In a recent interview with Onnit’s New Stories, The Deadman was asked if he considered retirement at any point during his career and he admitted he is in the end of his career.
“You know, at the tail-end now, I really have to put everything into perspective, and what damage I’m doing at this point, to myself, and my life after wrestling. But when I was going full-time, no. Even when the business took a real nose-dive, you’re thinking, ‘OK, how are we gonna get out of this? What we gonna do? We can work harder.’
“The one thing I was really good at, and in my mind anyway, if anybody else feels that way is another story, but in my mind, I felt like it was always where I belonged, and what I should be doing. Obviously, there were times where money was… but instead of, ‘Man, I need to get me a job at the Jiffy Lube and figure out something else later on…’, It was, ‘What can we do to make this product where we want to see it?"
The Undertaker has been with WWE for nearly 30 years now, and he has done practically everything he possibly could such as winning most of the titles WWE has or had up for grabs, forming tag teams, and being involved in various storylines and angles.
Undertaker is now 52 years of age, and made his debut in WWE back in 1990 nearly 30 years ago. Taker has appeared at 26 WrestleManias with a record of 24-2.
With reported surgery on his hip in the past year and a slew of other issues, fans have to wonder how much longer the Phenom can go on.
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