The Undertaker was recently interviewed by ET Online, where he spoke about the Escape The Undertaker interactive film that's available on Netflix currently, and how he had fears that it would take him away from his character's roots.
"I worked with them a little in the ring, but not nearly -- I never had a program or really spent a lot of time being creative with them. I think what was really the coolest part of it is their energy, right? They have this dynamic positive energy and then you put that in contrast to The Undertaker, which is obviously a dark force and I was a little leery at the beginning when I'm thinking you know, conceptually. Is it going to be too funny or will it take The Undertaker too far out of his roots? But it was just the opposite. Their energy played against mine so well."
Undertaker confirmed that he plans on staying retired.
"Yeah, my days in the ring are done and it's not because I don't want to be in the ring. I mean, that is where I've spent most of my adult life my whole life really, more than half of my life has been spent in the wrestling or sports entertainment ring. In my mind, I still can see everything and in my heart, I want to be out there but it's just at a point where my body can't deliver what my mind and my heart see, my body can't deliver that and I just don't want to cheapen the legacy of that character. I'd hate for people to pay money to see me work and be disappointed."