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WWE legend The Undertaker ‘retires’ in style

Light goes off, flames lit up, then out of nowhere a man wearing a long raincoat and a round hat appears amid thick smoke and nobody doubts that this is The Undertaker.

Mark William Calaway alias The Undertaker has ruled the wrestling world and hearts of his fans for about 27 years. His career with WWE seems to have finally come to an end after 27 years. This came to understand after he lost to Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 33. He was known as ‘the first world champion to have no last name’.

Just like the one of WWE’s biggest legends makes entry up to the wrestling ring, he has retired in style. Putting off his gloves and other wrestling gears in the ring he stepped out of the WWE.

“There will never be a undertaker again, I leave on my final last ride with WWE . I say “May my legacy Rest in peace”,” wrote The Undertaker on his Twitter account.

Here’s how his fans and colleagues reacted to this news on Twitter:


Calaway is a US wrestler. He began his career with World Class Championship Wrestling 1984. Later he wrestled for World Championship Wrestling as “Mean Mark” from 1989 to 1990.

He signed with the then World Wrestling Federation (now World Wrestling Entertainment) in 1990.

Calaway is the storyline older half-brother of fellow wrestler Kane. Both the wrestlers have teamed up as The Brothers of Destruction.



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