Undertaker has been a part of WWE's programming for more than 25 years, but it seems that his rumoured match against John Cena at next year's WrestleMania could be his last.
Undertaker was pictured recently on crutches and is really beginning to look his age, he definitely isn't in the best shape of his career and shouldn't be looking to face someone of John Cena's ability at this point.
The Deadman has collapsed after two of his previous matches and could cause himself severe damage if he continues to compete at this level.
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The right time for The Undertaker to have walked away from WWE would have been at WrestleMania earlier this year in his hometown of Texas, he could have then been inducted into the Hall of Fame and left on a high note.
Instead, it seems that the former World Champion is trying to lengthen his stay in WWE and it's coming to the point where many fans may be losing interest in what his final match will be.
When his undefeated Streak ended more than two years ago, many of the WWE Universe thought this would be the last we would see of The Undertaker, but shockingly he made his return after a year out and attempted to extract revenge on Brock Lesnar.
TIME TO WALK AWAY
Sadly, his return didn't go to plan but he was able to celebrate 25 years with the company at Survivor Series last year, but now there is nothing left for him to achieve with the WWE.
Undertaker has children and his wife was recently diagnosed with skin cancer, so the thought is that he would prefer to spend time at home to help his wife recover, rather than risking injury once again.
His match with Shane McMahon didn't mean a lot when it came to the bigger picture, but hopefully, the match with John Cena will allow Undertaker to bow out in style, just as he deserves.
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