Before Crown Jewel, rumors suggested that The Undertaker was spotted in Saudi Arabia. It was later confirmed that The Undertaker was in Riyadh to do the introduction for Pitbull's concert and was not present at the pay-per-view.
This sparked rumors of The Phenom making an appearance at Crown Jewel. For one brief moment, the WWE Universe was hopeful of catching a glimpse of The Deadman at the pay-per-view, but that didn’t happen. The Undertaker remains retired, as he declared at the 2020 Survivor Series.
The Undertaker has revealed that he won't be returning to in-ring action anytime soon
The Undertaker has been competing in the world of professional wrestling since the '80s. However, following his retirement in 2020, the former WWE World Champion has made it clear that he won't be returning to in-ring action anytime soon. The Phenom mentioned that his love for wrestling is still there, however, he would hate for the WWE Universe to pay their money to see him work and get disappointed.
“My days in the ring are done. It’s not because I don’t want to be in the ring and that is where I 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, and so in my mind, I still can see everything, and in my heart, you know, 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. And I'd hate for people to pay money to see me work and be disappointed."
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