the rest of the tag team division.



And not coincidentally burying everything of WCW/ECW origin in the process. 'Taker has shown several times-- recently in the post-Seattle show 'Takerooni ribbing-- that he does, indeed, have a flair for comedy.

Wait, I'm sorry: The MOST recent example would be that he allowed his wife-thing to be mentioned on TV again this week, despite how poorly received she and her storyline were received last time.



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    Originally posted by humanmeal

      Originally posted by redsoxnation

        Originally posted by tomvejada
        When did Kane do the "Whassup" spot against the Dudleys? I remember he was teaming up with his brother The Undertaker and Taker's facial reaction was hilarious when Kane imitated the Dudleys.








      I think it was last summer when Kane and Taker were burying the rest of the tag team division.



    And not coincidentally burying everything of WCW/ECW origin in the process. 'Taker has shown several times-- recently in the post-Seattle show 'Takerooni ribbing-- that he does, indeed, have a flair for comedy.

    Wait, I'm sorry: The MOST recent example would be that he allowed his wife-thing to be mentioned on TV again this week, despite how poorly received she and her storyline were received last time.



Actually, this latest idea was briliance by the Taker, as now both his wife and his future child can go over Lesnar in six seconds.



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Since nobody seems to be able to answer a simple question without throwing out their usual barbs, here's the answer: from the March 1st SmackDown:

Haku gets the choke from Kane - and the chokeslam! D-Von Dudley climbs the top rope instinctively - Kane gives the cockeyed curious face...then goes ahead and spreads the legs for an unusual WAZZUP! Undertaker is all "damn, that boy's *embarrasin'* me."

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It was in March?

Oh, then it's not in my tape collection.

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March 1, 2001, that is. Over a year ago now. How time flies when you're having fun.



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#8 Posted on

    Originally posted by humanmeal

      Originally posted by redsoxnation

        Originally posted by tomvejada
        When did Kane do the "Whassup" spot against the Dudleys? I remember he was teaming up with his brother The Undertaker and Taker's facial reaction was hilarious when Kane imitated the Dudleys.








      I think it was last summer when Kane and Taker were burying the rest of the tag team division.



    And not coincidentally burying everything of WCW/ECW origin in the process. 'Taker has shown several times-- recently in the post-Seattle show 'Takerooni ribbing-- that he does, indeed, have a flair for comedy.

    Wait, I'm sorry: The MOST recent example would be that he allowed his wife-thing to be mentioned on TV again this week, despite how poorly received she and her storyline were received last time.



Well, we're not gonna forget about her - her name is written on his neck, after all.



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