One WWE Superstar has speculated on the possible return of The Undertaker.
The Superstar is someone who has a history with the former WWE Champion and it’s Kane, who recently appeared on The Ross Report to talk with WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross about various topics. During the show, The WWE Hall of Famer and longtime play-by-play commentator asked “The Big Red Machine” about the chances of Taker wrestling one more match.
Over the past few years, he has gone from being a full-time talent to a part-timer. After years of speculation of when Taker would retire from pro wrestling, it appears that he had his farewell at WrestleMania 33 in the main event against Roman Reigns earlier this year in Orlando, Florida.
After the match, Taker put his gloves and hat in the middle of the ring before leaving. As seen in the history of the business, retirements often don’t last forever which is why the “one more match” question gets asked to so many wrestling legends after they retire.
Here is what the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion had to say (h/t Wrestling Inc):
"He deserves and I think he'll be able to do what he wants and it's going to be up to him. And in the end, I think it'll be, his decision will be the quality of what it is. And certainly, he [has] been one of those guys that when you watch him at WrestleMania, it's like, 'golly, does the guy ever age?' And I think that will ultimately be how he feels he will be able to perform will be the deciding factor."
"I'll tell you this: I'd like to have one more match with him. I'd like to do maybe the Brothers Of Destruction one last time, but that's not something that we're going to do. The guy has had an absolutely phenomenal, legendary career, so I think pretty much everything is icing on the cake and not the cake itself at this point."
Kane was also asked about the biggest hot period that the sports entertainment company ever had, which was The Attitude Era.
"That was the golden age. So much of life is timing and the timing just worked out. I mean, you had the right people at the right time and just everything worked. And when things are effortless and just everything is smooth and flows, that's what it was like for a couple of years. It was just amazing and such a joy."
"And now, you look back and when you're in the middle of it, you don't appreciate it like you should and you get on the other side and you're like, 'man, that was awesome!' and that's sort of how I am. I didn't appreciate it as much as I should have while it was going on because it was truly a special time. And, again, frankly, and not because there aren't talented people [nowadays] and not because folks don't work hard, it's just because it's a matter of timing and that was the right time and it was just awesome. It was very unique."