If the WWE docuseries Funeral director: The Last Ride is anything to be thought, wrestling star The Funeral director has thrown in the towel after being in the game for a long time.
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) June 22, 2020
In the last scene of the narrative, The Last Ride, The Funeral director admitted that he wants to return to the ring now.
“On the off possibility that there was ever an ideal consummation of a profession, that spot was it. If Vince was after all other options have been exhausted, would I return? I surmise time will tell there. If there should arise an experience of crisis, break glass, you pull out The Funeral director. I would need to think about that. The state never, yet now in my life and my vocation, I want to get back in the ring.”
It was trailed by WWE posting this tweet:
— WWE (@WWE) June 21, 2020
His last battle was against AJ Styles at Wrestlemania 36, which Funeral director believes is the ‘immaculate closure’ of his profession.
In the interim, his fans and supporters have been pouring their assessments on Twitter, expressing gratitude toward the wrestling star for making their youth astonishing.
— 💛AMAN 👅 (@tonyyy9981) June 22, 2020
— 紫雷イオ Fanpage #NXTWOMENSCHAMPION (@QueenIoShirai) June 22, 2020
The first wrestling match I ever saw was The Undertaker vs Mankind in a Boiler Room Match. I was 6 years old & watched his career ever since.
— Xavier Omär | Hot Javi (@XvrOmar) June 21, 2020
Hear this song still giving me goosebumps!!! Was always very exciting to see @undertaker entrance, his presence was unique just extraordinary, he is the GREATEST OF ALL TIME
For this and for everything he did #ThankYouTaker pic.twitter.com/rWwosuQhFp
— Lily ✨ (@BellasflairK2) June 22, 2020
After almost 33 years of wrestling, The Undertaker has decided to officially retire
As a wrestling fan, he is one of the most iconic names you can think of as a wrestler. Even people who don't watch wrestling know who The Undertaker is.
— TRAFON (@RiseFallNick) June 21, 2020
— Juan (@TheJuanSerafin) June 21, 2020
— Derek Johnston (@AlwaysRangers) June 21, 2020
If The Undertaker doesn't wrestle again I'm absolutely fine with that.
He has given so much to professional wrestling – he deserves to go out on his own terms.
And I think the boneyard match was the perfect way to end such a wonderful career.#TheLastRide
— Mark (@WrestlingJebus) June 21, 2020
The finish of a period.