The 'Deadman' Undertaker retires and bids farewell to WWE fans, says 'My time is over'

Nov 23 2020 05:16 PM
The 'Deadman' Undertaker retires and bids farewell to WWE fans, says 'My time is over'

Washington: Wrestling superstar The Undertaker has said goodbye to the WWE Universe. The Undertaker was farewell during Survivor Series in a very emotional manner. Let us tell you that Undertaker, whose real name is Mark Callaway, stepped into the WWE world on November 22, 1990 from Survivor Series. Undertaker has a lot of fan following all over the world.

Sunday was the 20th year of his career, and on this day, Undertaker stepped into the WWE ring for the last time with his character-like gestures and costume. Undertaker said that my time in the ring is over.  During this time WWE Legends Triple H, Sean Michaels, Ric Flair and Kane were also present. He congratulated The Undertaker for his 30-year career.

In an interview given to a media channel last week, the WWE legend Undertaker said that he was proud of his career and did not want anything else, given his achievements and the immense love he received from people. He said that people have given me a lot of love and this is the biggest achievement of my life.

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