Former adult movie actress Jenna Jameson says she used to hang out with Undertaker as a teen and recalls how the former champ threatened to “beat the f**k” out of a guy for chatting her up. She also talks of her fears that the WWE Deadman might kidnap her.
Jenna Jameson: “The Undertaker was going to beat the f**k out of him and kidnap me.”
In her autobiography, ‘How to Make Love Like a Porn Star’, Jenna Jameson revealed that The Undertaker used to hang around with her when he was on the road in Las Vegas. Jameson was 16 years old at the time.*
Jameson would watch on with shyness as the wrestling star visited the tattoo parlor she worked at. Supposedly they ended up hanging out and became good friends.
Jenna Jameson proved to be the perfect gullible mark for kayfabe. “Undertaker was one of the biggest WWF wrestlers at the time. He would put people in coffins and set them on fire in the ring. And the scary thing is, that character he played was not an act,” she detailed in her book.
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Later on, she talks about a time he came to one of her shows and chased off a guy who was trying to buy her a drink, “You can get me a shot of Jaeger, and you can get yourself a shot of shut-the-f**k-up,” he apparently barked at Jameson’s suitor.
The Deadman then tried to woo Jenna, telling her, “I’m going to kick your boyfriend’s a$$ and take you away with me.”
She recalls, “I knew he was serious. I ran upstairs and told Jordan we had to leave because this guy was going to beat the fuck out of him and kidnap me.
“I never saw him again.”
The Undertaker has never publicly acknowledged this story from Jameson’s book.
On a related note, Sean Waltman has claimed in shoot interviews that he once slept with Jenna Jameson after being introduced by former WCW commentator Mark Madden after a show. You can take that random fact and do with it what you’d like!
* It’s important to note that the age of consent in Nevada has been 16 years old since before 1979.
This story was one of many included in our long-form piece entitled, UNDERTAKER: Obscure Stories on the Often Veiled WWE Deadman.
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