The Undertaker has spent nice words for Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair. The Deadman, also known by his real name of Mark William Calaway, will no longer wrestle within WWE after his official retirement a year ago at Survivor Series 2020.
Despite this, he has always shown enormous respect for all athletes who put the federation on their shoulders to carry it forward over the years, as he did for a long time.
Undertaker praises Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair
In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, Undertaker spent beautiful words for Becky Lynch but also for the Raw Women's Champion Bianca Belair: "Becky is extraordinary.
Being on television every week can't be a good thing often, you can be boring in the long run but she's always evolving. She's making strides on the mic but also in the ring. The women's division is really well placed for the future.
Bianca has only scratched the big star that she will become. She has an incredible personality and she's someone I I'd love to be as successful. Becky, I think, is on another level. Looking at both girls and what they're doing, it's clear they have the potential to be on top for a long time to come." Undertaker, after thirty years, took his place in the WWE Hall of Fame during the WrestleMania 38 weekend.
That same weekend, Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair had played a match for the Raw women's title. The last match of the Undertaker's legendary career took place at WrestleMania 36 and it was a show together with AJ Styles in the Boneyard Match, won by the Deadman.
Within the docu-series The Last Ride, the Gravedigger had confided that he was no longer able to bear the efforts required by professional wrestling and that he did not want to ruin his image, hence the choice of his retirement.
However, he still continues to attend WWE regularly and also appeared backstage at the Survivor Series WarGames 2022, the PPV held last November 27 at the TD Garden in Boston.