"Most random picture I have ever seen": Fans react to WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker's snap with Vanderbilt HC Clark Lea

Clark Lea, The Undertaker
Clark Lea went viral on social media for his snap with the Undertaker. (Instagram/ Clark Lea)

Clark Lea took a snap with Undertaker and it has become an instant hit in the college football world. He shared the photos on both his Instagram and X handles, thanking the wrestling legend for stopping by.

The Commodores are preparing for the upcoming 2024 schedule after a disastrous 2023 season. Coach Lea would want to redeem himself after failing to win a single conference game last year. Between all the preparation and practice schedule, he met with The Undertaker in his office in Nashville, Tennessee.

Here are the snaps shared by the Vanderbilt Commodores head coach Clark Lea from his run-in with the wrestling legend.

“Thanks for stopping by Undertaker,” he wrote in the caption of the posts on both X and Instagram.

The college football world was quick to react to the surprise meeting between the two. Most of the fans were happy to see the duo together but some were surprised by the unexpected encounter. A couple of fans even suggested that the WWE legend might have been there mistakenly. Here are a few reactions.

“UT’s coach could never,” a fan said.
“2 of my favs!!!” another fan said.
“His ass thinks he’s at Villanova probably,” one fan said.

Here are some of the reactions from Clark Lea's Instagram post.

Some reactions from Instagram.
Some reactions from Instagram.

Mark Callaway, popularly known as The Undertaker, retired from WWE in 2020 after 30 years in the ring. While the reason for his visit to Vanderbilt remains unknown, it surely made the day for many of the program fans.


Clark Lea strengthening the Vanderbilt squad after 2023 disaster

Vanderbilt football program has had a significant overhaul since the end of the 2023 season. The Commodores have added more than 17 players to the roster, strengthening the team while addressing the depth issue. According to head coach Clark Lea, they still aren't done with the changes in Nashville.

“We’re addressing what we feel like is depth concern in the front end. There will be some addition of offensive skill (positions), too, which will be important,” Lea told On3.

The Commodores won just two games in the entire 2023 season, with none of them coming against an SEC opponent. Since taking over in December 2020, Clark Lea has won just nine games with the team. The number of losses have been threefold that number.

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