Enzo Amore's particular question about The Undertaker's career

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Enzo Amore's particular question about The Undertaker's career

The Undertaker was perhaps the most legendary character to ever set foot in WWE. During his 30-year career, the Deadman has taken part in countless iconic feuds that have stuck in the minds and hearts of fans. Over the past few years, his appearances in the ring have become increasingly sporadic due to his deteriorating physical condition.

Within the docu-series 'The Last Ride', the Digger admitted that his body was no longer able to withstand the efforts required by professional wrestling. After playing his last match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, the 'Phenom' has announced his final retirement from the scene.

Taker received a beautiful tribute from friends and colleagues at the 2020 Survivor Series, where his glorious epic began 30 years earlier. Former WWE Superstar Enzo Amore recently reacted to Nia Jax's amusing tweet about her release.

The tweet has now received a response from another ex-WWE star, Enzo Amore. Fans of Amore are aware that he was once involved in an on-screen romantic angle with Nia Jax. Here's the exchange: "First she broke my arm, then she dragged me out of the business @QoSBaszler," wrote Nia Jax.

Enzo Amore on The Undertaker

Recently, former WWE superstar Enzo Amore used his Twitter account to ask a question regarding The Undertaker's career. "That you know, The Undertaker has ever won a match thanks to a roll-up?" - asked Enzo.

With very few exceptions, the Gravedigger has always been presented as a babyface in front of television screens. The WWE Universe tends to consider the 'roll-up' as a maneuver typical of heel characters. Interviewed by the 'Dallas Morning News' in recent days, Taker answered some questions about his wife Michelle McCool.

"Can I let off steam? I believe he is one of the least recognized superstars in WWE history. She fought so hard to get women to where they are now. Women have more or less the same status as men right now, they also attended the WrestleMania main event.

When Michelle was in WWE, she fought for women to get proper credit. At the same time, she never used me to ask Vince McMahon for favors or anything like that. She has always managed alone. I would like people to realize all this since her name is too often mistreated”.

The angle continued over the next several weeks on the red brand. Jax opened up further and asked Enzo if she could talk to him privately. She later slid into Amore's Twitter DMs and things seemingly got more serious between the two.

On the December 25, 2017, episode of RAW, the unusual couple was about to get cozy for the first time when Alexa Bliss appeared out of nowhere and dragged her friend away from the spot.