One of WWE’s most legendary stars, The Undertaker, has removed all references to being a WWE star from all of his social media accounts.
He has instead replaced it with a web address for anyone looking to book him.
Dave Meltzer wrote in a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that there were no plans for the Undertaker to have a match at WrestleMania 35, which could indicate that the Dead Man is done with WWE for the time being.
Meltzer also noted that he had been surprised to see ‘Taker promoting his gimmick outside of WWE, something he hasn’t done before.
The Undertaker’s future in WWE has been uncertain for some time, with him only making very rare appearances at some of WWE’s biggest grossing shows. His performance at Crown Jewel was the clearest indication yet that it’s probably time for him to hang up his cloak, and it would be hard for anyone to argue that he doesn’t deserve a peaceful retirement.
Ahead of his match at WrestleMania 33 with Roman Reigns, Undertaker said the following:
“Dealing with the numerous injuries that I work around, I’m not prepared physically as well as I could. That’s kind of the big issue, just making sure there’s always enough gas in the tank. One of my biggest fears is kind of becoming a parody of myself. They happen to buy a ticket to see Undertaker wrestle, they should get the best Undertaker I can give them. You always wonder when you walk into the dressing room, ‘oh, here comes the old guy again.’ Yeah, just an old guy who’s not afraid to put a size 15 [shoe] up your ass if you get out of line.”
There has been no official confirmation that ‘Taker is done with WWE, or any reason to suggest he won’t be back, but it’s certainly an interesting development in his already illustrious career.
This was first reported by wrestlinginc.com