The Undertaker “has one more match in him” according to former WWE referee

The Undertaker had a legendary career in WWE and he has wrestled over 2000 matches in his 30 years in WWE. The Phenom announced his in-ring retirement in 2020, and after the announcement, he hasn’t wrestled any matches in WWE.

Even after his retirement, Undertaker still makes his appearance in WWE and recently a former WWE referee believes that the Phenom’s wrestling career has not ended and still he got one more match in his career.

Former WWE ref envisions The Undertaker returning for one more match

According to former WWE referee Mike Chioda, who worked with the Undertaker for many years, said the phenom will soon return to WWE ring again to compete in a match.

On his “Monday Mailbag” podcast, Chioda said, “Taker looks in great shape. I know he’s had some surgeries done. I think they were successful and the hip replacement and all that and so forth. I think he’s got one more match in him, but please make him go over. Don’t do the match unless you’re going over dead man. I hope he does do one more match. I could see him doing one more match.”

Chioda confirmed that Undertaker has undergone recent surgery and wishes to see him in a WWE match again. Chioda worked for WWE for over 30 years and officiated many iconic matches, such as Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker at WrestleMania 25 and 26, Brock Lesnar vs. The Rock at SummerSlam 2002. He was released by WWE on April 15, 2020, due to budget cuts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Undertaker revealed original plans for his final WWE match

The Boneyard Match is one of the most famous cinematic match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles that took place at WrestleMania 36 Part 1 on April 4, 2020. It was the last match of The Undertaker’s legendary career, as he announced his retirement later that year. On a recent interview Undertaker revealed the original plans for the boneyard match.

On his Six Feet under podcast, Taker said, “Originally, you know my last match was a Boneyard Match, but originally that match was supposed to take place in a wrestling ring and I was really looking forward to that because, again, AJ Styles, I’ve never seen him have a bad match.”

Taker also praised Styles for his talent and said, “Like I said, I was always a fan and I was so excited when he came to the WWE, so just a phenomenal talent.”

The Undertaker
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Undertaker revealed that the match was supposed to happen in the ring, but due to the pandemic situation back in 2020, the match was recorded and telecasted during Wrestlemania 36. Even though the match was filmed and edited with special effects, it was well-received by the wrestling fans, who appreciated its creativity and storytelling.


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