The Undertaker’s dedication to putting his body on the line for fans’ enjoyment has earned him legendary status, though it comes with its drawbacks. He hasn’t wrestled in a long time but now a former WWE referee also believes The Phenom has it in him to compete in one more match.

The Deadman remained a fixture on WWE television for over three decades, with a significant presence since the early ’90s. In the late ’90s, he was an unstoppable force as the World Champion. However, even his championship status couldn’t shield him from Vince McMahon’s fury.

The WWE Hall of Famer officially put an end to his in-ring career at Survivor Series in 2020. His final match occurred at WrestleMania 36 the same year, where he emerged victorious in a Boneyard match against AJ Styles.

While speaking on the Monday Mailbag podcast, former WWE referee Mike Chioda talked about The Undertaker competing in the ring again. Chioda made it clear that he believes The Deadman has what it takes to compete in a match again.


Taker looks in great shape. I know he’s had some surgeries done. I think they were successful and the hip replacement and all that and so forth. I think he’s got one more match in him, but please make him go over. Don’t do the match unless you’re going over dead man. F*** building anybody else up. Let them work on their own building themselves up. I hope he does do one more match. I could see him doing one more match.”

Mike Chioda isn’t the only one who thinks like this as Jim Ross also believes The Undertaker can compete in one last match. Only time will tell whether The Undertaker will come out of retirement for one last match.

What do you think of what Mike Chioda said? Do you feel The Undertaker can still come back for one last match? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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