The Undertaker talks about his retirement from WWE – Planeta Wrestling

One of the leading figures in the entire company has been Undertaker. Not only because of the character who came to connect with the entire public, not only because of the titles and milestones he achieved in the company. His professionalism has been absolute from minute zero showing loyalty to President Vince McMahon.

An important fact in this regard is to talk about his passage and his journey as one of the oldest fighters at the top of the world of sports entertainment. He has been re-named after starring in an interactive movie on Netflix.

The former WWE Champion did an interview with Entertainment tonight to promote your new interactive Netflix movie, Escape The Undertaker. During the interview, he was asked about retirement. Taker made it clear that he has done so as an active performer.

“From this point on, yes, my days in the ring are over and it’s not because I don’t want to be in the ring. That’s where I have spent most of my adult life, my entire life has actually been spent in the wrestling or sports entertainment ring. In my mind, I can still see everything and in my heart, I want to be out there, but it is at the point where my body cannot deliver what my mind and heart see. My body can’t deliver that and I just don’t want to cheapen that character’s legacy. I would hate for people to pay money to watch me work and be disappointed. “

WWE produced the Last Ride series that aired last year that chronicles its decision. His last fight was against Aj Styles at WrestleMania 36 in a cinematic combat that had more impact and was liked a lot for the way in which Undertaker was used.

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