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Details On The Undertaker Pyro Accident

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15. The Undertaker enters the arena during WWE Smackdown at Acer Arena on June 15, 2008 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Gaye Gerard/Getty Images)
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What EVERContributor IFebruary 24, 2010

The Undertaker recently had a really bad accident at the WWE Elimination Chamber that could have been fatal. He was making his demonic entrance that we all love. We all know the flames that should out of the stage as he was walking out. Well something went horribly wrong and his face was burned. He was forced to run to the ring, and he had water thrown all over him off-camera. When he was in-action you could clearly see the burns. The next night on Raw, he man an appearance to confront The Heartbreak Kid. As he was walking to the ring, the technicians made an obvious change in his famous entrance. NO MORE FLAMES!! Sure, there was flames for a second before he was actually on stage, and once he was like 5 seconds away from the ring, the flames shot up again. Good thing the WWE is making some changes. Otherwise, LAWSUIT!!! While Taker was talking, you could clearly see yellow spots all over his face. And I thought, thank you God, for sparing this poor man's life. Let's just be happy all he suffered was a few minor scars. That could have burned him alive! So thank you WWE for making changes, this man has done so much for you!

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