Undertaker: "My physical limitations are obvious, useless to make fun of the fans"

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Undertaker: "My physical limitations are obvious, useless to make fun of the fans"

The Undertaker recently took the microphones of Joseph Staszewski, correspondent for the New York Post, to promote its Final Farewell which will be staged during the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 22. The Deadman reiterated the never say never of WWE president and CEO Vince McMahon, but at the same time confided that he has no desire to return to the ring due to his physical condition.

Taker had long known that his last fight would be the 'Boneyard Match' against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.

"I realized that I had extracted everything that was possible from my body. There is no more water in the sponge, I don't know if I mean it," said Undertaker.

The use of cinematic matches during the pandemic could have lent a hand to the 'Phenom', but it is he himself who appeases the enthusiasm.

"I actually don't really like those matches. Sure they bypass my limits and allow me to tell some intriguing stories, but basically they are trying to mask some of my physical shortcomings at this point in my career," he replied.

A comment on Vince McMahon could not be missing, considered by many to be the main reason that led Taker to resist year after year. "Vince always felt there was a spot on the roster for me, so I had no problem continuing.

Many people on the Internet and on social media have accused him of holding me against my will, but that's not the case. I am a grown man, I could leave whenever I wanted," 30 years in the same company is a crazy record: "Today's kids stay for some time and then they prefer to go to Japan or maybe take a break.

If they had told me that I was going to stay in the same company for 30 years straight, I would not have believed it too much. Business works differently today: as soon as something new arrives, the old tends to be pushed aside."

Is Alexa Bliss about to get married?

Alexa Bliss is one of the main protagonists of the current WWE landscape, which in recent weeks has presented her as a new ally of Bray Wyatt and his The Fiend. But the love life of the former female champion of Raw, SmackDown and as a couple has nothing to do with that of her current ally (in turn happily linked from a sentimental point of view to JoJo Offerman).

Alexa Bliss has been engaged to Ryan Cabrera for a year, and on the occasion of their first anniversary, the latter took the plunge: he asked her to marry her. And the answer was yes. Ryan Cabrera is an American singer and musician, active in the Dallas area since the early 2000s.

More known for some of his participations in film soundtracks and TV series than for real concerts, he has been friends with several nineties for years. WWE and American wrestling in general. In particular, it was The Miz and Maryse who played the role of Cupids.

As the A-Lister recalled when commenting on Alexa Bliss's post, it was he who organized the meeting between the two. Returning, in some way, the favor to Ryan Cabrera who played the first dance right between The Miz and Maryse.

Prior to her romance with the musician and her future husband, Alexa Bliss was romantically linked to Buddy Murphy. Their romance ended in 2018.