Although the word "end" seems to have already been written about The Undertaker's career as a performer, many of the undertaker's fans and WWE insiders would seem not to be very convinced of this thing, certain that sooner or later The Undertaker will return to the McMahon rings at least for one last big match that will be the icing on the cake for a thirty-year career that few wrestlers around the world can say they have had.
On the occasion of this year's edition of Survivor Series, which will be staged on November 22, WWE should in fact stage the Undertaker's last farewell before his definitive retirement, with the announcement of the same Deadman in the last episode of the docu-series dedicated to him "The Last Ride", which had already confirmed his departure from the scene.
In his latest interview with The Wrap, the legendary wrestler of the Stamford company wanted to tell about the long dialogue he had over the last few months with Triple H, WWE COO, with whom he discussed the possibility of becoming one of the coaches more important than the Performance Center in Orlando, if the small town of Florida wasn't too far from his home in Texas.
Update on The Undertaker
With regard to this eventuality, The Undertaker revealed: "You know, this is the situation I'm in right now, I'm trying to figure out what I can do. I've been on the road for so long, now I don't like traveling and doing all those things anymore.
But I like to teach. Triple H and I have had several conversations about whether I can work with talent at NXT, in Orlando and at the Performance Center. And I really like the idea. We're just trying to figure out how to make this thing work because I would have to go back and forth again.
I live in Texas. So it still takes me a long time to do such a thing. I think I still have a lot to offer. The product is changing and evolving, but I think there is still a lot of material on the table that you can apply to the product and these guys, who need to hear and see from someone who knows this work well.
We'll see what happens. You know, it’s kind of strange. I’ve always really been obviously a big guy, but I’ve always been kind of a free, fun-loving [guy]. I like to hang out with the guys and cut up and do all that stuff.
But I had to figure out how to be– after the shows, if we went out and did something, I had to figure out how to be Undertaker and still have a good time… So Undertaker kind of took over. We didn’t go anywhere and I walk in and people didn’t– they knew exactly, like, freakin’ Undertaker just walked in.
And obviously the guys that I trusted, my buddies that I trust, I could still have a good time with them. But everybody else, what they saw was like, ‘I’m going to keep an eye on this dude because he may snatch me by my neck and chokeslam me.’ But yeah, Undertaker kind of took most of Mark’s personality for a long time."