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The Undertaker thinks he could still squeeze out one more match



Although The Undertaker has stated he is retired, he knows he could do another match if he wanted to do so.

The Undertaker hasn't wrestled since his Boneyard Match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 in 2020, which was heavily praised for the cinematic style. Taker had his Final Farewell at Survivor Series 2020 and is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this Friday.

While doing an interview with WESH, Taker was asked if he would consider doing one more match.

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"Do I have one more match in me? If I had to, I could probably squeeze one out. In my mind and heart, I could go forever, but trying to get the body to deliver what my mind and heart see is the difficult point after all these years. I never want to tarnish the legacy I created and be less than what people expect. I really doubt there is any scenario that puts me back in the ring, but this is the WWE and you never say never."

The Undertaker’s last match in front of a live crowd was when he won the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet match at WWE Super ShowDown 2020. That was more of an angle to set up his Mania match with Styles as he showed up towards the end.