The Undertaker reflects his daughter
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 453
Pro wrestling is filled with wrestlers from different generations. While some have been more successful than others, modern stars like Roman Reigns and Charlotte Flair all come from some pretty famous and prominent families in the discipline.
A next son of a great wrestler who could become part of this world could be the daughter of the legendary of The Undertaker. The Undertaker has enjoyed one of the most incredible careers in pro wrestling history. After a modest start, the star joined WWE in 1990.
For the next three decades, the Deadman wrote the history of the federation by winning several titles with some memorable moments. To follow in his footsteps, there may be his daughter in the future.
The Undertaker is a legend
Speaking during one of his 'The Undertaker: 1 deadMan, one-man show', the WWE Hall of Famer addressed the fact that his sons may follow him into the world of wrestling in the future: “I always think about the issue that any of the my children can follow in my footsteps.
My 9 year old daughter believe she can become a wrestler. You know the current WWE roster way better than I do. There are times when we look at WWE and I'm like 'Who is that?' So she begins to tell everything about that character, the storylines of him, who he beat and against whom he lost.
She is really cool and is very passionate about discipline. I think I have to keep an eye on her. If that is still her choice, I can only support her to the end." The Undertaker had the last match of his legendary WWE career at Wrestlemania 36, ââteaming up with AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match.
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 star was later deservedly inducted into the Hall of Fame by Vince Mcmahon himself prior to WrestleMania 38.
Now, even though he is now retired, the Deadman continues to frequent WWE regularly, even recently appearing backstage at Survivors Series. Speaking on Story Time with Dutch Mantell, the wrestling legend revealed that he once put The Undertaker on trial for "romancing the girls." "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.