“It’s Hard To Be Just A Straight Fan” – The Undertaker Opens Up on His Life After Retirement

“It’s Hard To Be Just A Straight Fan” – The Undertaker Opens Up on His Life After Retirement
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The Undertaker will finally rest in peace this Sunday at Survivor Series. During the ‘Final Farewell’ of the ‘Phenom,’ he is expected to be live, but we don’t know what he will do.

After thirty long years, Undertaker will become Mark Calaway again. However, it will certainly be hard for him to watch the action from a distance. In his recent interview with USA Today, he gave us an insight into how he watches wrestling as a fan.

He revealed that after so many years, it gets hard for him not to get involved, even if it is on the other side of the screen, “A lot of times I catch myself talking to the TV like they can hear me. It’s hard to be just a straight fan because I want everybody to succeed and to develop into their potential.

“So I’m kind of like, “Oh man, don’t do it. It didn’t make sense. Don’t do that. Why would you do that?” You would actually laugh if there were a camera watching me watch wrestling. I have these conversations, and it’s pretty amusing, I’m sure,” Taker concluded.

Undertaker also revealed he regularly watches MMA, Boxing, and College Football. He named ‘Dexter’ and ‘Sons of Anarchy’ as his recent favorite shows.

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The Undertaker reveals what it’s like to be out of character after decades

Undertaker was known for two things throughout his career – for never leaving WWE and not breaking character. While many popular Superstars regularly did interviews to promote the company, Undertaker strictly maintained his grim demeanor.

However, now he is going back to normal as he explains, “It’s been challenging opening up and lifting the veil because for 30 years that was unheard of. You just don’t do it. There are some days I’m thinking, “It’s really cool that I’ve given people a peek on the inside,” and then there are other days where I’m like, “I don’t know if I should have done this or not.”

This Survivor Series will see the last of ‘The Deadman.’ After thirty years, he has decided to step down and give time to his family. However, he might come back to WWE in some other role.