‘The Undertaker’, one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, has said during the final episode of his ‘Last Ride’ docuseries that he is at peace with not wrestling again. This is something he was not able to do despite teasing retirement a few times throughout the years. Hence, it is clear that the undertaker is retiring permanently from his wrestling career and now is in no mood to make a comeback after spending almost 33 years of his life in a wrestling career. Also, he said that he has nothing left to accomplish and is now seemed content with what he has done and wants to spend his future life at his home.
Undertaker retiring permanently!!
As a wrestling fan, Undertaker is one of the most iconic names you can think of as a wrestler. Even the people who do not watch wrestling know who The Undertaker is.
He is married to Michelle McCool. This is his third marriage while the first time to Jodi Lynn and later with Sara, someone whom we all know from her program with Diamond Dallas Page. He also has interests in real estate with his business partner, Scott Everhart.
He started his career in 1987 and was trained by Don Jardine and Buzz Sawyer.
Some of his Popular Ring Names are:
- Kane the Undertaker
- Mark Callous
- Mean Mark Callous
- Mean Mark
- Dice Morgan
- The Master of Pain
- The Punisher
- Texas Red
Some of his finishing Moves are Tombstone Piledriver, Last Ride, Hell’s Gate, Chokeslam while his Signature moves include Old School, Snake Eyes, Big Boot, Suicide Dive Over the Top Rope.
The Undertaker Entrance Theme are:
- “Funeral Dirge” by Jim Johnston (From November 19, 1990, till January 1991)
- “Funeral March” by Jim Johnston (From January 1991 till January 22, 1994)
- “Grim Reaper” by Jim Johnston (From August 29, 1994, till November 13, 1995)
- “Graveyard Symphony” by Jim Johnston (From November 19, 1995, till July 20, 1998; From January 11, 1999 – March 22, 1999)
- “Dark Side” by Jim Johnston (From July 26, 1998, till December 13, 1998)
- “Ministry” by Jim Johnston (From March 28, 1999, till September 23, 1999)
- “The Unholy Alliance” by Jim Johnston (From August 1990 till September 1999; used while a part of the Unholy Alliance)
- “American Bad Ass” by Kid Rock (From May 21, 2000, till December 4, 2000)
- “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)” by Limp Bizkit (From December 10, 2000, till May 6, 2002; From March 30, 2003)
- “Dead Man” by Jim Johnston (From May 19, 2002, till September 19, 2002)
- “You’re Gonna Pay” by Jim Johnston (From September 22, 2002, till November 16, 2003)
- “Rest in Peace” by Jim Johnston (From March 14, 2004, till February 21, 2011; January 30, 2012, till present)
- “Ain’t No Grave” by Johnny Cash (From March 7, 2011, till April 3, 2011)
Some of the Major Titles that he has Won:
- The comeback of the Year (2015)
- Feud of the Year (1991) vs. The Ultimate Warrior
- Feud of the Year (2015) vs. Brock Lesnar
- Match of the Year (1998) vs. Mankind in a Hell match at King of the Ring
- Match of the Year (2009) vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXV
- Match of the Year (2010) vs. Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXVI
- Match of the Year (2012) vs. Triple H in a Hell in a Cell match at Wrestle Mania 28
- Ranked No. 2 amongst the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2002
- Ranked No. 21 amongst the top 500 singles wrestlers of the “PWI Years” in 2003
- USWA Unified World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- WCWA Texas Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- WCW Tag Team Championship (1 time)
- World Heavyweight Championship (3 times)
- WWF/WWE Undisputed Championship(4 times)
- WWF Hardcore Championship (1 time)
- WWF World Tag Team Championship (6 times)
- Royal Rumble (2007)
- Slammy Award (12 times)
As a wrestling fan, the Undertaker is one of the most iconic names you can think of as a wrestler and that is why it is said that the undertaker is retiring permanently now for all of us and also it will be a great loss for WWE Community also.
Thanks for it all Deadman.
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