4-Time IPL Champions Mumbai Indians Tribute On Undertaker's Retirement From WWE
For the legend There's nothing left to conquer "There's nothing left for him to accomplish.
In the final episode of docuseries The Last Ride, the WWE legend appeared to call time on his 30-year career, saying he has "no desire" to return to the ring. The WWE community thanked the 55-year-old and shared some of their personal highlights.
Everyone is using their social media to post their thoughts on Undertaker's Last Ride. There is no uncertainty that Undertaker has got immense majority of fans from India.
4-time IPL & 2-time CLT20 champions Mumbai Indians took to their twitter handle to tribute to The Undertaker on his retirement from WWE after 30-year of completion.
Below you can see the full tweet from Mumbai Indians, where you can spot Mumbai Indians Captain Rohit Sharma raising the WWE Costume Title that was presented by WWE when they become the champions in 2017 on their 3rd IPL title.
The Undertake is The longest-tenured wrestler in company history at 30 years. Taker has played 28 WrestleMania matches in which he has only 2 losses. Three-time World Heavyweight Champion and 4-time word champion finally takes his renunciation from the world of wrestling.
On The final episode of Undertaker's The Last Ride, Undertaker said, "If Vince was in a pinch, would I come back? I guess time will only tell there. 'In case of emergency,' you break glass and pull out The Undertaker. I would have to consider that. Never say never, but at this point in my life and my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring."
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