The Undertaker sacrificed his body for three decades for the enjoyment of fans and became a living legend. His influence in the pro wrestling industry is unparalleled as well.
The Deadman was finally inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame earlier this year. He was inducted by Vince McMahon, which was something The Deadman wanted. Naturally, fans were left teary-eyed when all was said and done.
Since retiring back in 2020, The Undertaker has largely taken part in interviews and vowed to never return to professional wrestling. While speaking on the Hollywood Raw podcast, Drew McIntyre claimed that The Undertaker wrestled even when he was unable to walk backstage.
“But all of a sudden, he’s flying around the ring like a Mexican luchador. And I went, ‘How is this possible?’ I literally watched this man unable to walk backstage, now he’s hitting the ropes faster than anybody in the entire WWE, doing his diving clothesline… And he came backstage and he seemed fine ’til that adrenaline goes down. And it was back to the physical problems again. And I was like, ‘Man, look at him right there. That’s somebody that truly loves this industry so much. He’s willing to give everything, including his body to it
The Undertaker has also recorded several episodes of his upcoming podcast. He’ll forever be respected no matter what as well. We’ll have to wait and see what the future holds for The Deadman.
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