The Undertaker reflects on his current physical condition



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The Undertaker reflects on his current physical condition

The Undertaker began his professional wrestling career in 1987 with World Class Championship Wrestling, where he once won the WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship; the following year he joined the Continental Wrestling Association, later known as the United States Wrestling Association, where he wrestled using various gimmicks and won the USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship.

After playing briefly in World Championship Wrestling under the ring name "Mean" Mark Callous, in 1990 he signed a contract for the then World Wrestling Federation and debuted at Survivor Series with the gimmick of The Undertaker, a macabre gravedigger who terrorized opponents through scare tactics and links to the supernatural; according to a popular storyline, he was Kane's half-brother, with whom he alternated various feuds and alliances in the tag team known as The Brothers of Destruction.

After defeating Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship in 1991, making him the youngest world champion of the time, Undertaker became the focal point of many of the most important storylines and matches in the history of the world.

federation. His most celebrated and renowned accolade is the Streak, an unprecedented record of twenty-one consecutive wins at WrestleMania, WWE's premier pay-per-view event, where he fought in the 13th Edition main event, XXIV, XXVI, XXXIII and XXXVI, while he suffered his first defeat at WrestleMania XXX against Brock Lesnar.

The Undertaker has offered an update on his current condition, several months into retirement.

The Undertaker retired at Survivor Series 2020

"It’s pretty rough most mornings. It takes a while to get things moving.

There has to be that initial assessment when the feet hit the floor in the morning, you know, what’s hurting? What do I need to kind of bring along a little slower than everything else? So the first thing I do is assess.

It’s such a strange thing after all the years and all the matches and all this, it’s like I have to sit there and figure out how on Earth - because I’ll wake up some mornings with something hurting that I had no idea that I’d strained, pulled, whatever - and I’m trying to figure out, “How did you hurt yourself sleeping?!”...

That comes with the game. The human body is definitely not made for the abuse that professional athletes put their bodies through. Especially football, hockey and wrestling. I mean, all sports, but the high-impact sports, the body is not made to do that" - The Undertaker stated. After a 30 year career with WWE, The Undertaker finally called it a day at Survivor Series 2020.