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5 reasons The Undertaker should retire from his iconic Wrestlemania matches

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Undertaker left most of his gear in the ring after losing to Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 33
Undertaker left most of his gear in the ring after losing to Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 33

With Wrestlemania 35 just few days away with one Raw telecast left, the WWE universe has accepted that they will not be witnessing an official match of The Undertaker at the Grandest stage of them all this year.

The Undertaker has become synonymous with Wrestlemania due to his 21 straight victories at the PPV and his highly anticipated iconic matches, but it has been almost three decades since he started performing, which can be considered long for the average wrestling career.

With that being said, here are 5 reasons why The Dead Man should finally retire from his traditional Wrestlemania matches.


#5 The Undertaker is NOT a dead man in real life

The Undertaker photographed a few years ago, looking too frail to wrestle.
The Undertaker photographed a few years ago, looking too frail to wrestle.

At times, the WWE fans can be too captivated with the storylines and characters that they forget that their beloved superstars are humans, feeling the pain and emotions like the rest of us, but that is what wrestling entertainment is all about!

We have become so desperate to see the Undertaker wrestle at Wrestlemania year after year that we have forgotten that The Dead Man has already aged 54 years. With this age it has become difficult for him to wrestle even as a part timer or performing at all. This is the reason we witnessed a squash match between him and John Cena last year, serving its purpose in satisfying the fans for a much-awaited appearance.

We have constantly seen him getting tired and out of breath only after a couple of minutes into a match. It is impossible for him to be a part of lengthy and physical matches, and performing the way he did a decade ago.

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