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Omos: Undertaker Is My Wrestling Dad, He Hasn’t Spanked Me Yet

Omos calls The Undertaker his wrestling dad.

The Undertaker has praised Omos in the past, as he has praised the giant’s potential. He previously compared Omos to Andre the Giant and stated that he was special.

Speaking with Steve Fall for Ten Count Media, Co, Omos was asked about The Undertaker’s praise. He made it clear that it meant a lot to him, and he called the legend his wrestling dad.

“I’ve been very, very fortunate that someone that I hold in very high regard in The Undertaker has showered me with such praise,” Omos said. ” I don’t take that very lightly because I know what that means, and I know what he sees for me. I just hope that I can live up to the expectations he’s setting up for me, and hopefully I can make him proud because Undertaker is like my wrestling dad.”

When asked whether “The Phenom” has spanked him, Omos noted that he hasn’t done anything to deserve it yet.

“Lucky for me, I haven’t done anything that would warrant any spanking as it pertains to wrestling,” Omos said.

Omos On Being A Giant In The Wrestling World Today

Omos then provided some advice for prospective giants in the wrestling world today. He highlighted the importance of studying past greats. The legend also emphasized how durability and mobility are key traits.

“For someone who is an aspiring giant, I think my first thing I’ll say is learn as much as you can about wrestling and about all the giants, from Mark Henry, Undertaker, Kane, Big Show, ‘Big Cat’ Ernie Ladd, Bobo Brazil, Yokozuna, Andre the Giant, the Big Show,” Omos said. “Bam Bam Bigelow. Just study those guys and get a true estimate of what it takes to be a big man. In studying all those guys, you can figure out yourself and what you want to showcase in the ring.

“The second is, for someone who’s a giant, being athletic is a must, as well as having the durability and mobility to do what we do. What we do requires a lot of durability because we’re telling stories that span two months or six months. Your body has to be able to perform at a high level during those times in your storyline. The most important thing is durability and mobility.”

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