The 30 year career of WWE Legend Mark William Calaway popularly known as The Undertaker has come to an end after the former WWE champion said his goodbye at survivor series pay per view on Sunday 22nd of November,2020.
Considered by many as arguably the greatest in ring performer of all time, The Undertaker made his in ring debut at Survivor Series on November 22,1990. It is only befitting he retires at the same pay per view 30 years later.
The Undertaker retired as the longest serving wrestler in WWE history with a magnificent Wrestlemania record of 23-2. In his stellar career The Undertaker competed against the likes of Hulk Hogan, The Rock, John Cena, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Batista, Kane, Stone Cold, Aj Styles and Brock Lesnar.
At 55, he ends his professional wrestling career as a seven time world champion. He also held an unmatched and undefeated streak of 21 consecutive victories at Wrestlemania.
The chairman and owner of WWE Vince McMahon along with WWE legends tooks to social media to thank Taker for a remarkable career.