The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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Jim Ross Believes Taker Is Now Retired
- kell on April 4th, 2017 says:
So much for JRs years and years of swearing that when Taker did retire that his last match would be built up huge,letting people know that it would be his last match.Instead it wasnt billed as his last match.
It was a great match though.At the end I think Taker should have put his gear inside a coffin though and closed the lid,instead of sitting in the ring 😉
- Regina on April 4th, 2017 says:
I was at Wrestlenanua 33. I have watched this man
Since his career began in the 80s and through his WWE days.
A piece of me died when the bells tolled 3 times and
The lights went out.
Thank You Taker for the memories
- Draugr on April 5th, 2017 says:
It’s really irritating that WWE won’t just give us some closure on this. The “Was Wrestlemania the Undertaker’s last ride” nonsense, like come on. If he’s legitimately retired, give him a proper send off on Raw like HBK and Flair had, and let us have closure. Don’t leave it up in the air and leave us all hanging. If he’s not really retired, it makes every wrestler posting these “thank you” messages on social media look stupid. If he is retired, then stop the ambiguity, stop insulting us, and give us a proper goodbye to him. God WWE pisses me off when they do this type of BS.
- Daniel on April 5th, 2017 says:
I know he had to retire sooner or later. i am just glad after the brock fiasco, and the horrible win over wyatt at the next WM, he recovered enough to have a few great matches left. I feel they would have done a lot better job to have taker win by a fingernail and have him “hand over” his yard to reigns. this might help legitimize reigns (who i do not dislike. i actually like him, though half the time he is a bit too cartoony. ) and you can bet that if it was done that way, taker would have agreed to it. plus it wouldn;t have even neccesarily meant retirement, as he could maybe show up for a rare match here and there. (but that is me being wishful. I hope him the health he deserves. and thanks for almost 30 fucking years of awesome matches)
- Ovi on April 5th, 2017 says:
Who doesn’t believe it?
- HTM on April 5th, 2017 says:
“Wrestlemania will no longer define the Undertaker”.
Taker at Smackdown episode on Nov. 15th, 2016 just before SS.
Is that supposed to mean anything?
- Mr. Deadpool on April 5th, 2017 says:
Because the possibility exists that he’ll be inducted into the WWE H.O.F. which counts as a form of participation in the event. Last year he was included on the advertisement for WM 33 on Raw the night after WM 32. This year he was nowhere to be found in the advertisement for WM 34. It could be a reach on my part, but I believe this was the first time he wasn’t included in the video advertisement for the next WrestleMania.
People point to him taking his gloves off after last years’ show. Then they compare it to this year. I feel there’s a big difference from last year to this year. One, it felt to me like it was his final bow this year with the production values added in. Last year there was no production added in and I saw it as a show of respect to Shane.
I see people putting up lists of names of opponents we’d love to see him wrestle. Let’s be honest though. He’s now 52 years of age. If he were to wrestle even half of them, he’d be in his late 50s. Where does it end then?
I still see Sting listed on some lists. I think that ship has faded off into the night because Sting is retired and WWE won’t give him the medical clearance.
Some people feel that Reigns wasn’t the right opponent, that Kane or Cena would be better options. Does Cena need that rub? No. He’s received the Ric Flair rub in Title reign numbers.
Kane? No. He’s content with helping young stars.
Reigns was the right choice because the company is trying to elevate him to the top star status. What better way to cement it by having him get over the Greatest of all time. He could use the rub.
In closing, I’m of the belief in what Jim Ross said. He said Sting’s in ring career is done, and he was honoured to call Taker’s final match. Ross’ comment’s one of the reasons I believe Taker’s retired now. Taker laying down his gimmick in the ring is the other. If it wasn’t a direct enough message from Taker without him actually saying it, then I don’t what it would be.
- Tony Perry on April 7th, 2017 says:
Undertaker for many years didn’t need to prove anything to anybody never has never will,Taker to me and all the wrestling fans around the world no matter what you are the Greatest wrestler ever to have straped on a pair of gloves or laced on a pair of boots and steped into that squared circle it’s been one hell of a ride. I hope he recovers rest up and heal knowing he doesn’t have to prove anything to anyone stay healthy man.God bless the undertaker God bless the creatures of the night.