The Undertaker sacrificed his body for three decades for the enjoyment of fans, and he became a living legend for a wide variety of reasons. His influence in the pro wrestling industry is unparalleled as well. He had a long and illustrious career, but despite that, it seems The Undertaker has no regrets from his career.
The Deadman was a fixture of WWE television for over thirty years, and he continued to be a highlight of WWE television since the early 90s. He finally retired at Survivor Series 2020 and even got inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame last year.
The Phenom has squared off against the best of the best the professional wrestling, including the likes of Batista, Steve Austin, The Rock, Shawn Michaels and many more throughout the years.
While speaking on Sportsnet’s Tim & Friends podcast this week, The Undertaker was asked if he has any regrets from his career. The Undertaker made it clear that he has no regrets at all.
“No. There’s a lot of things that I did and that happened that I wish were different, but at this point I can’t have any regrets because everything happened for a reason, put me in a position one way or another to adjust and move forward. So, I have to look at things like that, I can’t sit back and wish like, man, I wish I’d have done this or I wish I’d have done that. I wish I had spent more time with my children, right. But there’s no way to really, or at least in my mind, I was convinced that there was no way to have this career and do all these things and be invested as a father. Now, I learned later on that I could and I’ll not get that time back, but I can’t look back and say, wow, I really regret this or I regret that. I always tried to use the mistakes, which I made many of, I always tried to use those as a learning tool and not make the same mistakes twice. And, you know, that’s the way I have to look at things.”
The Undertaker also had an interesting segment with Bray Wyatt last month on Monday NIght RAW. We will have to wait and see what’s next in store for the WWE Hall Of Famer, now that he is retired for good.
h/t Wrestling Headlines
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