Wrestling legend The Undertaker officially retires from WWE after 30 years

The Undertaker Retires

After 30 years of wrestling, The Undertaker real name Mark Calaway, 55, has officially retired from WWE.

The fighter from Houston, Texas, has entertained WWE fans for three decades.

In an incredible career he earned seven WWE world titles and went 21-0 at WrestleMania with the famous undefeated ‘Streak’.

But more than that, he wowed fans across the globe, earning their respect with amazing matches and arguably the greatest character in wrestling history.

Undertaker who finally bade goodbye to his fans on the Survivor Series, he made his epic entrance, as the bell tolled, thunder and lightning struck.

The famous “Un-der-taker” hockey chant rang out when he reached the ring and brought the lights up.

He then had a message for the fans: “For 30 long years, I’ve made that slow walk to this ring and have laid people to rest time and time again.

“And now my time has come.”

As “thank you, Taker” boomed out, he intoned: “My time has come to let The Undertaker rest in peace.”

Then, in a moment which had fans around the world in tears, he dropped down to one knee and struck his iconic pose, before a hologram of his late, great manager, Paul Bearer, appeared above the ring.

Watch the video below:

Comments are closed.