Michelle McCool Reflects on WWE Management’s Directive Banning Women from Punching and Kicking in Matches

Michelle McCool Reflects on WWE Management's Directive Banning Women from Punching and Kicking in Matches

Michelle McCool was interviewed by her husband, The Undertaker, on the Six Feet Under YouTube channel. You should watch the interview. Here’s a few highlights. Watch the video by scrolling down.

“Not only did The Undertaker receive death threats against Michelle McCool, but also some of his fans who believed they were in a marriage with her.” At times, it resembles death threats. The Undertaker’s relationship with me resulted in all my actions and words, not just the work I did. My co-workers didn’t seem to mind, and it was a constant struggle.

McCool was reprimanded for using a DDT on the barrier during sex, which offended Victoria. We were reprimanded for doing that. We had to rematch the match after being informed that our punches looked better than those of the other players, and one of Jericho’s teammates commented that it was only the man’doing that mattered. We suspected they were teasing us. We had to go out, change clothes, get back into gear, and redo the game. It was established that no punches or kicks were allowed.

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