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The Undertaker On WrestleMania Match He Was “So Disappointed” With

The Undertaker

The Undertaker is synonymous with WrestleMania but now the WWE icon has opened up about his one performance at The Show Of Shows that left him disappointed.

The Undertaker built a legacy like no other with his WrestleMania Streak that saw him go undefeated for over two decades on The Grandest Stage Of Them All.

Ahead of his WWE Hall Of Fame induction, The Undertaker spoke to Shakiel Mahjouri for SHAK Wrestling where he revealed that his outing with Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 33 left a sour taste in his mouth:

“I was so disappointed in my performance with Roman at that Mania. I could give you a hundred excuses and my hip was this and all of that, but I’m the one that made the decision to do it so I need to accept the consequences of that decision.”

The Undertaker went on to add that it was gratifying being able to go out on his own terms at WrestleMania 36 in the cinematic Boneyard Match with AJ Styles:

“But, yes, it was very gratifying. One, it was special because I’ve always wanted to work with AJ. The original plan was to actually do it in a ring and more conventional manner but to be able to share such a unique match and go out with such a positive – I think it was the best-case scenario for me.”

“I don’t know if the match had been in a wrestling ring, although I was in great shape and felt really good and motivated, I think everything worked out the way that it should. I left on an extremely high note and I was personally satisfied and that was what I was searching for those last few years. Is that one match that I could hang my hat on and say, ‘I’m done, I’m good. It’s time to go home.”

The Undertaker is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon on the 1st of April. The Deadman will be joined in the Class of 2022 by Vader, Queen Sharmell, and The Steiner Brothers.