It has been quite some time since The Undertaker played a full role in WWE.
In recent years, The Phenom has only really been seen at the company’s biggest events, notably WrestleMania and money-spinning shows in the Middle East.
And there has been continued speculation that his illustrious career will finally come to an end in 2019.
The Deadman, real-name Mark Calaway, has been a staple for WWE since first stepping foot through the door almost 30 years ago.
But at the age of 53, and having undergone hip replacement surgery in the past 18 months, has now caused a social media storm that has left fans wondering if it is all finally over.
The WWE legend has left fans wondering about his future after replacing WWE from his social media accounts – replacing it with a web address for personal appearance bookings.
It follows on from reports that WWE chief Vince McMahon has no plans for ‘Taker to appear at WrestleMania 35 in April.
The former WWE champion, who debuted back at Survivor Series in 1990, hasn’t been seen since Crown Jewel in November, in which he and Kane were defeated by Shawn Michaels and Triple H.
And he is set to embark on a UK tour later this year, with shows in London, Glasgow and Manchester.
‘Taker has recently spoken of his fears of overstaying his welcome, saying: “One of my biggest fears is kind of becoming a parody of myself.
“They happen to buy a ticket to see Undertaker wrestle, they should get the best Undertaker I can give them.
“You always wonder when you walk into the dressing room, ‘oh, here comes the old guy again’. Yeah, just an old guy who’s not afraid to put a size 15 [shoe] up your a** if you get out of line.”
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