Mark Callaway, also known as The Undertaker, is considered one of the most important figures in the history of professional wrestling. His career as The Deadman has spanned over three decades and has witnessed numerous historic moments. In a recent interview, The Phenom revealed that during the Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36, he realized that it was time for him to hang up his wrestling boots. The match showcased The Undertaker’s iconic style against AJ Styles in a mesmerizing “Bone Yard” setting. Produced in a cinematic style, the match was divided into multiple parts and the wrestlers involved rehearsed every scene extensively. Taker defeated Styles by burying him and then rode off on his bike, marking his final match in his career. Speaking to Alistair McGeorge of the Underground, the 58-year-old man talked about his retirement decision. He revealed that while filming the Boneyard match, he had an out-of-body experience where he realized he couldn’t go on like he used to. Taker stated that his heart didn’t want to stop, but his long career had taken a toll on his physical health. The Hall of Famer added, “My back was totally locked up, I had pain shooting down my legs. That’s when I knew I was done,” stating that it wasn’t something he said lightly. Taker had to undergo several surgeries in his later years, which also affected his abilities in the ring. Talking about The Last Ride, The Undertaker hinted that he would never want to step into the ring again. He will announce his retirement and hold a retirement ceremony at Survivor Series 2020. The event also marks the 30th anniversary of Survivor Series 1990, where The Undertaker made his WWE debut. The Undertaker reminisced about his iconic match with Mick Foley, which is considered one of the greatest rivalries in both of their careers. The two men recently sat down together to watch their Hell in a Cell match from 25 years ago. Fans believe that their 1998 Hell in a Cell match was one of the best HIAC matches of all time. WWE recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the match as the two men sat down and relived their epic encounter. The match was incredibly intense and violent for its time, and is still remembered by fans to this day. In case you missed it: WATCH: Seth Rollins enjoys British and American cuisine and hilariously compares and ranks them “The truth will set us all free!” – Wrestling Twitter goes wild as WWE 2K23 shares image of Bray Wyatt video game character.