WWE Superstar The Undertaker apologized to Roman Reigns for his performance in the WWE WrestleMania 33 match, which was supposed to be his retirement match. After the brutal defeat against Roman, the fans said goodbye to the fans after leaving their hats and coats in the ring. Seeing how the match ended, people thought it would be Taker’s last match for the company. However, he bounced back during the WrestleMania 34 event and defeated John Cena.
In a preview of Taker’s The Last Ride documentary, the WWE superstar can be seen apologizing for his performance in the match with Reigns, The Sun reported. Backstage footage, which was shot after Taker’s win against John Cena after WrestleMania 34, shows Taker bumping into Reigns. As Reigns congratulates him for the win against Cena, the wrestling veteran says, “I felt so bad about last year. I just want you to know, that bothers me. I didn’t have it, you know that.”
Last week, during an interview with ESPN, the 55-year-old wrestler revealed that the fight made him feel ‘disgusted’. He suggested that even after considering retirement, his decision to continue his journey in the ring may have to be done. Her loss against the reigns. “That was one of those times it was tough having the cameras there. That was the first time that I watched that match back. I was so disgusted with it that I didn’t want to watch it back,” he said. The wrestler admitted that he cannot perform as well as coming back in the day as he is now old.