The Entrepreneur has Announced His Retirement from the WWE in the Last Stage-Final


The Undertaker is shown to be able to finally hang up the boots, such as the legendary WWE Superstar has just recently announced that he has “no reason” to ever compete in a wrestling ring again. The veteran performer, whose real name is Mark Calaway, is the subject of a new, five-part docuseries, Undertaker: The Last Ride on WWE Network. Recently he made his debut last episode, and the Undertaker proved that his WrestleMania 36 match against A. J. Styles earlier this year and left him with the perfect opportunity to ride off into the sunset.

“At this point in my career, and I’m not in the mood to get back into the ring. I am at a point, it is time to make this cowboy rides away,” the 55-year-old said in a In The Final Stage. “There is nothing left for me to conquer or achieve. The game has changed. It’s time for some new guys to come in. The time seems to be just fine.”

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In addition, the funeral director will feel that he or she now needs to focus his time on the things that make him a joy to be outside in the WWE and the wrestling business. “In my career, and my legacy will speak for itself. At the end of the day, that’s really the only thing that matters,” the Controller explained. “I’ve got this life that I have to go out and live and enjoy the fruits of my labor and enjoy the blessings I have – my wife, my children.”

On the show, and the Undertaker, including how he originally planned to retire after a short time in his match against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33. After the match, Taker had left his phone in the middle of the ring and left the building without saying a word. At this year’s WrestleMania and 36, and the Undertaker came out the winner in a film – “Boneyard match against A. J. Styles, and “burying” his opponent, in life, before setting off on his bike to the music of Metallica. Between the two games, it looks as if the Entrepreneur clearly in the better position to bookend his career.

Pro-wrestlers are famous for returning to the ring after the announcement of the retirement, and the funeral director explains that there is a chance that he / she can be an even better time when WWE boss Vince McMahon really needed his help. “Never say never. However, at this point in my life and in my career, and I’m not in the mood to get back in the ring,” Holder states. Of course, it could not be otherwise than Appeared to be taking on the Undertaker in this, but the creative team would have to come up with something special and this is what happened with Taker at WrestleMania 36. Still, as the legendary wrestler isn’t getting any younger, there’s a good chance that we’ve seen the last of the Undertaker on the inside of the ring.

If the funeral director is ready with his work as a professional wrestler, so what’s the next step for him is to be added to the WWE Hall of Fame. Without an appearance from the Deadman next year WrestleManiait could not be a more perfect time to announce his inevitable induction. In any event, have retired, or is not, the Undertaker will always be known as one of the most popular professional wrestlers of all time. You may want to check out the final chapter of the Undertaker’s The Last Ride the series is now on The WWE Network.

Topics: cheating death, stealing life


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