The Undertaker says he loves what he's done in WWE



by   |  VIEW 1048

The Undertaker says he loves what he's done in WWE

On July 1st, The Undertaker returned to accept McIntyre and Shane McMahon's challenge to Extreme Rules. On July 14, at Extreme Rules, Undertaker and Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon in a No Holds Barred Tag Team match.

The Undertaker is back in the episode of SmackDown on September 10, where he was interrupted by Sami Zayn (belonging to the roster of Raw), and in response, the "Deadman" knocked him out with a Chokeslam. On February 27, at Super ShowDown, The Undertaker surprisingly participated in the Gauntlet match for the Tuwaiq Trophy, eliminating AJ Styles last and winning the contest.

On March 25, 2020, at WrestleMania 36, ​​during the prime-time main event, The Undertaker showed up with a fusion of his biker gimmicks and deadman to face AJ Styles in a Boneyard match and defeated him by burying him alive.

Possible withdrawal During the final episode of the documentary The Last Ride, dedicated to him, Calaway hinted at his retirement by declaring that he had nothing to prove after thirty years and that he did not want to get back into the ring, however not excluding the possibility of a return in the future.

The Undertaker on his farewell

The Undertaker recently spoke with Joseph Staszewski of The New York Post to promote his "Final Farewell" at the upcoming WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 22, which will mark his 30th anniversary.

"I realized I have taken every physical gift, a tool that I have and have used it up," Taker said. "There's no water left in the sponge if I can use that analogy. I've rung everything I could get out of that sponge.

It really doesn't appeal to me because basically what it is, is working around my limitations," Taker said. "It's capitalizing on some of my ability and some of my creative ability to tell a story but basically it's trying to mask some of the lack of my physical abilities at this point.

If Vince feels like there's still something there, I have a place on the roster, then I had no problem doing it," Taker said. "That's where the internet and all that stuff kind of show up, 'Just let him retire, just let him do this, let him do that.'

I'm a grown man. I can walk away anytime I want." Taker still finds it hard to believe that he lasted so long with one company. He said he loves what he's done in WWE for the past 30 years, which will potentially culminate with the "Final Farewell" at Survivor Series.

"Guys will have their run and then they'll go somewhere else, they'll go to Japan, they'll go wherever or just take some time off," Taker said. "Because you get burned out and obviously our fan base, sometimes there's a flavor of the week.

Once something new comes in the old kind of gets set aside. If you had told me, 'yeah you're gonna have a 30-year straight run with one company,' I would have been like, 'yea OK. If you say so.' "