WWE legend Undertaker confirms he won't wrestle again


The Undertaker is an undisputed icon in the wrestling business. 

The Deadman is perhaps one of the greatest gimmicks in the history of WWE, and has been a star on both Raw and SmackDown. 

However, he hasn't been seen in a wrestling ring since 2020, when he won the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet in Saudi Arabia, pinning AJ Styles. 

That, of course, led to the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania, when AJ was buried alive, and both Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were blown up on the roof of a shed. That match was wild. 

Still, Taker hasn't laced up a pair of wrestling boots since, leading many to speculate over whether he would be returning to the ring in future. 


He has now cleared that up, and it does indeed appear that we have seen the last of the Undertaker in a WWE ring. 

Speaking to Entertainment Today Online, Mark Callaway gave an insight into his life post-wrestling and was asked if he would ever get back in the ring. 

Mark admits that he would quite like to, but accepts that he simply doesn't have the physical attributes required to do so. 

He said: 

"As of this moment, yeah, my days in the ring are done. And it's not because I don't want to be in the ring. I mean, that is where I've spent most of my adult life, my whole life really.

"More than half of my life has been spent in the wrestling or sports entertainment ring, and so in my mind, I still can see everything, and in my heart, you know, I want to be out there. But it's just at a point where my body can't deliver what my mind and my heart see."

That's really a bit sad, but most WWE fans would likely accept that the Boneyard Match is a great way to bow out of the business. 

As always. thank you Taker. 

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