There was a lot of talk about the final episode of “Undertaker: Last Ride” about whether Taker had really retired or not.
If Vince was in trouble, would he come back? I guess time will only tell there, “Taker said towards the end of Chapter 5.” In case the emergency glass breaks, remove The Undertaker. I mean I would have to consider that. Never say never, but at this point in my life, and in my career, I don’t feel like going back to the ring … I’m at one point, this time the cowboy really leaves. “
However, during an interview with Sports Illustrated, he indicated that it is not over yet.
Taker, who recently signed a 15-year contract with WWE, says he doesn’t plan to fight for another 15 years, noting that the contract means that he will be involved in the fighting business in other ways.
Taker has admitted that retirement will come very soon, but his match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 is probably not the end for him.
“Physically, it is getting harder and harder to do what I do,” Taker told Sports Illustrated. He continued: “My mind says yes, but my body says: ‘Slow down.’ There has to be a time when I step aside. It costs me a lot of work even the limited hours that I do. I still have young children, I also need to think about them. “
He added: “I can’t do the things I used to do. But if my name is on the card, my goal is to try to get out and steal the show. I can’t go out and do half a donkey. Otherwise, I’m cheating on someone. Finally, I will be the one to make that decision. “
WrestleMania 37 is slated to take place in Los Angeles in 2021. There is already speculation among fans on social media that Taker’s last game could be on that show, as it would be more appropriate for his last game to take place in front of a packed stadium. .