The Undertaker is perhaps the most iconic superstar of all time, also thanks to his legendary gimmick. Despite having received offers from all over the world, the Undertaker has always remained faithful to the WWE and gave the fans a show until his body said enough.
Guest on the latest edition of the podcast 'Hawk vs. Wolf ', the Deadman revealed that there were some wrestlers with whom he didn't get along particularly well: “I would be lying if I said that I got along in love and got along with everyone, that would be far-fetched.
Just like in any area of life, even in wrestling there are some guys you like and some you don't. At the same time, one should never lose one's business sense. Even if I didn't like an athlete personally, when I worked with them I treated them with respect and tried to build a rapport.
Then we didn't go out for a drink together, but the respect and professionalism never failed".
The Undertaker is a wrestling icon
Barring sensational and improbable twists, The Undertaker's last match in WWE will remain the one against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.
The 'Phenom' officially retired at Survivor Series 2020, the PPV where his legendary career had begun 30 years earlier. Last year, Taker was deservedly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself. The former world champion highlighted how social media has also had a big impact on pro-wrestling: “Today's world is controlled by social media, there's no denying it.
Social media has a huge impact on all aspects of our society, including wrestling. It's hard for me to watch wrestlers today because everyone shares every single detail of their life online. You can't be a certain type of guy on TV and then a completely different person on social media, that's not acceptable.
There is a significant gap compared to the past, if you understand me. I'm not a fan of this mechanism, but I can't help it." The Undertaker recently recalled how The Ultimate Warrior often struggled to compete in long WWE matches.
"He [The Ultimate Warrior] was good for about 10 minutes and then you didn't know what you were gonna get," The Undertaker continued. "He was turning purple. There was a little oxygen depletion going on there. He was so big and strong.
Warrior was so high strung, he'd always run down to the ring full speed, bouncing around, but the thing was, after he did that he was gassed. He was blown up. He couldn't hardly breathe."