#8 How Roman Reigns felt about the match against The Undertaker
Roman Reigns is seen sitting alone backstage after his match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33 and he gets very emotional. While recalling this moment during the documentary, Reigns revealed that it was heartbreaking for him. He said that looking at The Undertaker put his hat and gloves down made him emotional, and while the match was not perfect, he didn't regret one moment of it. He said that it wasn't easy for Undertaker to put on a match like that.
The Undertaker said that he gave the best he had but his physical condition didn't help him. His body was at the limit and he couldn't have done anything more.
#7 The Undertaker has had more than 15 surgeries in his career
Four weeks after WrestleMania 33, The Undertaker was ready for his hip surgery and he revealed that he had been going through this pain for more than 15 years. He arrived at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City to get his surgery.
During this part of the documentary, doctors ask Taker if he had any previous surgeries. He starts laughing and says that he has had surgeries from his head to toe and more than fifteen surgeries in total. This includes surgery on his shoulder, eye sockets, biceps, knees, and even fingers.
Taker was feeling much better and was walking pain-free for the first time in 15 years after he had this surgery. He said that a lot of time has gone into dealing with these surgeries over the years, and if he did not have to go through these procedures, he wouldn't be the same Undertaker we see today.