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How does the Undertaker roll his eyes back in his head?

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Answered 2011-04-05 22:37:35

He looks up and keeps rolling them. It takes practice and also puts a lot of pressure on your eyes. I suggest you not do this to yourself . But if you are a wrestler than you can do it. I don't care because it is your life not mine. I just don't want you to be in the hospital from doing that!

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