Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and WWE Superstar The Undertaker celebrated it in his own special way on Wednesday’s episode of “The Tonight Show.”
The 6’10” wrestling icon joined Jimmy Fallon on the show after a viewer wrote in suggesting that he “come out and Tombstone a guy in a turkey outfit.”
Fallon began explaining to the letter-writer that “at this point it is very late notice and I wouldn’t even know how to contact The Undertaker,” but he was cut off by the professional wrestler’s booming signature music.
As the lights dimmed, his hulking presence entered the stage amidst clouds of dry ice. The Undertaker, whose real name is Mark Calaway, was soon joined by a man in a turkey costume clucking around him.
The feathered fiend was no match for the WWE Superstar, however, and he was soon grabbed upside in a Tombstone Piledriver move and left as motionless as a stuffed holiday bird on the floor.
The Undertaker has been with the WWE since 1990, making the 50-year-old the company’s longest-tenured in-ring performer.
“The Tonight Show” airs at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.