Former WWE star who sprung huge shock by beating The Undertaker shows off stunning body transformation | The Sun

EX-WWE star Oleg Prudius has undergone a dramatic body transformation since his professional wrestling days.

The Ukrainian-American debuted in the ring in 2008 under the name Vladimir Kozlov.

At the height of his career, he even beat The Undertaker but failed in a world championship run.

In later years, Prudius would join Santino Marella in a comedy double act, even winning tag-team titles.

Eventually, he left the WWE in 2011 and has spent the last decade acting in movies and undertaking stuntman roles.

It has seen him completely change his body, now becoming ripped and far more muscular.

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Prudius shared the ring with WWE royalty during his career, including current executive Triple H.

And one house show between the tour on tour landed tag duo Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins in trouble with The Undertaker.

Taker – real name Mark Calaway – did not take well to the pair looking at their phones during the headline.

Ryder said on the MC! True Long Island Story podcast in 2021: "It was overseas, we were in Mexico. I believe the main event was Vladimir Kozlov vs Triple H.

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"It’s like the last night of the tour, so how many times have I seen this match?

"All the boys are sitting, watching the monitor and Hawkins and I are on our phone. Hawkins claimed he was just checking the time in this exact instance.

"The Undertaker gives the ‘Undertaker head snap’. Basically, you know, ‘disrespectful for being on your phone bla bla’, and he’s pretty p****d. I’m like ‘OK, this is The Undertaker, locker room leader, p****d!'

Cardona continues: "Mark Henry pulls us aside, he says ‘Go up to Taker, you need to apologise’ and I’m like ‘OK, you’re absolutely right’, so Hawkins and I pull him aside, we apologise and he’s super cool about it.

"He’s super cool because we were really respectful, but he’s like ‘you really need to apologise to the guys in the main event’, so I’m like ‘okay so we’ll apologise to Vladimir Kozlov’, I don’t even know if we did."

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