The Undertaker announces his retirement from WWE with his documentary 'Undertaker: The Last Ride'

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Legendary wrestler The Undertaker announced his retirement in the fifth and final installment of his documentary 'Undertaker: The Last Ride'.

Our childhood was a whole lot of watching Cartoon Network or watching WWE. It was a major part of our lives that made it worth remembering. While we had our own favourites from the wrestling show, one person who always made it to our list was The Undertaker. After years of his contribution, The Deadman who made our wrestling watching experience worthy has announced his retirement from the show.

In the final installment of his documentary, the Legendary wrestler Mark William Calaway announced his retirement after his in-ring career of three decades. Joining the company in 1990 and he made his debut on Television in November that year. He went on to become one among the superstars right at the start participating in the major title matches. He is a one-time Royal Rumble winner (2007), a 12-time Slammy Award winner, and also won the tag team titles six times. This seven-time world champion will be best remembered for his matches in Wrestlemania where he won 21 back-to-back matches. In 2018, he was able to defeat John Cena in less than 3 minutes. Soon after he announced his retirement, fans poured in their love for him, thanking him for all the amazing years.

Take a look:

— Stephen (@sgrounsell74) June 21, 2020

— м卂ภPŘє?? ??ℕค (@manpreetcena09) June 21, 2020

Thank you Taker for all the amazing years!

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