The Undertaker Announces Retirement from the WWE

Last updated on April 21st, 2021 at 05:42 pm

In the Last Chapter, The Undertaker made it clear that he had just participated in this last match as a proffesional wrestler. The WWE Legent went ahead to point out that he had no desire to get back into the ring.

In a recent post on twitter, WWE confirmed the news. While he made his debut in 1990, The Undertaker developed into one of the biggest names in the WWE. He remains one of the most respected wrestlers of all time, thanks to his WWE character and persona.

Apart from being a seven time World Champion, the Undertaker is also a tag team champion winning the belt a record six-time. Despite having all these accolades, the Undertaker will be widely rembered for his perfomance at Wrestlemania having gone 21 matches unbeaten.

At Wrestlemania, the Undertaker has gone toe to toe against seasoned wrestlers such as Edge, Shawn Micheals, his on-screen brother, Kane, Randy Orton and many others.

The boneyard match at Wrestlemania 36 was Undertaker’s last match as he went against another legendary wrestler, AJ Styles.