- Undertaker debuted in the wrestling scene in November 1990
- He has gone on to become one of the greatest icon in the WWE series
- The 55-year-old will be bidding final farewell to the rings in the forthcoming Survivor Series
Undertaker will be celebrating 30 years in the ring when and will bid his final farewell to wrestling at the forthcoming Survivor Series.
He is set to make final appearance and fans will have a chance to celebrate the wrestling icon who debuted the event about 30 years ago and went on to enjoy an astonishing career.
There had been reports that Undertaker had retired, however the WWE has finally confirmed that his final appearance will be at the Survivor Series.
WWE said in a statement as cited in SunSport:
"Undertaker’s Final Farewell will take place at Survivor Series on Sunday, November 22 at 7pm ET streaming live around the world on WWE Network, capping off The Phenom’s legendary 30-year career.
"One of the most iconic Superstars in WWE history, and a pop culture phenomenon, Undertaker made his WWE debut at Survivor Series on November 22, 1990."
Rumours had made the rounds that the 55-year-old had left the wrestling scene in the wake of a documentary ‘The Last Ride’ which was released last summer.
In the final episode of the documentary, Undertaker declared he had retired but fans called for one last outing of their hero.
It was also suggested that Undertaker’s final match would come in Wrestlemania 37 where he will likely face off with John Cena.
One of the major highpoints of his career was his undefeated streak at the age of 21 when he claimed multiple WWE Championships with top encounters like Hulk Hogan, Triple H and Shawn Michaels.
A whopping 27.6 per cent of voters picked the American, ahead of Steve Austin and The Rock, who completed the readers' podium, according to recent poll conducted by SunSport.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Adebayo Akinfenwa is reportedly considering a wrestling career as he holds talks with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) company over a possible move into the Vince McMahon’s wrestling promotion.
The 38-year-old Wycombe Wanderers’ striker was recently named the strongest player in the world according to Fifa 21 ratings.
Consequently, a career in professional wrestling seems possible for a man popularly called ‘The Beast’.
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