The Undertaker did an interview with The New York Post to promote his “Final Farewell” at next Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view event.
During the chat, Taker was asked about his boss of thirty years, Vince McMahon. Many people see McMahon as a ruthless businessman. Taker doesn’t see him that way, but rather someone he’s trusted for three decades.
Taker also dismissed the idea of McMahon being the reason for him continuously coming back for matches even though Taker was sometimes not keen on working.
“He’s a caring human being, not the monster that people think that he is. I’ve never taken for granted the special opportunity he gave me. If Vince feels like there’s still something there, I have a place on the roster, then I had no problem doing it.
That’s where the internet and all that stuff kind of show up, ‘Just let him retire, just let him do this, let him do that.’ I’m a grown man. I can walk away anytime I want.”
Taker also talked about Bray Wyatt, Survivor Series, and more. Check out the full interview here.