The Undertaker Wasn't A Fan Of Vince McMahon Being Corporate Ministry's Higher Power

Undertaker wasn't a big proponent of Vince McMahon being the higher power

While rumours swirled back in 1999 about who The Higher Power of the Corporate Ministry would be, WWE ultimately decided to unveil Vince McMahon as the faction's leader, disappointing fans in the process.

The Undertaker was the WWE Champion at the time of the unveiling in June and The Phenom admitted to Shakiel Mahjouri of SHAK Wrestling that he wasn't a "big proponent" of McMahon being the higher power. 

"It was a huge storyline. I wasn't a big proponent of the higher power being Vince. I just thought it watered The Ministry down; although, it led to me abducting Stephanie and all of that. It all works out. But, you know, originally I wasn't real thrilled about the Corporate Ministry. That really felt watered down to me. I felt like it kind of took away from what we were doing. Although, as I said, we got it back," Undertaker said.

"But, you know, anytime you can be involved in a storyline with the boss, you know you're going to get a lot of eyes on you. So, yeah, it all worked out."

The Undertaker will be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame as part of the 2022 class on Friday, April 1. 

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