Undertaker Talks About Why He Continues to Wrestle at WrestleMania

Posted by Matt Boone June 13, 2013 1 Comment

- The Undertaker recently did an interview with The Houston Chronicle to promote SpurRaffle.com. Taker was asked why he continues to wrestle despite his injury history. He said:

“Honestly, I love it, that’s why. I’ve got 26 years in the business and all these injuries, but WrestleMania has become so huge, it’s just hard to walk away from it. I want the audience leaving the stadium going ‘Wow!’ It’s a responsibility I have being a top dog in this business. The crowd will let me know when it’s time to leave. They haven’t yet.”

Taker also hinted at feeling a sense of obligation to work WWE’s biggest pay-per-view of the year.

“If I didn’t perform at WrestleMania, in some strange weird way, I’d feel like I was letting Vince McMahon down.”

Undertaker notes that his down time is spent healing up, spending time with family and working on his “horrible golf game.”

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    • Beer Money Jobber

      Taker is WrestleMania! He still has the “wow” factor.
      The image of Taker golfing is like seeing Alice Cooper golf for the first time. You have to take away that strong stage persona.

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