WWE: The Undertaker collapsed after beating Brock Lesnar

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The Undertaker had an absolutely incredible match with Brock Lesnar last night, well until the last minute it was at least.

The Deadman belied his 50-years greatly in the ring, pulling out most of his old move-set and delivering an exciting main event that definitely had the fans on the edge of their seats in anticipation.

Taker Collapsed?

But Taker is getting on now, and the veteran cannot keep having to come up with 30 minute matches at his age. It showed on Sunday, as he seemingly collapsed on his way to the back.


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According to a report from Wrestling Inc, several of their readers have pointed out that The Undertaker looked like he collapsed as he made his way up the ramp to the back stage area.

"While Undertaker was headed to the back, he used the screen on the stage to help him walk. Right as he got to the back, he fell to his knees and then crawled for a second before getting back to his feet," they wrote.

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You can check out a video from a fan in attendance in Brooklyn for SummerSlam here, it sure doesn't look good for Taker.

This doesn't look like selling to this writer, with Taker clearly thinking he was behind the big LED screen before hitting the floor, crawling, and slowly getting to his feet.

As much of a legend as he is, surely it is now time for the Undertaker to call it quits. We know that Taker is scheduled for the WWE's tour of Mexico and that following his odd win last night, he is set for a third and final matchup with Lesnar, but that might be too much.

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