The Undertaker played the last match of his legendary career at WrestleMania 36, ââputting on a show together with a champion like AJ Styles. Within the docu-series 'The Last Ride', the Gravedigger had confided that he could no longer bear the efforts required by professional wrestling and that he did not want to ruin his image of him.
The Deadman officially retired at Survivor Series 2020, where his extraordinary career had begun 30 years earlier. This year, the 'Phenom' was deservedly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself. As everyone knows, Vince said goodbye to the company last July and his place has been taken by Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan.
Instead, Triple H became the new head of the creative team. There are many who hope that Taker will be able to return to the ring again at WrestleMania, but the Digger is enjoying his retirement and does not want to further stress his already battered physique.
The Undertaker was present in Boston
It had been anticipated that The Undertaker and his wife Michelle McCool would be present backstage at Survivor Series: WarGames, the PPV that took place last Saturday at the TD Garden in Boston.
The Deadman shared a photo on Twitter that shows him with Stephanie McMahon behind the scenes. “Always great to meet my friend Stephanie McMahon! Congratulations to everyone who took part in Survivor Series: WarGames, I really enjoyed it!” – wrote the Phenom.
In addition to garnering a plethora of accolades in this business, Taker has been part of memorable feuds with legends such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena, Hulk Hogan, Triple H, Mick Foley and Shawn Michaels.
Recently, 16-time world champion Ric Flair praised the Digger: “I've always had a special chemistry with him. In addition to being one of the greatest ever, Mark had the ability to transcend wrestling. Taker was able to do amazing things for his size, like walk on ropes and all sorts of other stuff”.
Wrestling legend & former WWE manager Dutch Mantell recently opened up about the time he put The Undertaker on trial in Wrestler's Court. "I did this with Undertaker first and I put him on trial for I think romancing the girls around.
Imagine. Because he denied it. He denied it. And then I was the prosecutor and the judge. Of course, you know, I never lost a bat. I never lost a case. And so and then Undertaker loved it so he would say, 'Wrestlers Court,' then he put me on trial. He'd convict me for whatever I did," he said.