The Undertaker Reveals What He Wants To Do After WWE Career

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The Undertaker is as retired as he can be right now. The Deadman is no longer under a talent contract with WWE. He is now officially a legend, both in achievements and job title.

He has a lot more time to enjoy his retirement from the ring. He might show up for a WWE event again someday, but don’t expect The Phenom to wrestle.

While speaking to The Joe Rogan Experience, The Undertaker revealed that his goal in retirement is to become a great outdoorsman. He loves hunting and fishing. Now he has plenty of time to do that. He also wants to mentor up-and-coming WWE Superstars

“I’ve dedicated my whole life to this business. There’ll be times when I help out and maybe mentor some guys, but I’ve gotta find out what I’m passionate about and still earn a living. Right now my goal is to be the best outdoorsman I can be at this point. I’ve always loved hunting and fishing and doing all that, I just haven’t had time.”

The Undertaker expressed interest in becoming a Performance Center coach in some fashion. The location issue is still a problem because he really loves living in Texas. Shawn Michaels had that same dilemma prior to finally breaking down and joining the WWE PC.

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