Jim Ross Negotiating for Full-Time WWE Return
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Apr 06, 2017,
Apr 06, 2017, 7:08
Wrestlemania 33 has ended and so as Undertakers career.
WWE fans believe that The Undertaker has brought the curtain down on his legendary career at Wrestlemania 33.
The Raw after WrestleMania is known for being one of the best shows of every year.
Wrestling history is filled with performers that returned after they retired, and The Undertaker has yet to announce that he's had his last WWE match. The Undertaker, 52, considered the Phenom of the WWE, took on arguably the company's biggest star, Roman Reigns, 31, during the "showcase of the immortals".
Taker left his trademark stetson hat and leather duster in the ring before sharing a kiss with his wife.
But there are reports and rumours that The Undertaker hasn't always been portrayed by the same man, Mark Calaway - the wrestler's real name.
Let's take a look at what the future might hold for the top WWE superstars after WrestleMania 33.
The Undertaker by all appearances walked away from the wrestling industry one last time following an emotional WrestleMania main event on Sunday night. But on Sunday, he lost to Roman Reigns, making his record 23-2.
Brock Lesnar beat Goldberg for the Universal Championship title, and Randy Orton beats Bray Wyatt for the most popular title WWE Championship. He encountered several Spears and Superman Punches before getting pinned.
In the interview above (shot just before their big return to the WWE ring) you can hear Matt and Jeff talk about what they expect the moment to be like.
There were plenty of highlights to Wrestlemania 33 yesterday.
The match between Triple H and Seth Rollins turned out to be a tremendous contest.
The report adds that there were also some "Tombstone Piledrivers", Taker's signature move, as "The Deadman" tried to defeat Reigns.