In WWE, The Undertaker was known to be a locker room leader. The Undertaker was also the leader of the Bone Street Krew, a group of friends who hung out backstage together. The other two members were Henry O. Godwin and Mideon.
In an interview with Monte and Pharoah, Mideon, real name Dennis Knight, recalled a fight between Viscera and The Deadman. Viscera briefly reigned as King Mabel in the mid-1990s after winning the 1995 King of the Ring. Viscera injured Godwin during the 1996 Royal Rumble Match.
“I go to the Royal Rumble and the first thing I see is Viscera dropped on him [Henry O. Godwinn] and hurt him,” Mideon explained. When I walk into the locker room, Undertaker is tearing him apart because he broke ‘Taker’s orbital socket, injured Kevin Nash’s back, and just hurt him [Henry O. Godwinn]. Taping the fists up is his thing when he wants people to take him seriously, as he did with Stone Cold and Shawn [Michaels].”
In an interview with Monte & The Pharaoh, Mideon shared his experience and recalled those days when he was in the ring and doing things as a wrestler which was one of the goals of being a WWF (WWE was then called WWF) superstar.
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