The Undertaker has always supported the women's division



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The Undertaker has always supported the women's division

The Undertaker will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself, the right recognition for one of the most iconic superstars ever. The Gravedigger played his last career match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, ​​giving a spectacle despite the outbreak of the pandemic.

Within the docu-series 'The Last Ride', the Deadman admitted that he could no longer sustain the efforts required by professional wrestling and did not want to spoil his image of him. The 'Phenom' officially retired from the 2020 Survivor Series, not before receiving an emotional tribute from lifelong friends.

During his very long adventure in WWE, 'The Big Evil' has always been portrayed as a dark and scary character to fans. Outside the ring, Taker has been described as a kind man and always willing to help others. In the latest edition of 'WWE The Bump', Hall of Famer Trish Stratus highlighted a different side of the Undertaker's character.

Trish Stratus on The Undertaker

"The Undertaker has always been a good friend and supported the women's division whenever he could," revealed Trish. “Although he was very busy both in and out of the ring, he would often watch our matches and give us very useful advice to help us improve.

At the time, the women's division did not have the same importance as it does today, which is why his contribution was really fundamental" - he added. Stratus recalled his first encounter with the Deadman: “When I first saw him, I had not yet entered the WWE universe.

I was attending a talk show and it appeared before my eyes. He knew me because I had appeared in some magazine, I never would have imagined. I couldn't believe the Digger knew my name." Taker recently commented on the changes that have affected NXT: “The Black and Gold brand is a great way to nurture young talents physically and mentally.

The results are there for all to see." WrestleMania 38 is being billed as the most stupendous edition in the event's illustrious history. The star-studded show will conclude with Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar's headlining match on night two.

In the "Winner Take All" contest, both the Universal and WWE titles will be on the line, and one of Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will walk out of AT&T Stadium as the undisputed world champion. The Undertaker is one of the few WWE Superstars who has wrestled Reigns and Lesnar at major premium events.