In a new interview with Yahoo Sports, former WWE star Mike Berry discusses the challenges of his decision to stop acting, his time in WWE, and what it’s like to be a sponsor.
Berry first made headlines for his role in the 2006 reboot of “The Undertaker” as the masked villain The Undertaker.
But the character became a fan favorite after being featured on the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s March issue, and he’s remained in the WWE ever since.
Berry has remained involved in WWE since its inception, but in his new interview he talks about the different challenges that come with becoming a professional wrestler.
“I’m a WWE star now, but I’m not a professional athlete,” Berry told Yahoo Sports.
“I’m not trying to get a paycheck.
I’m trying to help this company succeed and have fun.”
Berry’s experience in the pro wrestling world has given him a unique perspective on the business, but he also speaks about the importance of a good fan base.
“Fans love to support WWE, so that’s where the business comes from,” he said.
“But that’s not the only reason why people love to see a brand like this succeed.
That’s the most important reason.”
Berry, who is currently a guest commentator for the WWE Network, also talks about his favorite moments in WWE history.
He’s currently in the process of working on his autobiography, and is currently working on a documentary about his career.