The Undertaker “Felt He Should Be Down There” At WrestleMania 39

The Undertaker

The Undertaker may have officially hung up his boots back in 2020 but that doesn’t mean not competing in the ring gets any easier for the WWE Hall of Famer.

The Undertaker can boast a unique career in WWE that saw him around the main event scene of the company for almost the entirety of the 30 years he was an active part of the roster. Despite winning several WWE and World Titles, The Deadman seemed to transcend championships and this was never more apparent than at WrestleMania where his Streak was often the biggest prize on offer.

At WrestleMania 36, The Undertaker rode one last time as he headlined the pandemic-stricken event in a cinematic classic Boneyard Match against AJ Styles. Later that year at Survivor Series – marking the 30th anniversary of his WWE career – The Undertaker officially called it a day.

Now speaking to The Independent, The Undertaker says despite it being three years since he last competed in a match when he attends WWE shows, he still gets that itch to be out there:

“I’ve got to the point now where if I’m home, I’m fine. It’s when I do show up at a WWE event I get that ‘I should be getting ready’ feeling.

“At WrestleMania 39, I was there and I had my family and friends up in a suite watching the show and I kind of found myself rocking in my chair like, ‘oh, my gosh, I should be down there’. So in those instances, it’s there. It’s still in my heart and it’s in my brain.”

The Undertaker has been keeping busy since his retirement and he’ll be bringing his one-man show to the UK when WWE crosses the pond for Money In The Bank.