The Undertaker has made the history of this business, having personally contributed to spreading the WWE product to every corner of the planet. A little over two years ago, the Digger faced AJ Styles in a 'Boneyard Match' at WrestleMania 36.
The meeting was set up within a few months, but it still gave a great show. Their feud began after the 'Phenom' won over AJ in the 'Tuwaiq Mountain Trophy' Subsequently, Taker intervened during Styles' match against Aleister Black at Elimination Chamber.
The two wanted to perform at the 'Showcase of the Immortals' in front of the audience for special occasions, but the outbreak of the pandemic has turned the tables upside down. WWE was forced to host the biggest event of the year behind closed doors, while Styles and Undertaker gave birth to a cinematic match that wowed fans from home.
Shortly before WrestleMania 38, Taker was inducted with full merit into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself.
Update on The Undertaker's future
During a recent interview with 'Bleacher Report', The Undertaker spoke of his possible return to the ring in the future: "During the Hall of Fame ceremony, I said the sentence: 'Never say never'
What did I mean? I simply have accomplished my mission and I don't know what I will do in the next few years. I have no plans to step into the ring in the future, but surprises are always around the corner in WWE." Taker also received some criticism for his speech: “I gave an honest speech, in which I said everything I wanted to say.
I am aware that I have not mentioned all the athletes who have been important to my career, but it was not possible for reasons of time. I decided to focus mainly on Shawn Michaels and Triple H. Some people have criticized me for not mentioning Mick Foley, but I have talked about him many times over the years.
I love it, I'm serious." The Deadman currently doesn't intend to step back into the squared circle again, but given the uncertain nature of the industry, nothing can be said for sure. Many top stars have come out of retirement despite explicitly stating they wrestled their last match.
WWE is unpredictable and plans often change, so it would be safe to say that we can't be sure whether The Undertaker will ever compete again. “Just the fact you asked that question, mission accomplished, you never say never.
I don't have aspirations of ever stepping into the ring again, but this is the WWE, man. You never say never. You just never say never."