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10 Possible Retirement Matches for The Undertaker

Of all of the superstars to ever work for the World Wrestling Federation or World Wrestling Entertainment, none have quite been as much of an icon as the Undertaker. Mark Calaway took what could have

Of all of the superstars to ever work for the World Wrestling Federation or World Wrestling Entertainment, none have quite been as much of an icon as the Undertaker. Mark Calaway took what could have been a throwaway professional wrestling gimmick from the 1980s and transformed it into a character that not only survived but thrived for decades. When the gimmick began to become to a bit stale among viewers, Calaway and the WWF/WWE twice shifted it to mix things up and keep fans entertained, and thus the Undertaker remains a fascinating character who brings fans to his feet whenever he emerges from behind the curtain at a show.

Over the past decade, Undertaker has generated headlines each and every spring because of his famous undefeated at WrestleMania streak. That run came to an end in 2014 when he put Brock Lesnar over in a match that helped begin Lesnar's run as the unbeatable beast, one that saw Lesnar eventually win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. The loss to Lesnar was not the end of Undertaker's storied career, however, as he returned at WrestleMania 31 to take on and defeat Bray Wyatt. No insider or anybody close to 'Taker has suggested that he is considering retirement, so we should expect to see him at least once in a WWE ring in 2015.

The great equalizer catches up with all athletes and all performers, and that even includes the “Deadman.” There has been much speculation that WrestleMania 32 will be the final time that the Undertaker competes inside of a WWE ring as an active wrestler. That event will take place in Arlington, Texas, what some have referred to as the “backyard” of Undertaker (Calaway was born in Houston, Texas), and thus it is logical that he would prefer to hang up the boots once and for all after stepping out onto the stage in his home state one last time.

10 Undertaker vs. Kane

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9 Undertaker vs. CM Punk

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8 Undertaker vs. Kevin Owens

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7 Undertaker vs. Finn Balor

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6 Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns

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5 Undertaker vs. Daniel Bryan

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4 Undertaker vs. The Rock

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3 Undertaker vs. John Cena

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2 Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar

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1 Undertaker vs. Steve Austin

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It is no secret to anybody who follows the industry that “Stone Cold” Steve Austin would have already had a true retirement match inside of a WWE ring if he was able to do so. Austin's body gave up on him long ago, but the whispers have been out there for some time that he could be up for one last match so long as it was not too rough on him. Neither he nor Undertaker would take too many risks in an encounter, both are from the state of Texas, and they have never faced off at a WrestleMania before. Put them in the ring at WrestleMania 32, WWE, and give fans one final goodbye to both.

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