the undertaker

The Undertaker is one of the most legendary wrestlers of all time, but after his recent loss to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33, it appears that there’s a chance The Undertaker’s career may be over. However, WWE has yet to officially confirm Taker’s status one way or another.

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Retired or not, Undertaker hasn’t been a full time wrestler for quite some time, and he’s only been making very limited appearances for WWE over the past few years. With all of his free time, The Deadman has a chance to partake in some relaxing activities, like hanging out at the beach.

Michelle McCool also seems to be hinting that her husband’s career inside the squared circle is indeed over, as she posted a video of Taker at the beach with the following caption:

“Undertaker’s WrestleMania 33 exit was so emotional for me. So much that I couldn’t go to school the next day because I was literally crying non-stop. It was sad for me, but what really hit me was how sad Undertaker looked to be leaving his legacy in the middle of the ring. Undertaker is so very passionate for the business. He has made so many sacrifices and pushed through countless injuries over the years and still gone out there to entertain the fans. By far the most respected man to ever lace up a pair of wrestling boots, and he earned every bit of that respect. I can honestly say, Undertaker is my hero and idol. I’ll forever look up to him. I’m even tearing up just writing this. This is how much he means to me. It’s so great to see him happy. Whatever he chooses to do with his life next, I fully support it. Thanks for the countless memories, and thanks for being such an amazing role-model. Thank you for all the passion and dedication you have had towards WWE for the last 27 years. My words cannot justify how much I appreciate everything you have done for us.”

Happy Father's Day to these two studs! #loveandprotect 💙

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