During a recent appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience, The Undertaker criticised WWE's current product and said, "there's too much pretty and not enough substance." This isn't the only thing in modern WWE The Phenon seems to have a problem with, though, and he later told Rogan that he prefers past eras "when men were men."
During a discussion of the Slap Heard Round The World, 'Taker said: "That era of guys too, those were men. You go to a dressing room nowadays it's a lot different. I remember walking into my first real dressing room and I saw some crusty f*****g men, right. Like half of them had guns and knives in their bags and, you know, s**t got handled back then. Now you walk in, you know, there's guys playing video games and f*****g, you know, making sure they look pretty... It's evolution, I guess. I don't know what it is but I just prefer, I don't know, I just liked those eras, man. I liked that when men were men."
Soon after The Undertaker's comments, Xavier Woods did not mention him by name but his tweet appeared to be a response to The Deadman.
Woods wrote: "I wouldn't be the person that I am without the guidance and lessons of a few key people from the previous generation of wrestling. They taught me about the business, to save my money, & that having video games in the locker room is healthier than having [redacted]. Thank you guys."