This is adorable and hilarious all at once (Photo: WWE)
When your dad’s The Undertaker, it’s probably only right you dress up as the WWE legend at least once for Halloween.
Thankfully, little Kaia – whose mum is Michelle McCool, who helped define an era of women’s wrestling – decided to do the right thing and recreate her father’s iconic look.
Wearing an all black outfit and a giant Undertaker mask, she looked the part as she posed at the family’s home for the spookiest day of the year.
In one brilliant snap, she can be seen grabbing her dad – who, sadly, wasn’t in his full get-up – as if she’s about to hit one of his signature Chokeslams.
Although it might seem like a sweet tribute, the costume choice comes just after she apparently suggested the Dead Man isn’t actually famous anymore.
Recalling the exchange, Michelle wrote: ‘Kaia:”I want to wear my costume from last year to the tennis costume contest!”
‘Me: ”you mean the one you lost in last year?!? You should dress up as your daddy, we’ve got everything you need!”
‘Kaia: ”SERIOUSLY? NOBODY even knows who he is” (said straight faced & dead serious)! (sic)’
This all comes as WWE is paying tribute to Undertaker in the build up to Survivor Series, which will mark three decades since his debut.
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The WWE Network is currently airing 30 Days of the Dead Man, with a new documentary piece dropping each week giving fans an insight into one of wrestling’s most mysterious characters.
Meanwhile, Survivor Series itself – which is coming on November 22 – will honour Taker’s career.
Taker made waves on the company’s streaming platform earlier this year with the Last Ride documentary, and he dropped a bombshell in the final episode as seemingly confirmed his retirement.
He said: ‘I believe I’m at a place now, post-Boneyard – which was a hellacious battle against one of the best in the business [AJ Styles]. Here you are, climbing on your motorcycle and taking off.
‘There was a lot of thought and a lot of emotion, one of those being, “Are you happy enough with that?” It was a powerful moment. You don’t necessarily always get those. If there was ever a perfect ending to a career, that right there was it.’
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