WWE Star The Undertaker has ‘no desire to get back in the Ring’

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WWE star The Undertaker has 'no desire to get back in the ring'
WWE star The Undertaker has 'no desire to get back in the ring'
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Wrestler Undertaker, who ruled the WWE for three decades, will no longer be seen in the ring by his fans. Undertaker, a well-known WWE wrestler, retired after defeating AJ Styles at WrestleMania in April this year but announced his retirement from wrestling at the Survivor Series yesterday.

Survivor series concludes with WWE Superstar, Mr. McMann Shane, Big Show, JBL, Jeff Hardy, McFolly, The Godfather, The Goodness, Savio Vega, Rakesh, Kevin Nash, Rick Flair, Bookerty, Sean Along with Michael and Triple H, his half-brother Ken appeared on the WWE Thunder Dome and paid tribute to The Undertaker.

The Undertaker had made his career debut in 1990, 30 years before the Survivor Series, so he chose the same event for his retirement. The Undertaker had announced his retirement three years ago, but he remained in action until the beginning of the year, and his last fight was against AJ Styles. J. Styles are also depressed.

The Undertaker said in the last episode of the WWE Documentary Series that he is now saying goodbye to the ring because now is the best time and he wants to see the new stars on the field. I was the best basketball player but then decided to wrestle. He was the star of WWE for 3 decades.

The Undertaker (Mark Calloway) has won seven titles and won 21 WrestleMania matches in his professional career.

Admitting his age, Mark Calvey (Undertaker) said: “I still have passion, I love wrestling, and from a physical point of view, if I could wrestle all my life, I would. I enjoy wrestling a lot, you can’t run away with age, physically I’m not in a position to go into the ring and be an Undertaker.

Undertaker then started aiming for the Undertaker, saying: “It’s time to dump her and move on.”

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