The Undertaker had a Boneyard Match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 this year in what was one of the first cinematic matches presented by WWE. It was highly praised by many fans and some even speculated that it could be a good way to end his career with.
While doing an interview with Jan Murphy of The Toronto Sun, Taker discussed how he knows that his in-ring career is coming to an end.
“I’ll never, ever retire completely. I may not get in the ring and wrestle anymore, but I’ll always somehow be involved I’m sure within the industry. For 30 years, I’ve been a mainstay in the ring.”
Taker noted how the final episode of his WWE Network docuseries isn’t done yet and he’s not sure whether it has brought him closure just yet.
“It’s hard to say right now. We haven’t finished the last episode (of the docuseries). At this point right now, today, it’s hard to really give you a definitive answer.”
When the topic of working WrestleMania 37 next yet in Los Angeles next year is possible, Taker made it known that he doesn’t have much interest in doing an empty arena match. He also brought up how making it to WrestleMania again will take something interesting for him to do.
“It would be tough to try to look forward to going and performing a match in an empty warehouse. You never say never, but to make it to Mania again, it’s going to take something really, really juicy.”
Taker also talked about the docuseries, his legacy, Shawn Michaels, and much more. You can check out the full interview here.