The Undertaker is a legend in his own time within the wrestling world, but could these coming months be the last we see of the Dead Man? Fans have been speculating Undertaker (real name Mark Calaway) would be retiring for what seems like a decade now. However, with WWE dropping a new trailer for their upcoming series “The Last Ride”, it very well could be. Watch the new trailer below.
This November, it will be 30 years since the Undertaker’s debut in the WWE and easily one of the longest tenures in the company’s history as an active character. In the video, Calaway explains what he’s been thinking. “For the last few years I’ve had this internal struggle about wanting to stay too long and become a parody of myself.”
The series will also have brand-new interviews with Calaway, his wife and former WWE Divas Champion Michelle McCool including some of his biggest in-ring rivals and allies like WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Paul Levesque (Triple H), John Cena, Roman Reigns, Dave Bautista, Ric Flair, Adam “Edge” Copeland, Shawn Michaels, and Mick Foley.
It was speculated that Wrestlemania 33 after his loss to Roman Reigns that the Undertaker had retired, but obviously, that’s not the case that’s not the case. Calaway insists on leaving on his own terms.
The first episode airs this Sunday after the Money In The Bank pay-per-view, but the schedule for the proceeding episodes is as follows:
- Chapter 1 – Sunday, May 10 at approximately 10 PM ET
- Chapter 2 – Sunday, May 17 on demand beginning at 10 AM ET
- Chapter 3 – Sunday, May 24 on demand beginning at 10 AM ET
- Chapter 4 – Sunday, June 14 on demand beginning at 10 AM ET
- Chapter 5 – Sunday, June 21 on demand beginning at 10 AM ET
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