WWE News: The Undertaker explained how he wanted his WWE retirement to go down


It has been almost 30 years since The Undertaker became part of the WWE, and even though he is not currently as active in the wrestling scene as he was back in the day, he is one of the most famous WWE wrestlers of all time . While wrestling giants have returned several times, it should not come as a surprise that the 55-year-old will end his wrestling career soon. During an interview recently, The Undertaker revealed how he wanted to retire from WWE.

The Undertaker, whose real name is Mark William Calaway, said that when he finally says goodbye to the wrestling ring, he wants to do justice to his character. ““When you’re thinking of the old school Undertaker, that’s not a character that comes down to the ring and says, ‘Thank you for being with me for 30 years. It’s been a great career. I want to thank…’ That’s not what that guy does if you’re being true to the character and what people want to see,” he told people.

He said he wanted to end his career as a professional wrestler as John Elway retired after winning a pair of Super Bowls. “The John Elway ending, when he went out and he won a couple of Super Bowls and then retired. Or Peyton Manning, he wins the Super Bowl, then retired, “When I’m looking at it, I want that match, that match when it’s just like, ‘Oh yeah. Bam. I still got it. I got gas in the tank, I tore it down. Now walk away,” he said.

When he locked up the Horns with Roman Reigns at the WWE WrestleMania 33 event and lost, people felt it would be The Undertaker’s last match for the company. After leaving his hat and coat in the ring after a brutal defeat, the fans said goodbye to Tears. However, the wrestler came back with a bang and is still running strong. Recently, while promoting his wrestler in an interview with Undertaker: The Last Ride in ESPN, the wrestler revealed that the fight made him realize the hatred.

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