3 reasons why the Undertaker should retire after Wrestlemania 35
The Undertaker will easily go down as one of the most iconic Superstars in the history of WWE. In an unprecedented career spanning 3 decades, “The Deadman” has given WWE fans memories that will last a lifetime.
His run of 21 straight victories at Wrestlemania, famously referred to as “The Streak”, is widely considered as one of the greatest achievements in the history of Sports Entertainment. He has a staggering 26 appearances at Wrestlemania.
No Superstar in the history of WWE has matched the aura of the Undertaker when it came to “The Grandest Stage Of Them All”, and probably no one ever will.
In this article, let us look at 3 reasons why Wrestlemania 35 should be the last for the Undertaker.
3. Nothing left to prove
Is there anything left for the Undertaker to prove to anybody? He is a 7 time World Champion, a Royal Rumble winner, and of course, has had a stellar run at Wrestlemania.
He has had feuds with the biggest legends of WWE like Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Kane, Big Show, Ric Flair, Randy Orton, Brock Lesnar etc.
He is one of the most respected superstars in the WWE, and has been the face of the company for over a quarter of a century.
Now, having had such an illustrious career, Wrestlemania XXXV will be the right time for “The Phenom” to walk into the sunset.
2. He is well past his prime
For the past 2 years now, The Undertaker has been struggling in the ring. The Tag Team match at Crown Jewel between ‘The Brothers Of Destruction’ and ‘D Generation X’ proved that age is indeed catching up with “The Deadman”.
Right from his match at Wrestlemania XXIII against Roman Reigns, The Undertaker has not been able to force the pace in the ring.
He is now clearly struggling to work in long matches, and has had his fair share of injuries as well.
At 54, ‘The Phenom’ is indeed well past his prime, and should retire from the ring.