WWE News: No Retirement for The Undertaker; Booker T Talks The Deadman

By Pradeep Singh | 1 week ago
WWE News: No Retirement for The Undertaker; Booker T Talks The Deadman
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The Undertaker seems he hasn’t aged in 20 years. When he returned to WrestleMania 32, the wrestling fans thought he would announce his retirement. But he again announced his come back on the 900th episode of SmackDown LIVE.

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Everyone is just guessing about his retirement. Booker T, WWE Hall of Famer, recently talked about The Deadman and his possible retirement from the ring.

Booker T said that for long 20 years The Undertaker has been seen in almost all the important games. He has been strong and always at his best. But one day he has to put an end to his career saying, “I’m done with it”.

When Is The Undertaker Retiring?

Recently, Taker underwent a knee surgery. But his announcement no doubt hints that he will now be seen more often. On the knee surgery, Booker T said that The Deadman was to do more work done on it but he did not do that. It is because it would not have let him to appear and work WrestleMania 33, reports Inquisitr.

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The Undertaker

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He is already pushing his body and mind hard for nearly three decades. It is really hard to do, especially for The Undertaker considering his body and health, said Booker T.

He added that The Deadman is still alive and well. No one can say how long The Deadman can go? His mind is pushing his body. He has so far had several surgeries. But, he has always returned stronger.

When Booker T asked The Undertaker about his surgery and WrestleMania, he said, “Hey man, I could have got it worked on a little bit more, but I got to be there for the big show.”

The exact date of The Deadman’s return to the ring is not yet announced. However, it is rumored that he would face AJ Styles for the WWE World Title.

So, it is clear now that The Undertaker is not going to retire any time soon. He will return to the ring soon. And until he doesn’t say he’s done, no one can guess when he will call it the day.

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