WWE legend The Undertaker officially retires

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

WWE legend The Undertaker has officially retired. He made the announcement official on Sunday night at the Survivor Series.

It was previously announced this summer during the final episode of Undertaker: The Last Ride documentary that he was retired. WWE promoted his retirement leading up to the Survivor Series.

The Undertaker
The Undertaker (Photo by the WWE)

This event was the 30th anniversary of The Undertaker’s WWE debut. He also closed the pay-per-view show.

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“My time has come to let The Undertaker rest in peace,” he said.

He spent 32-years in the industry. He made his wrestling debut on June 26, 1987.

At Survivor Series, he also paid tribute to Paul Bearer. William Moody passed away on March 5, 2013 at 58-years-old.

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Bearer managed The Undertaker for a long-time. His cause of death was a heart attack.

In his career, he was best remembered as The Undertaker. Mark Calaway was also known as Commando, Mark Callous, Master of Pain, Mean Mark, Punisher, Punisher Dice Morgan, Texas Red, Texas Red Jack, and Kane.

Some of his signature moves include the Tombstone, Choke slam, Last Ride, Old School Rope Walk, Hell’s Gate, and Snake Eyes.

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The 55-year-old won his final match. He defeated A.J. Styles in a Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36.

In fact, his final four matches were a win. Besides the WrestleMania 36 win, he also won a Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet that also featured Styles, Andrade, Bobby Lashley, Erick Rowan, and R-Truth in February.

In 2019, he won a No Holds Barred match with Roman Reigns in a win over Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon. He also defeated Goldberg at WWE Super ShowDown 2019.

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His final loss came at the WWE Crown Jewel 2018 when D-Generation X (Triple H and Shawn Michaels) defeated The Brothers of Destruction (Kane and The Undertaker) on November 2nd, 2018 at King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

In his career, he competed in 2,388 matches. He won 74.5% of those fights with 1,779 wins. He lost 514 bouts and had 95 draws.

In his career, he was a three-time World Heavyweight Champion and a four-time WWE Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion.

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He also was a WWF Hardcore Championship. He was the WCW World Tag Team Champion and a six-time WWF World Tag Team Champion.

In addition, he was a three-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion. He was a USWA Texas Heavyweight Champion as The Punisher and a USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion as The Master of Pain.

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