WWE: The Undertaker and four other superstars who should retire in 2015

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Superstars come and go in WWE all the time, but many superstars in WWE right now should have retired a while ago. 

Below are five superstars who should hang up their WWE wrestling boots this year. 


"The World's Largest Athlete" has been dominating WWE for decades, he has picked up just about every accolade WWE have presented him but now his career seems to have slowed down. 

Since Big Show joined The Authority at Survivor Series last year, it feels like he has been booked to look weak and he and Kane ruined the ending of The Royal Rumble this year. 

Big Show is a definite Hall of Famer in the future, but if he continues the path he is going down with The Authority, the WWE Universe will remember him for all the wrong reasons. 

2 - KANE

Kane is without doubt a Hall of Famer in the future, but since he gave up his mask last year, he has been a shadow of his former self. The monster he used to be has become a timid pushover and it's a sad sight.

He and Undertaker were The Brothers of Destruction and now he is being told what to do by Seth Rollins. It feels like Kane's career has also hit a brick wall and the corporate gimmick hasn't helped him out at all. 

If 2015 does turn out to be the year Undertaker also retires, it would be a beautiful moment to see his brother also bow out. 


The Deadman looks set to return at Wrestlemania 31, whether or not his match with Bray Wyatt goes ahead, The Undertaker deserves a decent bow out from WWE.

Undertaker is one of the most recognisable and dynamic superstars in WWE history and with the legacy he has created, regardless of what happens at this years' Wrestlemania, he can walk out of WWE with his head held high. 


The former Tag Team Champion has spoke about retiring recently and how he would love to go out at Wrestlemania with a singles match against his brother and tag team partner Cody. 

The strange superstar is definitely a veteran of the ring and much like every other superstar on this list, he deserves a final farewell from WWE. The Rhodes family have had a massive impact on WWE and it will be sad to see Goldust walk away from the company, but if he is granted a match against Cody, you have a feeling they could steal this years Wrestlemania and that would be the perfect end for his legendary character. 


The current WWE World Heavyweight Champion looks set to drop the World title at Wrestlemania which would enable him to make his triumphant return to UFC. 

Brock has not looked at his best since his return and him being a part-time superstar and holding the biggest belt in WWE hasn't sat to well with many members of the WWE Universe and WWE locker room for that matter. 

Brock has done what he set out to do in returning and capturing the title and now he can bow out on the grandest stage of them all, knowing that he has accomplished everything he ever wanted to in WWE. 

There are many other superstars who could have made it onto this list, but for me these are the guys whose careers have reached the stage where retirement makes more sense than them continuing with the storylines they have been given. 

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