At WWE Survivor Series, it is going to be the “Final Farewell” for The Undertaker. The firm and the Deadman have definitely constructed this as much as be the final time we’ll see The Undertaker in a WWE ring.
While an look as a WWE Hall of Fame inductee is assured, some are already questioning if that is really the final that we are going to see of The Phenom. Because with regards to retirement in skilled wrestling, this stuff hardly ever final. Even Shawn Michaels had another match after his retirement at WrestleMania 26.
Triple H feels that The Undertaker can do “regardless of the f*** he desires” with regards to his retirement from WWE
The COO of WWE, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, sat down with Sports Illustrated to debate the legacy of The Undertaker and precisely what he means to the trade.
When the topic of the Deadman’s retirement got here up, Triple H pulled no punches. HE mentioned precisely how he felt when it got here to Undertaker’s future with WWE.
“Someone asked me the other day, ‘Do I think he should retire? I’ve also been asked, ‘If he stays retired, shouldn’t he stay retired? Will he come back in two years? Won’t that be a mistake?’ When it comes to all that, I can only give my opinion. He represents everything amazing about our business. There is a uniqueness to it; he’s different from any other character. That’s why I think Mark Calaway should be able to do whatever the f*** he wants. He’s earned that right.”
Well, it is definitely exhausting to argue with Triple H’s logic there. Make positive to tune in to WWE Survivor Series tonight at 7 PM EST on the WWE Network for The Undertaker “Final Farewell”.
Published 23 Nov 2020, 05:16 IST