The Undertaker's main event match against Roman Reigns may be the last one of his career. Many have started to make speculations about Mark William Calaway’s (The Undertaker) career as a professional wrestler to be over.
Although WWE hasn't made the news official there are certain indications that lead us to believe that this will be Undertaker's final showdown.
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The Undertaker is injured and he has been facing many health issues. Yes! Reports are that Callaway felt a lot of pain after his show at the Royal Rumble, in January. Later, the 52-year-old Calaway was seen using crutches as he went through a hip surgery this past September. A number of photos were posted online. Take a look.
Another photo of The Undertaker. You can see the crutches in his trunk which tells you it's his. I hope he heals up soon. pic.twitter.com/teU8Lz0Axu— Zack Lethal ? (@TheZackLethal) October 12, 2016
The off-screen incident followed with an on-screen announcement. Another indication came on the Monday Night Raw when Roman Reigns told Shawn Micheals,
“Undertaker retired you, and I’m going to retire The Undertaker.”
Nevertheless, we have a lot of evidence to not believe this will be The Undertaker's final event. There have been speculations about The Undertaker retiring pretty much in every Wrestlemania this decade.
Still, proving the speculations wrong he kept on going even after his defeat to Brock Lesnar in WrestleMania 30.
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So, it's nothing for certain that this is going to be The Deadman’s final bow until the moment it’s officially announced.