Recently on The Ross Report, ‘Good Ol’ J.R.’ Jim Ross talked about whether he believes The Undertaker will retire any time soon and how to raise the profile of WWE’s secondary titles.
According to Ross, The Undertaker does not appear to be retiring in the near future.
“I get this question every day on Twitter. No, I don’t think The Undertaker is going to retire any time soon.”
Ross went on to say that The Undertaker’s retirement will most likely be the biggest news story of the year, whenever that may be.
“I think that when he does retire, unless there is complete insanity [that] has engulfed the world of sports entertainment, that it will be the biggest news of the year, the last match for ‘The Deadman’. And I think that last match for ‘The Deadman’ will be at a WrestleMania. When that will happen, I don’t know. [WrestleMania] 33? I don’t know. [WrestleMania] 34? Who knows?”
Source: The Ross Report
While I do not believe Taker wants the attention that comes with the type of retirement fans believe he deserves to have, there’s no denying that Taker does deserve an epic retirement. One that will not be topped by any other retiring WWE employee. If Taker is going to have a ceremony, his is the only one that truly deserves to top Flair’s and WWE should make Taker’s retirement, ceremony or no ceremony, untouchable and untoppable. When that day happens and it gets closer each day remains to be seen.