The Undertaker could be gearing up for his final match. The Last Ride docuseries is painting the picture ahead of that final encounter. It will be a historic day when he finally hangs up his hat and gloves, but he doesn’t plan on ever retiring.

While speaking to The Toronto Sun, The Undertaker discussed what he has left in the tank. He feels as though he has a match in him that would be befitting for the end of his career, but he has no intentions of ever leaving for good.

“I’ll never, ever retire completely. I may not get in the ring and wrestle anymore, but I’ll always somehow be involved I’m sure within the industry. For 30 years, I’ve been a mainstay in the ring.”

The Undertaker signed a 15 year contract with WWE last year. That contract will see The Deadman in WWE until he is 70 years old. He might be getting closer to his final match, but there are likely plenty of appearances in store for The Undertaker even after he actually takes his last ride.

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