The Undertaker is one of the best pro wrestlers to have ever stepped foot inside a WWE ring. He has competed for more than three decades and is undoubtedly one of the most respected pro wrestlers out there. He would retire at Survivor Series 2020, bringing an end to a legendary career.

While speaking to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, The Deadman talked about missing out on WrestleMania 37, the first WrestleMania since he retired last year.

The Undertaker admitted that it wasn’t easy for him to watch the event as The Deadman felt that he should have been at WrestleMania 37 somehow. Ultimately, The Undertaker made peace with the decision he made.

“I was fine all the way until that first ballyhoo of fireworks,” Undertaker said. “Fortunately, I was home, which made it a little easier, but going through the show and watching, I kept thinking to myself, ‘You should be there.’


“I had to work through that. It’s a little difficult once WrestleMania starts. I started second-guessing myself. So much of my history revolves around WrestleMania. There was a bit of an emotional tug of the heartstrings watching this year, but it’s time for me to step aside and let this next generation have the reins and go where they’re going to go.”

The Undertaker has been considered as the locker room leader in WWE for a long time as he has proven to be a true veteran. He is currently enjoying his life in retirement and we will have to see what The Deadman will do next.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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