WWE legend The Undertaker announces retirement from professional wrestling
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: June 22, 2020 10:54 AM 2020-06-22T10:54:54+5:30 2020-06-22T10:58:02+5:30
One of professional wrestling's biggest names The Undertaker, has announced his retirement after spending nearly 30 years with the ...
One of professional wrestling's biggest names The Undertaker, has announced his retirement after spending nearly 30 years with the WWE. During the final chapter in the Last Ride docuseries, The Undertaker revealed that he had no desire to get back into the ring following his Boneyard match against AJ Styles. Following the release of the final episode, WWE also posted an epic tweet which pretty much confirmed the Undertaker's retirement. The tweet had many iconic photos that highlighted all the important stages of The Undertaker's legendary career. The tweet was accompanied by the caption '#ThankYouTaker for'.
Born Mark Calaway, the Undertaker became an icon for the company and the most recognized character globally during his 30-year in-ring career. Calaway had teased retirement quite a few times the last being at Wrestlemania 33, where he lost to Roman Reigns and even left his turncoat, hat and, gloves in the middle of the ring. Calaway was first introduced to the WWE (then WWF) universe in 1990 as Survivor series and during his career claimed the World Heavyweight Championship three times, WWF/WWE Championship 4 times, WWF Hardcore Championship 1 time, WWF World Tag Team Championship 6 times and won the Royal Rumble in 2007.
#ThankYouTaker for... pic.twitter.com/otUvugelL3— WWE (@WWE) June 21, 2020
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The @undertaker has some "thank you"s of his own to give.#ThankYouTaker #TheLastRide pic.twitter.com/FPNvtnUzXI— WWE (@WWE) June 22, 2020