AEW star Keith Lee has opened up about the great career advice he received from soon-to-be WWE Hall Of Famer, The Undertaker.
AEW signee Keith Lee was released from his contract with WWE on November 4th, 2021 with his non-compete clause expiring 90 days later in early February. He made his AEW debut shortly after the clause expired, and competed at Revolution in the Face of the Revolution Ladder Match, which was ultimately won by Wardlow.
Speaking on the AEW Unrestricted Keith Lee discussed receiving some wisdom from WWE icon The Undertaker:
“I am going to take something that I learned from somebody else. That is a man named Undertaker. He told me, years, and years, and years ago. ‘In this life, whatever it is I choose to do, I need to make sure that it means something. Don’t do anything for nothing, always make it mean something.’”
“That is something that I have applied, especially wrestling in the indies. Any match that I’ve had, I’ve tried to make it sure that match meant something special.”
The Undertaker is set to headline the class of 2022 at the WWE Hall Of Fame where he will be inducted alongside the likes of Vader and Queen Sharmell. It was also recently announced that the late Shad Gaspard will be the recipient of the Warrior Award at the ceremony in Dallas, Texas.