The Undertaker Admits He “Lost Sleep” Over Disappointing Recent WWE Appearance

The Undertaker

It’s been nearly three years since The Undertaker wrestled his final match for WWE. The bout occurred at WrestleMania 36, where Undertaker would defeat AJ Styles in the first-ever “Boneyard Match.”

Since then, Undertaker has lifted the kayfabe veil from his character and shown his real-life persona Mark Calaway to the world. With over three decades of public radio silence from Calaway, he has plenty of stories to tell, which he has recently taken on the road in front of audiences.

However, one show in particular did not go to plan.

The Undertaker Admits He “Lost Sleep” Over Disappointing Recent WWE Appearance

In an interview with Sports Illustrated, The Undertaker talked about his new spoken word tour, aptly named the “UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW.”

Feedback for the show has been very positive in the majority. Undertaker seems to be his own harshest critic, however, as he reflected on a recent performance.

“I went too long in the beginning. Part of the show dragged on too long. The first few shows almost came too easy. I wasn’t happy with parts of this one.”

While speaking to Sports Illustrated, Undertaker mentioned that he would lose sleep over the performance. Clearly, the former “Phenom” takes his show very seriously and gives his all to send fans home happy.

“It’s all about storytelling. That show wasn’t my best, but I’ll learn from it, and I won’t make the same mistakes in San Antonio. People deserve my very best. I’ll always strive to be better.”

The Undertaker recently resurfaced on WWE television, appearing in a segment at Raw XXX alongside Bray Wyatt and LA Knight. In the segment, after feeding Knight towards Wyatt for a Sister Abigail, Undertaker whispered something inaudible in Wyatt’s ear. Bray Wyatt broke his silence on the interaction shortly after the event.

Undertaker’s next “1 deadMAN SHOW” will be on Thursday, February 16th, in Montreal, Quebec.

H/T Sports Illustrated