Please note that this post contains a spoiler for chapter 4 of “Last Ride: Undertaker.”
The episode kicks off with The Undertaker’s dedication to protecting his character in and out of the ring. He discussed how he never to do certain things because he was so protective of the character. Taker famously would never be shown in the crowd at the WWE Hall Of Fame induction ceremonies because he always wanted to keep his aura. It wasn’t until a year or so ago when he finally started to accept offers to do appearances and he established a presence on social media.
Taker also acknowledged that he had a brief falling out with Vince McMahon when it was announced that he was booked for Starrcast II in Las Vegas last year. Taker claimed that he had no idea that Starrcast was taking place during AEW Double Or Nothing weekend. AEW was not mentioned by name.
Taker was then shown with his family attending WrestleMania 35 as a spectator and he admitted that it bothered him not being part of the show. On the night before the show, McMahon asked him to fly home to get his gear so he could appear in a segment with Elias. Around that time is when they started to build towards a match for Saudi Arabia where Taker would face Goldberg in Saudi Arabia. That match ended up being a train wreck after Goldberg dropped Taker on his head but then Taker returned and had a good match when he teamed with Roman Reigns against Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon at Extreme Rules 2019.
After the match, Taker was shown in the Gorilla Position talking to McMahon. The audio picked up when Taker told McMahon that he was done as a wrestler. The episode ends with Taker walking backstage with AJ Styles. Chapter 5 is the final episode and will conclude with Taker’s match with Styles in the Boneyard Match from this year’s WrestleMania.
So if Taker is truly done, then we may get a definitive answer by next week.