The Undertaker has been regarded as one of the most iconic figures in the history of professional wrestling, with his fame extending its borders to the outside world as well. From his bone-chilling demeanour to the dark elements that made his character captivating, The Deadman was a sight for the WWE Universe every time he stepped inside the ring.

Moreover, The Undertaker has also been known for making some of the most memorable entrances for his matches. During recent interview on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, Taker was asked about the longest entrance he ever made. He responded that it would have been WrestleMania 33 for his match against Roman Reigns.

However, WWE’s smart antics to have him brought up from halfway underneath the ramp reduced his entrance time which otherwise would have been close to 15 minutes according to The Undertaker.

“Oh you know what was long? But they were smart, the Mania I worked Roman. That was a huge, huge ramp. But they were smart and they brought me up halfway. They had my ascension from underneath about halfway. It would have took 15 minutes for me to do my walk to get to the ring and do all that.”


While the entrance and the entire match was an enthralling showdown, The Undertaker revealed his disappointment with his in-ring shape and performance. Despite that, he went on to have a few more matches over the next few years and retired in 2020 putting an end to his three-decade long storied career.

What are your thoughts on WWE’s smart antics to cut down The Undertaker’s entrance time at WrestleMania 33? Sound off in the comments!

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