Undertaker: Will WWE legend compete at WrestleMania? HUGE update amid mounting speculation
Undertaker is one of WrestleMania’s biggest attractions thanks to his whopping win-loss record of 24-2 and the amazing matches he has put together in the past.
However, Taker’s status ahead of this year’s Mania has been very uncertain and it is starting to look possible that he may be absent from the Show of Shows, which takes place on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York.
Ringside News shared an important update regarding the WWE legend and claim he “isn’t feeling too good” about being part of the Showcase of the Immortals this year.
The Deadman has suffered a long list of injuries throughout his 29-year career in professional wrestling but it doesn’t seem like he is dealing with any knocks at the moment.
But The Phenom can no longer seem to meet the gruelling demands of the WWE schedule at 53 years of age.
The seven-time world champion performed more than usual in 2018 as he competed at WrestleMania 34, the Greatest Royal Rumble, WWE Super Show-Down and WWE Crown Jewel.
By the time Crown Jewel came around it seemed like a lot had been taken out of the ex-WWE Champion.
The former World Heavyweight Champion admitted it was too much and that he will have to be smarter about his travelling choices this year.
Undertaker said: “It’s a crazy deal.
“I get there [to Saudi Arabia] on Friday.
“I wrestle on Saturday.
“Went right from the stadium to the airport.
“Caught a charter plane to Madrid and then caught a commercial flight from Madrid back to Atlanta, [then] Atlanta back to Austin.
“So again, more time in the air then I was actually in the country.
“That was last year, hopefully I’m a little smarter this year with what I do because those weren’t really fun.”