He had the perfect send in his last game against AJ Styles where both defeated in a boneyard and Taker alike drew on his iconic biker persona. Fans on Twitter responded with condolences and wish the legend good luck. However, there were also those who were petrified of the possibility that Vince could again call him to show Saudi Arabia!
Twitter reacts to Undertaker retirement
Twitter got emotional, nostalgic and funny at the same time. Check out some of the best answers.
Undertaker riding towards the setting sun
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– Alastair McKenzie??????? (@ mckenzieas93V2) June 21, 2020
Popular opinion: When the Undertaker is inducted into the Hall of Fame, it should be the only one in its class.
– IBeast (@ x_Beast17_x) June 22, 2020
How sad I am to learn that the phenom has retired @undertaker @WWEI will never forget what he and the character did. I was bullied in 5th grade, but I mustered the courage to resist the abuser, and summoned my funeral home #ThankYouUndertaker
– Anthony D Légende (@bushwicklegend) June 22, 2020
At the beginning, it was The Undertaker the character of mystique, and the talent which made him a legend.
For 30 years, he didn’t want people to see the man behind the character.
– Darius Guerrero (@dariusguerrero) June 22, 2020
Childhood officially over …
– Chris Jones (@ Jonesy876) June 21, 2020
The Undertaker has revealed that he has no desire to fight again.
Surely, is there something symbolic and perfect on Tenant to go out with a match that everyone loved and he riding off on his motorbike, literally and figuratively in the same match? pic.twitter.com/JU7K6gvwJT
– Fight Features (@WrestleFeatures) June 21, 2020
Congratulations to the Undertaker on their 17th retirement from the wwe.
– Kyle (@kylekehler) June 22, 2020
The @undertaker seems to be a nice normal guy. My only complaint with him is that I wish he would have hung on a few years ago. I understand that it can be difficult, but it’s old to have a farewell tour every time it performs. Enjoy retirement!
– 2020 Suck (@ADipichiwitz) June 22, 2020
The Undertaker has announced that he is retired.
Undertaker and how we look at it today is why I hate it when athletes return from retirement.
Instead of celebrating an iconic career, no one is really sure if it is done right and they will not get the full appreciation it deserves.
– Ronnie K (@RonnieKRadio) June 22, 2020
I was 24 when The Undertaker declared retirement from the ring. 2020
– Mr. Klutch (@MindYouWill) June 22, 2020
The Phenom was an essential element of our childhood. If it is indeed the end, then it is indeed the end of an era. His legacy has been linked to that of WWE.
For years, Death, Man has carried WWE on his back. He stuck with them, even when the superstars were leaving the ship at WCW in light of a possible end of the route for the company. What’s more, he keeps appearing just because he wants to be useful to the company that gave him so much.
He still had the opportunity to take advantage of his long-returning retirement, perhaps after his era of game-defining against Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania. However, when you are in the business, it is always difficult to leave. We wish The Undertaker a very happy retirement and thank him for all the good memories over the years.