The Undertaker has previously shed the in-ring character he possesses ahead of his retirement bringing out more of his Mark Callaway persona. Now he is showing more sides of being a human and not being a Deadman, anymore. He has recently joined popular social media app TikTok. The account can be found at @undertaker on the popular social media platform. He was yet to post any videos as of this writing.
Currently, The Undertaker has 47,700 followers on TikTok which is a video-sharing social media app that was launched in the fall of 2016. Based on China, this app gained immense popularity over the last couple of years. All kinds of people are attracted to it but mainly teenagers have made this infamous. There are reportedly more than 500,000,000 users on the site and most are under the age of 30.
While a name like The Undertaker joining TikTok, could attract more members from WWE Universe to the platform, the company producing the app is currently dealing with controversy ad reported by wrestlingINC.com,
“The Chinese parent company having authoritarian links to the Chinese government. There are user privacy and national security concerns from several countries, including the United States and England, which has led to the US government considering a ban on the app. Republicans and Democrats in America have both issued memos on the app with the Democratic National Committee warning campaigns to use extra security measures while on the app.”
Recently, India has also banned TikTok and 49 other Chinese apps. They have banned downloading these apps from Playstore and also asked the internet providers not to support connection for these particular apps. In this circumstance, The Undertaker being a member of TikTok is quite significant.
The Phenome launched a Twitter account in January 2019 whereas he also launched an Instagram account back in May 2018. Making clarifications about his appearances on social media, The Undertaker appeared on The Bill Simmons Podcast back in May of this year and stated the following,
“I got a social media account, it’s probably less than two years, right? You know, the writing was on the wall,” Taker said. “I got more matches behind me than I do in front of me. And, people are saying like, ‘Dude, you need to get yourself out there because your wrestling career is coming to an end. Now, it’s time to cash in on the brand, you know, the stuff that you didn’t do all these years.'”
As of now, The Undertaker is done for with his in-ring career from the WWE as per the updates received during Undertaker- The Last Ride documentary.
He’s contended with the experience he had during the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36 against AJ Styles and he won’t mind if not stepping into the ring, ever. However, if WWE needs his appearance badly then he’d be in considering how loyal he is to the company.