Mark Callaway, better known as The Undertaker, has been the cornerstone in the history of WWE. He debuted for WWE in 1990, and his career has spanned for 30 years. WWE released a documentary called ‘Undertaker: The Last Ride’ to commemorate his 30 years journey. Mark Callaway revealed that he is going to retire from professional wrestling in the fifth episode of the series. He believes he has accomplished everything in the field of professional wrestling. Thus, marking an end to his 30-years long professional wrestling career.
During his tenure in WWE, Undertaker has a lot of accolades to his name. He has seven world championship title reigns to his name. He held the longest undefeated streak in Wrestlemania history with 21 wins. Brock Lesnar broke that streak at Wrestlemania 30. He has enjoyed continuous success in WWE and held numerous other championships. This includes tag team championship, Hardcore championship, and a one-time Royal Rumble victory while giving numerous iconic moments for fans to relive throughout his entire career.
He wrestled AJ Styles in Boneyard Match at Wrestlemania 36, which was his last match before his recent retirement announcement. This was a cinematic match as opposed to a traditional wrestling match due to the coronavirus pandemic. Undertaker heaped praises on AJ Styles and called him one of the best in the business. He felt that this documentary helped him discover himself, and it’s time for him to hang his boots. He will only come back if there is an emergency or Vince McMahon was in a pinch.
Do we really think that The Undertaker has finished his wrestling career for good, or will he be stepping into the ring again? Let us know in the comments section.
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