The Undertaker Reveals The Biggest Reason He Never Joined UFC

The Undertaker is one of the most well-known WWE Superstars. Although the Deadman has retired from in-ring competition, he is still associated with the WWE. He has made several media appearances for the company.

Recently, the Undertaker appeared on the Shan and RJ Radio Show, where he spoke about the possibility of a career in UFC. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is one of the most popular promotions, and Superstars like Brock Lesnar, Cain Velasquez and CM Punk have been part of it as well.


The Undertaker revealed in his latest interview that he did not join UFC because of his love for WWE and what the company did. Here’s what the Phenom said:

“My love has always been for the WWE and what we do. I just thoroughly enjoy what we do. Occasionally, you want to test the waters and see how you match up with people’s different genres and sports. That was probably the biggest reason why I didn’t (do UFC), and probably Vince would’ve had a coronary.”


Many fans want The Undertaker to wrestle one more match

As mentioned ahead, The Deadman has retired from professional wrestling now, but the WWE Universe hopes to see him one last time in the squared circle. The reason behind it is that The Undertaker fought his last match with no fans in attendance.

His last bout was against The Phenomenal One, AJ Styles, in a Boneyard Match at WrestleMania. The match did not even occur in the squared circle, but it was a cinematic match, where The Deadman prevailed. Fans and critics praised the match, but most fans of the Deadman want to see his last match live in an arena.


With WrestleMania 38 set to happen in Dallas next year, it will be interesting to see if The Phenom returns for one last match.



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