Sad day for wrestling fans as legendary fighter The Undertaker retires from WWE after 35 years - ROUND GIST

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Thursday, 21 February 2019

Sad day for wrestling fans as legendary fighter The Undertaker retires from WWE after 35 years

ONE of the most famous wrestlers ever, The Undertaker, has retired from WWE and will not fight at WrestleMania, according to reports.


The 53-year-old, real name Mark Calaway, has reportedly finally retired as a wrestler after an incredible career.

This comes as he deleted the WWE from all his social media earlier this month.

It was confirmed the WWE legend would be appearing at the Starrcast II convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The booking would be the first non-WWE event in decades for the star.

It is unclear in what capacity he would be appearing but Wrestling Observer Newsletter editor Dave Meltzer said taking part in a match is unlikely.

And he believes it may well be the case that he doesn’t wrestle ever again.

That could well put to bed speculation that the Undertaker will make a shock return at WrestleMania 35.

Meltzer said: “At least as of a week ago he was not doing either [WrestleMania or Saudi Arabia] and obviously [WWE] can panic and the Saudi Arabia show if the Prince wants him they can offer him so much money to do it, but as of a week ago he was not on either show.

“So I think he’s retired as a wrestler.”

He is known as The Streak after a series of 21 straight victories at WrestleMania.

The star eventually lost to Brock Lesnar in 2014 and was said to have suffered severe concussion in the match.

After being defeated again by Roman Reigns in 2017 it appeared he retired from the sport after leaving his iconic hat and coat in the ring.

But he returned in April last year for WrestleMania 34.

The Undertaker defeated John Cena in less than three minutes – applying gloss to an incredible wrestling career.

After joining WWE from WCW in 1990 he became one of the most iconic figures in the world of sports entertainment.

The veteran overcame Hall of Fame names such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and Randy Orton throughout his stellar career.

One said: “It will break my heart to not see him in the ring again, but he has worked his ass off and destroyed his body, not just for money, but for us fans. 

“I hope he retires and enjoys spending time watching his precious little girl grow up.”

Another added: “One of my all-time best, in fact, it starts with him and only ends with Shawn Michaels. The Undertaker! Finally retires from wrestling.”

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