The Undertaker Reacts To The Rock’s Threatening Words

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The Undertaker isn’t backing down from The Rock after The Final Boss had some strong words for The Deadman.

At WrestleMania 40, Cody Rhodes ended the 1,316-day WWE Universal Title reign of Roman Reigns thanks to the help of some friends. One of those friends was the WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker, who made his presence felt moments after The Rock took care of John Cena with a Rock Bottom.

When the lights went out at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, the fans knew what was coming as The Rock readied himself and the lights came on leading to The Undertaker appearing behind the People’s Champion. After a Chokeslam from Taker, The Rock was unable to help Reigns again, which ultimately led to Rhodes beating Reigns.

In a message on social media, The Rock issued a warning to The Undertaker:

“The guy sure knows how to ruin a party. I’ll see you down the road, my friend. Paybacks a bitch for you – but fun for me. – Final Boss”

The Undertaker, who retired as a wrestler in 2020 after a 30-year run in WWE, decided to comment on The Rock’s Instagram post with some words of his own.

“The party doesn’t start until I walk in…I’m not hard to find!”

What was interesting about what The Undertaker wrote is that the first part of it are lyrics to a Kesha song called “Tik Tok.” Seeing The Deadman quoting a Kesha song might shock some wrestling fans, but the words certainly fit the situation.

WrestleMania 40 Brought Closure For The Undertaker

When The Undertaker’s last official match in WWE took place at WrestleMania 36 in 2020, it was a Boneyard Match with AJ Styles. It was also a Cinematic Match that was shot at a makeshift graveyard with no fans in attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down live shows at the time.

On his podcast, The Undertaker talked about how that WrestleMania moment gave him closure.

“Something happened this weekend. I had been struggling with it since I retired, but this weekend gave me closure. It really did. It was fun, obviously, it was fun. Doing this as long as I have, being involved in that and how important that storyline was, and is. But when it was over and I am running out of the building I’m like, I’m good now.”

“I don’t know if I needed [a crowd], because my last match was in The Boneyard, there was nobody there, [it was] cinematic. It was like a moment of clarity that I had like I’m ok now. I’m not saying that I wouldn’t do something like that in the future, but I don’t have that feeling in my chest like I had since I retired. I hadn’t come to peace with it.”

“I knew, just like I knew when it was over in The Boneyard match at 4 in the morning. I’m good. I had no clue, but I knew once it was done, you’re good man. It’s time to flip the page and go to the next chapter. It was such a cool weekend all the way around. And then to finish off, have closure to the wrestling part of my career, it was so cool. It was a great feeling and it’s amazing. It really is an amazing feeling as I don’t have that pressure now.”

“It’s been difficult the last couple of years, especially at Mania. Even going to a regular PLE, I’ve told you this, I would leave before the matches because I get to that point where I am like I need to be out there. I was out there and my goodness, what a moment to have in a great storyline. But yeah, it was like I can close this book.”

You can find The Undertaker’s comment as a response to The Rock’s post on Instagram.