During his very long career in this business, the Deadman The Undertaker has allowed himself very few public appearances and has never broken the kayfabe. Guest in the latest edition of Hotboxin with Mike Tyson, the Phenom highlighted how social media has also had a great impact on pro-wrestling: "Today's world is controlled by social media, there's no denying it.
Social media has a huge impact on all aspects of our society, including wrestling. It's hard for me to watch wrestlers today because everyone shares every single detail of their life online. You can't be a certain type of guy on TV and then a completely different person on social media, that's not acceptable.
There is a significant gap compared to the past, if you understand me. I'm not a fan of this mechanism, but I can't help it."
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The Undertaker had his last match at WrestleMania 36, before officially retiring at Survivor Series 2020.
Last year, the Undertaker was deservedly inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Vince McMahon himself. Although his career is now over, fans do not want to resign themselves to the idea of never seeing him in the ring again.
While greatly appreciating people's affection, iTaker is firm on his decision: "If my body would let me, I'd still be in the ring. There are so many fans asking me to go back to wrestling, but they are not in a position to do so.
People would be disappointed and I would risk ruining my image. If I had the feeling that I could step into the ring and give a worthy show to the fans, I would without any hesitation, but I have to accept that I can't." The Deadman was one of the protagonists of Raw 30, in which he took part in a beautiful segment with Bray Wyatt.