It seems there is no ending to this “retirement” episode regarding the Undertaker. Ever since he had his match against Shane McMahon at this year’s Wrestlemania, a number of rumors were surfaced onto the internet and there’s no stopping to it.
According to the previous reports that surfaced the internet suggested that Undertaker has informed that the Hell in a Cell match against Shane McMahon at Wrestlemania 32 was going to be his last at the event. He himself too was seen telling people backstage after the mega match that he had competed in his last bout at Wrestlemania. If you have noticed carefully, then you must have noticed that after the end of the match Undertaker pulled off his gloves and left it in the ring which was an indication that the Phenom may not be seen at the grandest stage after this.

The latest reports from dailywrestlingnews.com suggest that the battle-torn Deadman himself spelled it out to Mr. McMahon that there’s no fight left in him and he does not want to appear anymore, in any event, to wrestle again ever.

The Undertaker was scheduled to appear in two live events at the WWE’s annual UK tour which got cancelled at the very last moment. This rumor turns out to be a legit reason for the sudden absence. Though, the Chairman of WWE is pretty confident that he will make the Phenome lace up his boots once more to send him off with a proper match at next year’s Wrestlemania. The CEO believes that the 51-year-old just needs some time to recharge his batteries and stay away from wrestling for now.
Vince McMahon wants Undertaker to have one last match at Wrestlemania 33, possibly against John Cena which will mark as the Deadman’s proper send-off. This bout was previously scheduled for this year’s Wrestlemania but got nixed due to Cena’s shoulder injury. Though, dailywrestlingnews.com suggests that Cena most probably will involve in the title picture heading towards Orlando, Florida but that change of plans can take place anytime. Vince knows the proper storyline and some space for the Deadman will automatically push the trusted combat of the franchise to perform one last time at Wrestlemania.

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