The Undertaker comments on if he will come out of retirement at Wrestlemania 38 in Dallas

In an interview with to promote WWE Wrestlemania 38, The Undertaker commented on if he will come out of retirement for the event…

“I think it’s always in my head and in my heart, especially getting ready for WrestleMania here at AT&T Stadium it’s just like … man. But it’s just at a point where physically, I can’t perform at a level. I mean, I could go out and walk through something and I could get through a match. But I can’t give people what they expect at this point. When you see Undertaker, you pay money to see that guy wrestle. I can’t deliver physically on what people’s expectations are. … The passion is obviously still there. I think that will always be there. It’s just the physical side of it. … My time has come, my time has gone. This is the WWE and things happen, you never know. But I know that my time has passed and it’s time for these young guys to step up and take over and lead us to where we’re going.”

1-on-1 with WWE’s Undertaker: WrestleMania memories, plus a moment in Arlington he’ll never forget

It’s hard to imagine WrestleMania without picturing The Undertaker. After all, in his 30-year career with WWE, The Deadman became a phenomenon all his own compiling a 25-2 record at the event, including his unprecedented run to 21-0, known in wrestling circles as “The Streak.”