WWE legend ‘The Undertaker’ retires from professional wrestling
Wrestling legend The Undertaker announces retirement from WWE after three decades
Legendary wrestler Mark William Calaway, popularly known as by his ring name The Undertaker, has announced his retirement. The news was confirmed with the farewell post on Twitter. The wrestler has announced in the last episode of the WWE docuseries The Last Ride about his decision to leave the ring for good. The Last Ride is a docuseries chronicling the last three years of Undertaker.
Undertaker admitted he has ‘no desire’ to return to the ring. “You can never appreciate how long the road was until you’ve driven to the end. #TheLastRide. I did things my way, and I’m gonna leave my way. Never say never, but at this point in my life and in my career I have no desire to get back in the ring.”
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) June 21, 2020
Following the release of the final episode, WWE posted this epic tweet which confirmed the Undertaker’s retirement.
— WWE (@WWE) June 22, 2020
The ‘Deadman’ debuted in the 1990s Survivor Series as the final member of Ted DiBiase’s “Million Dollar Team.” He holds the record for most wins at WrestleMania. He had held a 21-year winning streak at WrestleMania which was later broken by Brock Lesnar in 2014.
Several other wrestlers, celebrities, and fans took to social media to wish The Undertaker good luck and a fond farewell.