Regardless of whether or not you tune in for Backlash this weekend, make sure you watch the fourth chapter of the incredible Undertaker Last Ride documentary series that drops on the WWE Network this Sunday.
For the first time ever, Undertaker has left the cameras into his home where he speaks not as “The Deadman”, but as Mark Calaway. The documentaries give an honest representation of The Undertaker’s struggles with regards to retiring and injuries.
Speaking to CBS, The Undertaker has revealed that filming for the documentary has not yet been completed. This is incredibly surprising given that the final episode is set to drop on the WWE Network in just over 10 days.
Some have speculated that the documentary may be used to set up a final match for “The Deadman”, possibly for this year’s SummerSlam or Survivor Series events. During the interview, ‘Taker opened up about his final match:
Right now, I don’t know. Obviously, I want to go out with a match on the big stage with a performance that you will think, ‘That is The Undertaker that I have known and have watched for 30 years. I just want to be at that level so people can say, ‘Why on earth are you retiring? Why are you retiring when there is so much left in the tank. I think that match is still in me, and I think I can deliver it. I think once that match is there, I think I can walk away and be happy. This doc has really changed my perspective on a lot of things. It’s a personal thing, I don’t think I have anything left to prove to anyone. This is an internal thing and, in my mind, I’ve envisioned my exit and I’m just trying to find that exit.”
With regards to a final opponent for The Undertaker, several names have been thrown about including Bray Wyatt, Aleister Black and even NXT star Finn Balor.
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